This is certainly a "happy" day! Proving that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West aren't the only ones that can get hitched this weekend, Happy Endings star Casey Wilson and writer/producer David Caspe got married in a wedding ceremony in Calif.
Us Weekly reports that Casey, 33, and David, 35, tied the knot on May 25 at the Ojai Valley Inn in Ojai, Calif., in front of 170 guests. The couple got engaged last year after managing to keep their relationship a secret for years. The two both worked on Happy Endings, as David created the show.
"David and I couldn't have been more excited to celebrate our special day with all of our closest friends and family," Casey says. "Oprah, sadly, was a no show. (Probably because we've never met. Maybe next time?)."
Coincidentally, Casey is about to star in an NBC sitcom that David created called Marry Me. Ken Marino also stars, and the show premieres on Tuesdays this fall. Casey got her start in showbiz as a cast member on Saturday Night Live and now stars on Hulu series The Hotwives of Orlando. She co-wrote the Anne Hathaway comedy Bride Wars, in which Casey also appeared. David wrote the 2012 Adam Sandler film That's My Boy.
We wish all the best to the "happy" couple!
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Source: Us Weekly