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OTRC: Mark-Paul Gosselaar talks 'grand' wedding plans with Catriona McGinn

Mark-Paul Gosselaar appears in a scene from the TNT show 'Franklin and Bash,' which debuted in June 2011. (TNT)

Mark-Paul Gosselaar is gearing up for his big wedding to Catriona McGinn.

The former "Saved By The Bell" star and "Franklin & Bash" actor recently talked to People magazine about the wedding and said, "Once we find a place where we want to have it, then we'll set a date. But it'll be a grand event. A lot of family."

The 37-year-old actor plans to marry advertising executive Catriona McGinn, although no wedding date has been announced, his spokesperson confirmed to OnTheRedCarpet.com on in August.

Gosselaar told the magazine, "I feel fortunate enough that I found her and we found each other and that we can start a life together."

In June 2010, Gosselaar filed for divorce from Lisa Ann Russell, 39, after almost 14 years of marriage. They have a 7-year-old son named Michael and a daughter Ava, who is 5.

Gosselaar and McGinn stepped out together publicly in December 2010. The two attended a Disney on Ice" event in Los Angeles with the actor's children. In May of this year, Gosselaar's divorce was finalized. He and Russell worked out a private custody and spousal support arrangement.

Gosselaar played smart-aleck teen Zack Morris on the comedy series "Saved By The Bell" between 1989 and 1993.

He went on to star in "Saved by the Bell: The College Years," "Hyperion Bay," and "D.C." He also starred in the 1997 television film "Dying To Belong" with Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank and had recurring roles on shows such as "NYPD Blue," "Commander in Chief," and "Raising the Bar."

Gosselaar returned to television full time as attorney Peter Bash on the TNT legal series "Franklin & Bash." The series also stars Breckin Meyer of "Clueless" and "Road Trip" fame. The show was renewed for a second season in July.

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