David Cross and Amber Tamblyn have reportedly tied the knot.
The 29-year-old actress and the 48-year-old actor wed in a ceremony on Saturday, October 6, a spokesperson for the actress confirmed to People magazine.
Lance Bang, a director, shared a photo on Instagram of the couple dancing at their wedding with Yo La Tengo playing in the background.
The couple announced their engagement in August 2011. It is the first marriage for both actors.
Tamblyn rose to fame on the CBS series "Joan of Arcadia." She has also appeared in films like "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants," "The Grudge 2," "Main Street" and "127 Hours."
The actress recently appeared on FOX's medical drama "House" as Martha M. Masters and has a role in the upcoming Quentin Tarantino movie "Django Unchained." Tamblyn's father is "West Side Story" actor Russ Tamblyn, who played the leader of the Jets gang in the movie musical.
Cross is a stand-up comedian who is perhaps best known for his work on HBO's sketch comedy series, "Mr. Show" and for his role as Tobias Fünke in FOX's "Arrested Development." Cross also had a role on the IFC original comedy series, "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret."
He is set to reprise his role as Tobias Fünke in the "Arrested Development" movie. A fourth season of the series will appear on Netflix in spring 2013.