Jasmine Guy has landed in a different world.
The former sitcom star has filed for divorce from her husband of nearly 10 years, Terrence Duckett, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.
According to court documents filed Thursday, Guy, 46, is asking for spousal support and primary physical and legal custody of their 9-year-old daughter, Imani Guy Duckett. (View the petition.)
Guy also included a list of assets that she wants confirmed as her separate property, including several bank accounts, her production companies, the copyright of a book she penned and myriad household and personal items, such as furniture, jewelry (including her wedding ring), paintings and a leased Lexus SUV.
The estranged couple, whose separation date is noted as April 8, tied the knot Aug. 22, 1998.
In a statement released Monday, Guy's publicist, Paul Gendrau, requested that inquiring minds respect the actress' privacy.
"Jasmine would like to say that there is no villain in this scenario and that she is ending her marriage due to irreconcilable differences," he said. "Jasmine would also like to thank everyone who wishes her and her family well, and asks that the press and the public allow her and her husband their privacy to work through what is a very difficult time."
In addition to starring in the Cosby Show spinoff A Different World for six years, Guy, a former member of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, appeared on the big screen in the film Harlem Nights and has starred in Broadway productions of Chicago, The Wiz and Grease.
Her most recent major role came in the acerbic Showtime dramedy Dead Like Me, in which she played a reaper who moonlighted as a meter maid.