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From father of the bride to groom, actor Steve Martin married for the second time in front of 75 guests who thought they had been invited to his home for a party, media reports said on Sunday.
The comic turned actor, who played George Banks in the 1991 movie “Father of the Bride,” married writer Anne Stringfield on Saturday with Hollywood heavyweights including Tom Hanks and Diane Keaton in attendance, according to People magazine’s Web site.
Former Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey presided over the ceremony and the best man was Lorne Michaels, the creator of “Saturday Night Live,” a popular U.S. television comedy show that Martin has guest hosted more than anyone else.
Martin, 61, sported a mustache that he has let grow for his role as Inspector Clouseau in an upcoming sequel to the 2006 movie “The Pink Panther.”
It is the first marriage for the 35-year-old Stringfield, a former staffer at The New Yorker magazine, and the second for Martin, who divorced British actress Victoria Tennant in 1994.
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