Long before Will Kopelman entered the picture, Drew Barrymore had quite a star-studded little black book.
The Charlie's Angels actress, who turns 37 Wednesday, was linked to Corey Feldman and Balthazar Getty during her formative years. When Barrymore was just 17, she became engaged to musician/actor Jamie Walters; their relationship lasted from 1992-1993.
"Don't take love and your relationship so goddamned heavy all the time," Barrymore once told Harper's Bazaar of her approach to romance. "Laugh, laugh, laugh!"
On March 20, 1994, Barrymore shocked fans when she wed British bar owner Jeremy Thomas. After less than two months of matrimony, Barrymore filed for divorce.
Barrymore walked down the aisle a second time in 2001 with MTV comedian Tom Green; he filed for divorce five months later. "Drew is a wonderful woman. I love her very much," Green said at the time. "I wish our marriage could have worked out. I wish her much happiness."
The Whip It director rebounded with Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti, whom she dated until 2007. Her next high-profile romance was with on-and-off beau Justin Long, her costar in He's Just Not That Into You and Going the Distance.
Barrymore began dating Kopelman, an art consultant and son of a former Chanel CEO, in early 2011. The two became engaged over the holidays but put wedding plans on hold while Barrymore promoted her latest project, Big Miracle.
"I just feel really lucky and really happy and really calm," Barrymore told Ellen DeGeneres of life with Kopelman. "It's a really wonderful feeling."