Drescher, 56, and Ayyadurai, 49, were "very affectionate," an insider revealed to Us Weekly.
At one point, the former star grabbed his hand and pulled him in close. "They [were] all smiles and [seemed] very into each other and very much in love." Ayyadurai developed a full-scale emulation of a mail system he called "EMAIL" as a high school student in 1978 and copyrighted it in 1982.
In 2005, she returned with the sitcom Living With Fran, in which she played Fran Reeves, a middle-aged mother of two, living with Riley Martin (Ryan Mc Partlin), a man half her age and not much older than her son.
Gizmodo writes: Shiva Ayyadurai didn't invent email—he created "EMAIL," an electronic mail system implemented at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in Newark, New Jersey.
It's doubtful he realized it as a little teen, but laying claim to the name of a product that's the generic term for a universal technology gives you acres of weasel room.
( published an article in March 2012 questioning the accuracy of these claims.) PHOTOS: Hollywood divorces Drescher revealed that she loves to cook with the Indian-American scientist and they are currently throwing around ideas for a couple-themed Halloween costume.
"I don't think we've decided yet but we know what we're doing.
She also took on a rare dramatic role in the 1981 Miloš Forman film, Ragtime.
During the 1980s, Drescher found moderate success as a character actress with memorable roles in films such as Gorp (1980), The Hollywood Knights (1980), Doctor Detroit (1983), The Big Picture (1989), UHF (1989), Cadillac Man (1990), and memorably in This Is Spinal Tap (1984) as publicist Bobbi Fleckman.
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In the 2000s, Drescher made a return to television both with leading and guest roles.
In 2003, Drescher appeared in episodes of the short lived sitcom, Good Morning, Miami as Roberta Diaz.
Drescher graduated from Hillcrest High School in 1975; one of her classmates was comedian Ray Romano.