Emmy Rossum & Adam Duritz: The Dreadlocked Casanova Of Hollywood Strikes Again!

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    NEW YORK - AUGUST 25: Musician Michael Franti and Adam Duritz of The Counting Crows performs with The Saturday Night Rebel Rockers Traveling Circus and Medicine Show at Hammerstein Ballroom on August 25, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

    What do Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox Arquette, Mary-Louise Parker and now Emmy Rossum all have in common? An affinity for Hollywood's dreadlocked heartbreaker, Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz.

    Rossum, the star of "The Phantom of The Opera," made headlines earlier this week with her divorce from music executive Justin Siegel, and the 23-year-old appears to be back to making more sweet music with 45-year-old "Mr. Jones" singer.

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    According to People, Adam and Emmy have been spotted dining together in both LA And NYC. While at NYC's Dos Caminos, the duo was reportedly "extremely affectionate with each other," a source claimed. "They were sitting side by side, and kissing throughout dinner."

    But is Emmy just another notch on Adam's actress bedpost?

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    Adam has been previsouly linked to "Weeds" star Mary-Louise Parker in the '90s, and they reportedly remain good friends. They attended the 2008 Tony Awards together.

    Adam also cast his spell over two "Friends" star – and no, it's not Lisa Kudrow.

    He first dated Courteney Cox Arquette after she appeared in the video for 1997's "A Long December." (See Adam and Courteney, HERE!)

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    Adam then dated Jennifer Aniston, but the actor has claimed in multiple interviews that their relationship was not serious, People reported.

    The rocker explained to the mag that life as a musician has been rough on all of his romances.

    "[My love life] is a disaster. The road really screwed up a couple of things," he told People in January 2005 when asked about keeping his relationships alive while still pursuing his rock star dreams. "I really don't know. I haven't figured [love] all out yet."

    But has he figured out his thing for ladies of the big (and small) screen?

    [They] have a similar kind of lifestyle," he told British music magazine Q in June 1999, explaining that he "never got to date the cheerleaders" in high school. "Also they're often independent, driven and, very, very attractive. Being with certain people, even if it brings all this unwanted attention is… just worth all the weirdness in the world."

    With Mary-Louise Parker's recent Emmy win, Courteney's successful return to scripted TV and Jennifer's huge big screen success all occurring after they dated the rocker – AccessHollywood.com couldn't help but wonder if Adam is the good luck charm to Hollywood's leading ladies. Is there award show fame in the future for Emmy?

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