Heroes actress Ali Larter and Worst Week actor Hayes MacArthur finally tied the knot Saturday in Kennebunkport, Maine. The couple exchanged vows at an intimate gathering of family and friends in an outdoor ceremony. Irish music reportedly played before the ceremony in honor of MacArthur's Irish heritage while Larter's father walked her down the aisle, according to Us Weekly. Among the guests was Larter's close friend and Varsity Blues co-star Amy Smart.
Larter and MacArthur, who have been together for more than five years, met when they co-starred in National Lampoon's Homo Erectus. The couple announced their engagement in December 2007.
While it was a lengthy engagement for the couple, taking it slow was not Larter's choice.
"I told my boyfriend after three weeks that I wanted to marry him and that we could do it tomorrow," Larter said last year.
"Since I was 15 years old, all I wanted was to find the guy I was going to marry," the Heroes actress said said in the February 2009 issue of Cosmopolitan. "[Hayes] showed me the way, and all was right. This is how it's supposed to be... I'm a hopeless romantic."
Later, who has played Jessica/Niki Sanders and Tracy Strauss on Heroes, will be returning to the NBC science fiction series when it premieres its fourth season on Monday, September 21. She is also in talks of joining the movie Resident Evil: Afterlife, which is reportedly set to begin shooting this fall in Toronto.
On the other hand, MacArthur, who is credited for his guest stint on How I Met Your Mother, Pushing Daisies and Entourage, can next be seen in the comedy feature This Might Hurt and the romantic comedy film She's Out of My League, hitting theaters on March 12, 2010.