Actress Amber Tamblyn, 29, was married to actor and comedian David Cross, 48, on Saturday after four years of dating, according to a report by US Weekly.
Cross co-starred in three seasons of “Arrested Development” as the bumbling would-be actor Tobias Fünke, and will reprise that role in a forthcoming season and film adaptation of “Arrested Development.” A fourth season of the cult hit is scheduled to be released on Netflix in 2013, and creator Mitch Hurwitz has recently begun revealing new details about the project.
"We're trying not to do great hits. I'm trying to resist just giving the fans what they know ... Things have gone very badly for them in every way -- sexually, biochemically," Hurwitz said the Bluth family, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. "They've destroyed the environment, the environment has destroyed them ... There are a lot of ostriches. I would describe this season of 'Arrested' as being bird-heavy."
Tamblyn, who is best known for roles in “Joan of Arcadia” and “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” has been quietly dating Cross since 2008. The couple announced their engagement in August of 2011, but did not specify a wedding date. According to the Inquisitr, the two may have been planning to keep the details of their nuptials a secret, but were outed by a fellow guest who uploaded a photo taken during the reception to Instagram.
Filmmaker Lance Bangs shared a tender photo of the newlyweds sharing a first dance together on the social media site, along with the caption, “Yo La Tengo playing Superchunk, Mission of Burma, and Pixies covers at David and Amber's wedding.”
The wedding is the first for both Tamblyn and Cross. Tamblyn is the third of her “Sisterhood” co-stars to tie the knot. Friend and former co-star Blake Lively recently flew out Tamblyn, along with America Ferrera and Alexis Bledel, to Boone Hall Plantation & Garden in South Carolina, to celebrate her wedding to Ryan Reynolds. America Ferrera married actor and director Ryan Piers Williams in 2011.
Tamblyn will next star in the Quentin Tarantino action movie “Django Unchained,” opposite Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Samuel L. Jackson. The film’s release date is Dec. 25.