Mark Salling Dating 19-Year-Old Disney Star, Denyse Tontz
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Mark Salling Dating 19-Year-Old Disney Star, Denyse Tontz

Love is in the air for the Glee cast!

Days after Naya Rivera (Santana) married actor Ryan Dorsey in a surprise ceremony in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and Lea Michele (Rachel) was spotted packing on the PDA with boyfriend Matthew Paetz in Italy, Mark Salling (Puck) confirmed he’s in a relationship as well. So who is this lucky gal spending some quality time with the Glee hunk these days? Read on to find out!

According to Us Weekly, Mark, 31, is dating 19-year-old Disney star Denyse Tontz. The actor confirmed the happy news to the mag, and while the relationship is still in its early stages an insider insists “they are hitting it off”.

The 12-year age difference may seem a bit jarring (could you imagine being fresh out of high school and in a relationship with a 31-year-old?) but Mark has nothing but nice things to say about his new lady, whom he met through her music producer. “Denyse is talented and beautiful on the inside and out," Mark boasted. "I look forward to getting to know her more and making magic.”

And just what kind of “magic” do these two plan to make?

The insider says Mark and Denyse, who starred in Nickelodeon's Big Time Rush from 2009 to 2013 and also appeared in All My Children, Disney's Dog With a Blog, Workaholics, Dallas, and Melissa & Joey, hope to collaborate on music in the future.

Denyse made her debut on Mark’s relatively new Instagram account earlier this month when the actor posted a photo of the twosome and another pal sitting on the beach. “Musical beach shenanigans with @sincerelydenyse and The Mill,” Mark captioned the July 9 snap. Looking forward to that musical collabo, guys!

Are you surprised that Mark is dating a 19-year-old? Sound off below!

Source: Us Weekly

07.24.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Samantha Leffler
Related: Glee, Celebrity Relationships, News, TV, Mark Salling, Noah 'Puck' Puckerman

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