While everyone was making a big to-do about the TomKat nuptials, actor Keith Carradine had a quieter wedding in Italy on the same day.
The "Deadwood" actor and his longtime girlfriend, actress Hayley DuMond, got married in Torino on Saturday, Nov. 18, reports People.
It was a "quiet elopement, not a big, formal church wedding" officiated by the city's mayor, Sergio Chiamarino.
Carradine, 57, and DuMond, 32, met when they both appeared in the 1999 film, "The Hunter's Moon," also starring Burt Reynolds. Carradine was previously married to (and divorced from) Sandra Will, with whom he has two grown children, Cade and Sorel. He's also the father of actress Martha Plimpton, his daughter with his "Hair" castmate Shelly Plimpton.
DuMond has guest starred on various TV shows including "Sliders," "JAG," "Strong Medicine," "Charmed" and "Malcolm in the Middle." She recently finished shooting the film "All In."
Carradine portrayed legendary lawman/gunfighter Wild Bill Hickok on HBO's western drama "Deadwood" and hosted The History Channel's "Wild West Tech" with half-brother David Carradine. Keith Carradine won an Oscar for his song "I'm Easy" in Robert Altman's film "Nashville."
His other credits include "McCabe & Mrs. Miller," "Thieves Like Us," "Pretty Baby," "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle," "Wild Bill," "2 Days in the Valley" and "A Thousand Acres."Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times