The "Eve" actress wed director Alejandro Monteverde in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico on Saturday, April 8, reports People.
Landry, 32, wore a strapless, ivory Monique Lhuillier wedding gown of organza, tulle and chiffon. It's a fairy tale ending for the former Miss USA whose first marriage didn't end happily.
The Doritos Girl first walked down the aisle with "Saved by the Bell" star Mario Lopez in 2004, but filed for divorce (some sources report she sought an annulment) after a brief seven weeks. Rumor had it at the time that she was presented evidence that Lopez had cheated on her at his bachelor party in Acapulco.
She reportedly met Monteverde in Bible study last year and got engaged over Memorial Day weekend. The couple is also collaborating career-wise. Landry has a role in "Bella," a film Monteverde wrote, produced and directed.
Landry began working as a model and doing bit TV parts after winning the Miss USA crown in 1996. It wasn't until 1998, when she appeared in a Doritos ad where she chomped on the chips in a laundromat that her career really took off. She currently stars on UPN's "Eve" as Rita Lefleur.