Laura Bell Bundy Marries Thom Hinkle

News   Laura Bell Bundy Marries Thom Hinkle
The Legally Blonde Tony nominee wed her long-time boyfriend June 3.
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Laura Bell Bundy, who earned a Tony nomination for creating the role of Elle Woods in the 2007 musical Legally Blonde, married Thom Hinkle, a network executive at TBS, June 3, according to People.

The two were wed at the Santa Anita Park racetrack in California. Bundy, who wore a custom Sherri Hill gown, was married in front of friends and family.

Bundy made her Broadway debut in Hairspray. The Kentucky native also has a country music career, earning a CMT Music Award for her music video for her single “Giddy On Up.” Her numerous TV credits include Scream Queens, Hart of Dixie, and Anger Management.


The stage and screen star had announced her engagement in December 2015 via Instagram.

Four years ago I met this amazing man @thomhinkle. Initially, it was his biting wit, charm & beating me at Dance Dance revolution at Jerry's Deli that swept me off my feet, but it's his thoughtfulness, massively generous heart & the fact he switched from Scotch to KY Bourbon that has kept me falling in love with him more everyday. That's not some romantic exaggeration for the sake of posting this either. It's the truth. The Bourbon thing really won me over... But in all seriousness.. The way we've come out of differences & challenges as better more fully realized versions of ourselves has only deepened our love & connection... And allows me to believe we have what it takes to grow young together. It allows me to believe in love in general. THAT's when you know if love is true. He is my rock. My Partner. My Best Friend. My roomie. My champion. My greatest most fun challenge. My make-out Partner. He's the reason to my rhyme & he's attempting to make me an honest woman. I said 'YES!' #engaged #happynewyear #2016

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Playbill congratulates the happy couple!


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