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Fun fact: Aaron met his wife at Coachella and they've been married since 2013. A fruitful music-festival encounter, if ever there was one.
The comedian and his philanthropist (and author) wife have been married since 1999. Guess the couple who writes a cookbook together, stays together.
The Wedding Crashers star met his match at a...wedding (how ironic). Vaughn’s movie producer friend introduced the two at the affair in May of 2009 and they’ve been inseparable ever since.
Host of Late Night, Meyers wed Ashe, a lawyer and human-rights activist, on Martha’s Vineyard in 2013. But she's adjusted to fame well--Brad Paisley sang for their first wedding dance.
Three years after getting engaged at a rally to support same-sex marriage, Cynthia Nixon married Christine Marinoni. The New York education activist hasn't let her famous wife get in the way of her noble career. In fact, she just landed a job with Mayor de Blasio's administration.
The Tonight Show host (and coincidentally our dream husband) married Juvonen in 2007. Ever wondered why Fallon and Drew Barrymore are such good friends? Juvonen is Barrymore's film-producing partner. They met on the set of Fever Pitch and now have two daughters (with totally normal names): Franny and Winnie.
Mega-funny lady Fey dated Richmond for seven years before she married him in 2001. Richmond is a composer, producer and director (who is responsible for a handful of 30 Rock episodes, not to mention its theme song).
The Oscar-winning actress has been married to her cinematographer husband for 13 years. They met while working on The Mexican and now live on a ranch in Arizona.
Damon stumbled upon Barroso, a bartender, when he was filming Stuck on You in Miami. (Fun fact: One of PureWow's very own writers witnessed this meet-cute in action.) The couple has been married since 2005.
Shocker: Johansson attracts gorgeous French journalist. Gorgeous couple weds. Gorgeous daughter is born.
Of all the plebeian spouses, Joseph Gordon-Levitt's may have the coolest job: CEO of a robotics company.
The Good Wife met Lieberthal at a dinner party she almost didn’t attend. When she found out he was not an actor but a Dartmouth-educated lawyer, she was sold. They married in 2007.
A study in opposite-personalities attract, the self-proclaimed anxious actress has been married to the "calming" Phillips, a real-estate investor and software developer, since 2004.
It must run in the Modern Family. Ferguson married his longtime love, a lawyer, in 2013. They asked guests to donate to their marriage-equality charity, Tie the Knot, in lieu of gifts.
Bale and Blazic--a makeup artist and cameo stunt-driver--met through mutual friend Winona Ryder. The result: They’ve been married for 15 years.
Graham, the CEO of an educational-marketing firm, has stood by the talk-show host and billionaire's side since 1986. At this point, they might as well be married.
Too cool for anyone in Hollywood, Streep wed Kentucky-born, accomplished sculptor Don Gummer. They’ve been married since 1978 and have four grown children together, including Mamie, who stars opposite Streep in Ricki and the Flash.
Not all celebrities found their spouses on, say, the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. (We’re lookin’ at you Brad and Angelina.) Some of them just so happen to meet at places like a bar or a dinner party or Cochella.
Here, 17 famous folks who got married to surprisingly normal people. (Or as we like to call it: proof that there's hope for us all.)
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