Los Angeles, September 21: “Yes Man” actress Zooey Deschanel has reportedly tied the knot with her rocker beau, Ben Gibbard near Seattle, People has reported.
Gibbard, the 33-year-old ‘Death Cab for Cutie’ frontman, and 29-year-old actress were engaged over the holidays last December after almost a year of dating.
Deschanel got hitched.
American actress and ‘She & Him’ singer Deschanel swapped vows with Gibbard outside Seattle, Washington on Saturday, People reports.
The couple got engaged last year when Gibbard popped the question with a three-carat diamond and platinum Neil Lane ring, a source told the magazine at the time.
According to MSNBC, Gibbard's bandmate Chris Walla has tweeted on Saturday: “Wedding day!! So excited.” However, he didn’t identify Gibbard and Deschanel as the wedding pair.
Deschanel (born Jan. 17, 1980) is the daughter of cinematographer Caleb Deschanel and actress Mary Jo Deschanel. Deschanel made her film debut in 1999's Mumford and kicked off her own musical career last year as part of the duo She & Him.
The bright-eyed brunette is known for her lead roles in films, including “All the Real Girls” (2003), “Elf” (2003), “Winter Passing” (2005), “The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy” (2005), “Failure to Launch” (2006), “Tin Man” (2007), “The Happening” (2008), “Yes Man” (2008), and “500 Days of Summer” (2009). She is also known for her memorable, deadpan supporting roles in films such as “Almost Famous” (2000) and “The New Guy” (2002).
Deschanel is currently starring in “500 Days of Summer”, in which she plays a woman who believes true love doesn't exist.
Benjamin 'Logan' Gibbard (Born Aug. 11, 1976) is an American musician known as a member of several successful indie bands. He is the lead singer of Death Cab for Cutie and The Postal Service.
Gibbard is also making his way into Hollywood- he reportedly will have a small role in a John Krasinski film entitled “Brief Interviews with Hideous Men,” due in theaters on Friday.
Death Cab’s latest single “Meet Me on the Equinox” will be featured on the “New Moon” soundtrack.