The couple, both 48, exchanged golden bands that were designed by famous L.A. jeweler, Neil Lane, according to E! Online.
Edelstein is best known for playing Dr. Lisa Cuddy for seven seasons in hit medical drama, House. After leaving the show in 2011, she went on to guest star in series such as Castle, Scandal, and The Good Wife. The actress’ latest gig includes starring in Bravo’s first scripted series, Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce, which will debut on the network in 2015.
When asked about her role in the Fox TV Drama -- Edelstein said it was an experience to remember according to a report by Screen Rant.
“We know each other really quite well now. We’ve been working together for over seven years, which in our line of work is like dog years – it’s like 49 years,“ she previously told ScreenRant.com. “I really feel like our friendship as people – as we got to know each other better – this kind of intimacy between the characters was an easier thing to do than if it started with day one and just kind of jumped in and pretended to know each other. It’s been great.”
Edelstein left the show in 2011 after starring in over 153 episodes side by side Hugh Laurie's character on screen. She posted a reply saying that it was time to move on to other projects, but wouldn't forget her fame and role on the show.
“After much consideration, I am moving onward with a combination of disappointment at leaving behind a character I have loved playing for seven years and excitement of the new opportunities in acting and producing that lie ahead.”
Meet The Fockers alumna Alanna Ubach has joined the cast of Bravo's first original scripted series Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce and Matthew Glave (Growing Up Fisher) and Virginia Williams (Fairly Legal) have been tapped for recurring roles. It centers on Abby (Lisa Edelstein), a self-help book author who hides the fact that she's separated from her husband as she starts to navigate her life as a single woman in her early 40s in Los Angeles. Ubach will play Jo, a blunt… ... Source: DeadlineFull article at: DeadlineAug 13 2014, 7:54pm CDT
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