Irish actor Chris O'Dowd has married TV presenter Dawn Porter in what she described as a "three day love fest." On Sunday Chris tweeted a photo of himself and his new wife in matching "onesie" tracksuits, along with the message "Just married!!!!" star later tweeted another photo saying: "Night 3 of Wed Fest.She went on to play a wife who comes under suspicion after her husband is found murdered in Francis Durbridge's Deadly Nightcap (Westminster, 1986), took two roles in Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George (National Theatre, 1990) and toured Australia in Jeffrey Archer's Beyond Reasonable Doubt.She made her screen debut in a Charlie Drake film, The Cracksman (1963), in which she played a gangster's moll, and went on to appear in several other - mostly lightweight - productions.She was given the Maori name of Ngaire ("little heart shaped flower") which she later changed to Nyree as nobody could pronounce it.She began her acting career with the New Zealand Players' Trust and was acclaimed for roles such as Jessica in The Merchant of Venice and Juliet in Peter Ustinov's Romanoff and Juliet.Moreover, her status as "the first romantic sex symbol of the television era" had a disastrous effect on her marriage.
Later she made appearances in Doctor In Charge, Anne of Green Gables, Softly Softly, and in the BBC series David Copperfield.And I spent the rest of the night thinking where did that man go?" Chris, who recently starred in , an Australian film in which he plays the manager of an all Aboriginal girl-band, is now filming all over the world.We are trying to keep it as informal and fun as possible.I can't stand the formalities of weddings," On Sunday fellow TV presenter Cherry Healey tweeted her excitement for the happy couple using their Twitter names: "Massive congratulations to @hotpatooties (Dawn) & @Big Boyler (Chris) - an incredible wedding, so joyful & mojito-ful.Nyree Dawn Porter was born on the North Island of New Zealand in 1940.