It was 15 years before “The Big Bang Theory” actor Jim Parsons and his now-husband Todd Spiewak got together. According to Parsons, he didn’t think much of the wedding thing but decided to go ahead with it to “legalize this thing.” The two wed in May 2017 in New York City’s Rainbow Room. Before the wedding, Parsons never felt the need to get married, as he was fine staying as they were.
He likened the experience of being together with Spiewak as ‘close to being with God.’ Since their marriage, Parsons has continued to act in television and film, including his role as Michael in the film “The Boys in the Band.”
Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser
The Gilmore Girls and Handmaid’s Tale star met fellow actor and husband Vincent Kartheiser when she played his mistress in the ’50s set drama Mad Men. The stars started dating when they wrapped filming, got married in 2014, and welcomed their son into the world the following year.
Since the "Mad Man" days, Bledel has continued to act in television and film, including her role as Emily Malek in the Hulu series "The Handmaid's Tale." Kartheiser has also continued to act in both television and film, including his role as the character Eddie in the Amazon Prime Video series "Das Boot."
Amy Schumer and Chris Fischer
Ever dated someone who can't cook? Well, this wasn’t the case for Amy Schumer and her hubby! Chris Fischer is a chef! If we heard that, we’d be getting down on one knee, too! Delicious. Anyway, the farmer who hails from the gorgeously scenic Martha’s Vineyard married the comedian and actress in 2018.
How did they meet? Fischer cooked his way to her heart when she was at his family’s farm visiting the area. The two lead a relatively modest and private life, making it sometimes impossible to recognize them walking down the road. Schumer has continued to work in comedy and acting since her marriage, with notable projects including her comedy special "Growing" and her role in the film "I Feel Pretty."
Matt Bomer & Simon Halls
Everyone has heard of secret weddings. But not many may know that secret marriages actually exist. That is exactly what happened to Matt Bomer and Simon Halls. The two were secretly married for three whole years. Not many people knew of their marriage, and their wedding was attended only by both parties’ close family members and friends.
Bomer has continued to act in television and film since his marriage, with notable projects including his role as Larry Trainor, Negative Man, in the television series "Doom Patrol." Halls has continued to work as a publicist and has represented a number of high-profile clients throughout his career.
Jennifer Lawrence & Cooke Maroney
Lawrence managed to bag gallery director Cooke Maroney after only a few months of dating. The silver screen star started dating the director of New York's Gladstone Gallery back in June of 2018, and it wasn't long before Cooke popped the question.
They kept their relationship relatively quiet and private. The two got married in 2019 in a comparatively intimate wedding (a mere 150 guests) and are still together. In fact, the relationship has become so important to Lawrence that she's decided to take a step back from acting in order to help it stay strong.