'Vegas' Star Cox Marries Comedian Mohr
Couple tied the knot at the end of 2006
The couple tied the knot at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles on Friday, Dec. 29, reports People.
Cox, 28, plays special events director Mary Connell on "Las Vegas," on the set of which she met Mohr. In the show's second season, he guest starred as Martin Levson, a man who claims he was left at the altar and elicits Mary's sympathy, but actually is hiding an ulterior motive.
Mohr, 36, was married once before to model Nicole Chamberlain and has a son, Jackson, with her. Cox was previously engaged to funnyman Bobcat Goldthwait, who played the voice of the stuffed animal rabbit Mr. Floppy on her WB sitcom "Unhappily Ever After."
Besides "Vegas" and "Unhappily," Cox was a regular on "General Hospital" and appeared on a number of other shows including "Night Court," "Murphy Brown," "The Steve Harvey Show" and "Norm."
Mohr is a "Saturday Night Live" alum who starred in the critically acclaimed but short-lived sitcom "Action" (releasing on DVD Tuesday, Feb. 21) and hosted the reality show "Last Comic Standing." His film credits include "Jerry Maguire," "Go," "Pay It Forward," "Seeing Other People" and "The Groomsmen."