Comedian Larry David ties the knot with his girlfriend, Ashley Underwood, after dating for three years, in an evening ceremony in Southern California.
Comedian Larry David decided to turn the gloomy pandemic around with a reason for joy. The 73-year-old tied the knot with his girlfriend of 3 years, Ashley Underwood.
According to People, the lovebirds exchanged vows on October 7, a cool Wednesday evening, in an intimate affair in Southern California. Underwood is David’s second wife after his first wife, Laurie, whom he parted ways from in 2007.
Larry David checking out a toaster during the promo for the tenth season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm. | Photo: YouTube/HBO
David and Laurie were married for 15 years before they got divorced. They have two daughters together, the oldest daughter is the 26-year-old Cazzie, and their younger daughter, 24-year-old Romy.
David and his new wife reportedly met through comedian Sacha Baron Cohen and his wife, actress Isla Fisher. They both attended Cohen’s birthday party in 2017, and by fate or coincidence, they were seated right next to each other.
They got along right away and had such a great conversation that David even left before dessert so he wouldn’t stay too long and risk ruining the good impression he made already.
Underwood, Elwood, and Bernie were enjoying their time in quarantine together with his older daughter, Cazzie.
In 2019, two years after they first started dating, Underwood and her beau took things up a notch when she moved into his home in the Pacific Palisades in L.A. with her cat, Elwood.
Later on, they adopted an Australian shepherd named Bernie together. The sweet pooch was adorably named after the former presidential candidate and David’s distant relative, Bernie Sanders.
The New York Times wrote that he, Underwood, Elwood, and Bernie, were enjoying their time in quarantine together with his older daughter, Cazzie. The 73-year-old admitted that a day did not go by without some form of bickering in the house.
When one argument got resolved, another would spring up possibly with someone else in the house, and interestingly, it often revolved around doing the dishes.
Shows also came as a focal point of many arguments. David revealed that his newlywed wife loved to stir up trouble by starting shows without him, leaving him lost and unable to catch up.
The man who earned the title of television’s favorite grouch is really just a sweet man who hated being denied the joy of watching shows with his lady love and enjoys being home with the people he loves.
David worked hard to have the simple and happy life that he now enjoys. Now, he gets to share it with his beautiful wife, Underwood, and he would not have it any other way.