Cameron Crowe, Nancy Wilson Divorcing

Oscar-winning screenwriter and director Cameron Crowe and Heart singer-guitarist Nancy Wilson are calling it quits after 24 years of marriage.

Wilson, 56, has filed for divorce from Crowe, citing irreconcilable differences as reason. In a divorce petition filed on Thursday with the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Wilson said that she and Crowe have been separated for more than two years now. Wilson is seeking a joint physical and legal custody of her and Crowe’s twin sons, who are now ten years old. Wilson is reportedly also asking spousal support from Crowe, who won an Oscar for writing the screenplay for the 2000 film “Almost Famous.”

Crowe and Wilson first met in 1982 and they married on July 27, 1986. Their twin boys were born almost 14 years later on January 23, 2000.

Crowe is known for writing the screenplay for “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” and for directing, writing, and producing such films as “Singles,” “Jerry Maguire,” “Almost Famous,” “Vanilla Sky,” and “Elizabethtown.” Wilson, on the other hand, is recognized for her work with sister Ann in Heart, which has prdouced hit songs like “These Dreams,” “Will You Be There (In the Morning), and “All I Wanna Do is Make Love to You,” among others.