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'Happy Endings' Alum Casey Wilson Marries Creator David Caspe

The newlyweds are also collaborating on NBC's new sitcom "Marry Me."

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Casey Wilson and David Caspe

Happy Endings alum Casey Wilson has married the show's creator, David Caspe, Wilson's rep confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

The two tied the knot Sunday at the Ojai Valley Inn in Ojai, Calif.

Wilson and Caspe are also collaborating on NBC's new sitcom Marry Me. Wilson stars opposite Ken Marino in the series about a longtime couple who get engaged only to realize it's harder than it looks. Caspe is writing and executive producing the series.

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When asked how much of his relationship with Wilson would be reflected in the show, Caspe previously told THR, "It's definitely an inspired bunch of events, but we didn't have a big disastrous proposal situation. I'm sure as we get to write this show going forward, we'll definitely put in a lot of the sort of hiccups that we've experienced."

Wilson, who was part of the cast of Saturday Night Live from 2008-2009, is also set to appear in the upcoming films Gone Girl and Me Him Her.

Caspe wrote Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg's 2012 film That's My Boy.

Caspe and Wilson met when she was auditioning for the role of Penny on Happy Endings, according the New York Times, which previously reported on the pair's plans to wed.

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The two became friends and quickly developed feelings for each other but didn't start dating until July 2011.

“I liked him the whole time because he is the most kind, genuine and funny person I have ever met,” Wilson told The Times. “But David felt it was not a good idea to get involved with the actresses."

“I was the boss,” Caspe told The Times. “I didn’t want to screw everything up."

Marry Me is set to air on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. in the fall.