Claire Danes gets married

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The couple met while filming the movie "Evening" in 2007 and confirmed their engagement in February.

In April, Danes' friend Mamie Gummer, who appeared with the pair in "Evening," said the bride-to-be was very "calm" about her upcoming nuptials.

Gummer also said that the couple's courtship was equally low-key. "I was there when it was happening and it's something that I will never forget," Gummer said at the Chanel and Tribeca Film Festival Artists' Dinner at the time. "I'm incredibly happy for them. They are perfect for each other."

Danes is best known for her work on TV's "My So-Called Life" and in the movies "William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet," "The Hours" and "The Family Stone."

Dancy has appeared on the big screen in "The Jane Austen Book Club," "Blood and Chocolate," "Savage Grace" and "Confessions of a Shopaholic."

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