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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: 'Courteney Cox Is Handling Her Break-Up Gracefully,' Says Costar Ryan Devlin

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Nov. 8 2010, Published 8:30 a.m. ET

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In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, Ryan Devlin, who costars on the hit show Cougar Town, says "Courteney Cox is handling her break-up gracefully."

As RadarOnline.com confirmed in October, Cox and husband David Arquette called it quits after 11-years of marriage.

"Obviously in this business when you have to go through personal things like this, it's the toughest thing," Devlin tells us. "Courteney is amazing woman and very talented. She will get through this in no time."

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Since the couple split, Cox has been relatively low-key.

"When you have to go through something like that in public there are a couple of different ways to handle it," Devlin tells RadarOnline.com when we caught up with him at the 2010 Freedom Awards.

"And she's handled it, I think, with such grace, courage and strength. Honestly, I wish her the best. She's such a great person."

Meanwhile, Arquette's been living it up.

As RadarOnline.com reported, Arquette is currently staying at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and enjoying all the action around the pool with its very popular bar.

"David and a group of female friends rented a cabana at the Roosevelt pool," an eyewitness tells RadarOnline.com exclusively. "He started to hop from pool chair to pool chair while playing air guitar to 'Sweet Child of Mine.' One jump too many and David jumped on the next chair which was where I was sitting. He landed right on me and then fell into the pool!

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