Danny Masterson of "That '70s Show" and his longtime girlfriend Bijou Phillips, who is also an actress, recently married in Ireland.
The two have been dating for eight years and met at a celebrity poker tournament in Las Vegas. Masterson, 35, proposed to the 31-year-old actress in 2009.
The two married on Tuesday before a small group of family and friends and had a formal wedding at a private castle in the Irish countryside in a "nod to Masterson's Irish heritage," People magazine said.
The actor's spokesperson confirmed the report to OnTheRedCarpet.com, which also said Masterson's brother, Chris, served as his best man and that actor Ben Foster, "Crash" and "Lincoln Lawyer" star Mike Pena and Ethan Suplee of "My Name is Earl" were among the wedding guests.
Bijou Phillips is the youngest child of John Phillips of the group The Mamas & the Papas. She is also the half-sister of actresses Mackenzie and Chynna Phillips, the latter of whom is a member of the group Wilson Phillips who recently competed on the ABC show "Dancing With The Stars."
Masterson is best known for his role as cynical teen Steven Hyde on "That '70s Show," a hit comedy series that also starred Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis and ran between 1998 and 2006. He and Bijou Phillips have appeared together in the films "Spin," "Wake," "Made For Each Other" and "The Bridge To Nowhere," the latter of which featured the actress as a prostitute and Masterson as her pimp and love interest.
Bijou Phillips told Paper Mag in 2009 that she and Masterson are "totally yin and yang," citing her vegan diet and his love for meat. The two do, however, share a common religion and the magazine describes the pair a as "devout Scientologists."