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Kimberly J. Brown and Daniel Kountz: The actors got married

Kimberly J. Brown and Daniel Kountz: The actors got married

Hollywood has a new acting couple: Daniel Kountz and Kimberly J. Brown have tied the knot outdoors.

The American actor couple Kimberly J. Brown (39) and Daniel Kountz (45) have married. and also published some snapshots from the ceremony in California. A total of 92 guests were invited to the wedding. The celebration took place at the Spanish Hills Club in the town of Camarillo. The bride was impressed with the location from the start: “It was just so beautiful the first time we were there.”

The celebration took place in the open air and under the motto “simple elegance”. “We both love nature, so we really wanted to have the ceremony under the trees, overlooking a valley and outside,” said groom Kountz. Some fellow actors also attended the wedding, including Ali Fedotowsky (39), Ashley Jones (47), Missi Pyle (51), Amy Davidson (44) and Judith Hoag (60). The couple walked down the aisle to the sounds of the Sara Bareilles hit “I Choose You,” which was sung by Briana Cuoco (35), the sister of “The Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco (38).

Kimberly J. Brown and Daniel Kountz met on set

The two met in 2001 while filming the Disney comedy “Halloweentown II”. Years later, Kountz and Brown began a romance. Brown still remembers their first encounters well. Back then they “got along great,” but there were no romantic thoughts or feelings: “We were strictly professional.” It wasn’t until 2016 that they found each other. The two got engaged in 2022. After the wedding, Kountz said of the marriage that has now been consummated: “I can’t wait to explore the world with her. It’s going to be fantastic.”

Daniel Kountz started his career at the end of the 90s and had one of his first appearances in the US film drama “Too Young for a Baby” alongside Kirsten Dunst (41). Kountz also appeared in the 1999 cult film “10 Things I Hate About You.” Kimberly J. Brown started her career a few years earlier and was already seen in numerous TV and film productions as a teenager. She had her breakthrough in the coming-of-age film “Tumbleweeds” from 1999. She is particularly popular with German fans because of her role as Dorothee in the comedy “Friendship!” with Matthias Schweighöfer (43) and Friedrich Mücke (43) in the main roles.

Source: Stern

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