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The Big Bang Theory's Kevin Sussman gets married to Addie Hall

The Big Bang Theory's Kevin Sussman gets married to Addie Hall

The couple got engaged in March 2022

The Big Bang Theory star Kevin Sussman has married his partner Addie Hall a little over a year since they got engaged.

Sussman, who starred as Stuart Bloom in the hit sitcom, shared a photo of him and his new bride to social media writing: “Just got married.”

The 52-year-old actor wore a blue suit with a white shirt and black bow tie for his special day, while his wife looked stunning in her white bridal gown and veil.

Sussman's dad was pictured alongside them.

Sharing the post onto his grid, he said: “Did I mention I got married this weekend?”

His post has since been flooded with messages of congratulations from friends and fans - and even the odd Big Bang Theory co-star.

Kunal Nayyar – who played Raj Koothrappali – wrote: "Oh my gaaaawwwwwd! Love you brother."

And Lauren Lapkus, who played Denise, commented: "Wow! Congrats!!"


Sussman and Hall confirmed their romance back in October 2020, with a post on Instagram.

Last March, Sussman announced that Hall had ‘said yes’ and shared a photo of her sat with his arm around him and a huge sparkler on her ring finger.

Sussman, who has also starred in Ugly Betty and Burn After Reading, became a Big Bang Theory series regular in season six and remained on the show until it ended in 2019.

Earlier this year, The Big Bang Theory Chuck Lorre announced there was a second spin-off series in the work, following the success of Young Sheldon.

For now, plot details are strictly under wraps, but according to Variety it will be an ‘hour-long series featuring a mostly new cast with potential for known Big Bang stars to appear in guest spots’.


So Sussman could be getting set to reprise his role.

The news comes as Young Sheldon producer Steve Holland admitted that there’s been talk of drawing the spin-off to end after the upcoming seventh season.

"We've certainly started to talk about it," he told TVLine. "When you're in the middle of a season, it's such a grind that we haven't had too many in-depth conversations.

"But now, as we're getting to the end [of season 6], we've started to talk about it more.

"There are certainly [plot points] we know we want to hit next season, and there are certain things where, if it's the end versus if it's just [another season], those things might be different. It's not my decision to make."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@kevsussman

Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV