Actress Erika Christensen and cycling racer Cole Maness were married on Saturday at a ranch near Palm Springs, California.
People magazine said a representative for the "Parenthood" star, 33, confirmed she had wed the Memphis-born Maness. The two became engaged in November, with Christensen, who played Julia Braverman-Graham on the 2010-15 NBC series, posting an Instagram message at the time reading, "Thanks for all the well-wishes! It's official. We're engaged."
E! News' website ran a photo Sunday of the bride and groom, with Maness wearing a blue tuxedo with a black bow tie and Christensen in what E! described as "a sleeveless, white mesh, mermaid-style wedding gown with floral embellishments and a long, solid train." She carried a bouquet of purple and white roses.
In June, Christensen was cast in HBO's upcoming historical drama "Confirmation," about attorney Anita Hill (Kerry Washington), who in 1991 testified that Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas (Wendell Pierce) had sexually harassed her. Christensen plays Shirley Weigand, Hill's law-professor friend. As well, Christensen and Ed Westwick star in the upcoming ABC drama series "Wicked City," set in 1980s Los Angeles.