The host of AMC’s “Talking Dead” is sinking his teeth into a new marriage.
Chris Hardwick married actress Lydia Hearst in Pasadena, California on Saturday, People magazine reports.
The comedian, 44, and his 31-year-old new bride exchanged vows in front of roughly 450 friends and loved ones.
“I could never have envisioned a more perfect wedding day,” Hearst told People shortly before they officially tied the knot. “It’s better and more magical than I could have ever dreamed of.”
Guests at the reception were treated to a four-course meal, and a slew of different flowers including crisp red roses and beautiful blue hydrangeas added to the décor at the ceremony.
Hardwick boasts a considerable following as the host of “Talking Dead,” which serves as a discussion program for the network’s acclaimed “The Walking Dead” zombie series.
Hearst paid homage to her husband’s profession on Saturday by sharing a photo that showed the newlyweds turning into cartoon zombies on her Instagram page.
Hardwick is the host of “Talking Dead.”
“My love for you will never die @hardwick,” she cleverly captioned the image.
Hearst, whose great-grandfather was publishing giant William Randolph Hearst, told People she’s ready to be “blissfully happy” with her new husband by her side.
“Chris is the most important person and vital component to me,” she told the magazine. “This is a celebration of our love and an incredible moment to share with our family and friends.”