As I flipped through the Hollywood news today, I noticed that Jude Law's ex-wife, Sadie Frost, was spotted hanging out with 23-year-old musician Kristian Marr and clearly far past her rocky divorce with the deliciously dangerous Law. Even though this doesn't mean Frost and Marr are officially an item, as I looked at the picture of the 41-year-old brunette looking happy and glowing, I started thinking about couples who seem to find their comfort zone with people outside their age bracket.

Halle Berry, 40, has held her relationship with model Gabriel Aubry, 30, steady for some time now.

Harrison Ford, 64, and Calista Flockhart, 42, seem to stay under the radar but continue to make a life together.

Demi Moore, 44, and Ashton Kutcher, 29; Eva Longoria, 32, and Tony Parker, 24; Katherine McPhee, 23, and Nick Cokas, 41; Michael Douglas, 62, and Catherine Zeta-Jones, 37; and Billy Joel, 57, and Katie Lee, 26, are a few others that come to mind.

OK, so Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake didn't quite prove me right, and I'm still not convinced by the whole TomKat whirlwind of "happiness," but most of these Hollywood couples don't mind the gap.

Of course, this isn't a new trend. Stars like Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, and Rod Stewart and Rachel Hunter didn't seem to care about age, either. Some of those unions lasted and others didn't, but it seems to be a popular dating choice these days. Honestly, I wouldn't suggest nanny-smooching Law hang out with Lindsay Lohan, or Mary-Kate and Ashley go hunting for hubbies that could have graduated with John Stamos (he's still Uncle Jesse to me), but I applaud the lovers who are proving rumors wrong and showing that there is a chance for Hollywood hearts out there, no matter the age.

Any couples spread in age who have surprised you?