Sir Patrick Stewart, best known for his roles in "Star Trek" and "The X-Men," married Sunny Ozell this weekend.
The newlyweds announced their union with the tweet below, which proclaimed "Yes, married."
Yes, married. pic.twitter.com/ZSMnpluSeL
— Patrick Stewart (@SirPatStew) September 8, 2013
Stewart's good friend and "X-Men" costar Sir Ian McKellan officiated the ceremony, which he announced via social media as well. McKellan shared a photo of himself with a shirt that said minister, stating, "I did my part."
Stewart and Ozell have been together for five years, according to US Weekly. This is the third marriage for the actor, who was previously married to Sheila Falconer from 1966 to 1990 and to Wendy Neuss from 2000 to 2003.
McKellan isn't the first star to officiate a wedding. Click through the slideshow below to see other celebrities who have helped non-celebs tie the knot.
Brian Anstey and Elka Shapiro are such big Kathy Griffin fans that they asked the "D-List" celebrity to officiate their wedding in 2008. The comedienne just couldn't refuse their request and told the New York Daily News that they were her "kind of people."
The talk show host commemorated his TBS show's anniversary by marrying one of his staff members to his partner on live television in 2011.
Lady Gaga was ordained to marry her friend Tricia Donegan, a New York City yoga instructor, to her partner earlier this year. The singer is also considering officiating weddings at her concerts, according to Examiner.com.
Abbe Thorner and Jason Wood were wed by the "How I Met Your Mother" actor on the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in July 2010. Their original minister dropped out, but when they saw Segel at a West Hollywood bar, they decided to ask him to preside over their wedding.
Tori Spelling married one couple at Chateau La Rue, the bed and breakfast she owns with her husband, Dean McDermott, in July 2007. People reported that Spelling was "nervous" when she married the pair. "I've done live theater and presented at the Emmys and this by far was my scariest moment simply because they had bestowed such an honor upon me and I didn't want to let them down," she said.
Actor Kevin Smith isn't a one-hit-wonder officiant. He'll marry anyone who can pay his $5,000 fee, which includes a venue, Smith's own SModcastle in Hollywood. He officiated one gay couple's hockey-themed nuptials in 2011 and had this to say about the experience: "If you are getting married in hockey jerseys, and you are making me wear a referee jersey, and you are gay ... we are in for a great show," Smith told ABC News.
Drescher officiated a same-sex marriage ceremony in New York on March 6, 2012. The lucky couple won her services through a contest on her Facebook page, and the actress even wrote a blog for HuffPost about the experience.