10 On-Screen Costars Who Married in Real Life

There is much debate about whether coworkers should or should not date, but marriage is another story. Here are ten celeb costars who not only dated, but eventually (or in some cases, quickly) tied the knot. When did they do this and are they still together? Does marrying your costar work out in real life? Let’s take a look:

1. Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann

Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann, whose full name is Karl Peter Frederic Albert Hermann, were married in August, 2004. Their first date included Peter taking Mariska to church. On their show, ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ Peter plays a lawyer, and Mariska is a police officer, and they aren’t romantically involved with each other.

Mariska Hargitay Peter Hermann
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  • Matt

    Also, Mark Duplass and Katie Aselton starred together in a movie in 2005, so they didn’t meet “on the set of The League.” Its really not that hard to hit Google for a quick search before you write anything.

  • Uschi Zobel

    Genevieve Cortese (the demon Ruby) and Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester) in Supernatural, married and parents of a little boy, expecting their 2nd child…

  • Sam

    Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly, starred together in The Beautiful Mind.

  • Louis

    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got together after Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

  • KW

    This might also be quite a Brit-centric suggestion to add, but James McAvoy & Anne-Marie Duff met on the set of the original British “Shameless” and have been married for a good few years now, still happily :)

  • annoyedReader

    Hey Fame10, our mobile devices aren’t TVs so please stop trying to program for them with old school ideas. Those ads that pop up at the bottom of the screen? We hate them. Sure we notice them but it makes us more angry that we have to click to dismise them. Those full screen takeovers from Starbucks! Useless! You do know on mobile devices rheres no dismiss/close link right? Which means we have to reload the page or leave to escape the ad — just to continue reading.