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Corey Stoll: I’m married!

Published 28/06/2015

Corey Stoll and Nadia Bowers
Corey Stoll and Nadia Bowers

Corey Stoll has confirmed he wed actress Nadia Bowers earlier this month and that she is currently expecting their first child.

The 39-year-old Ant-Man star became engaged to the 41-year-old Orange is the New Black actress in October 2014.

And the pair quietly wed last weekend.

"I got married on Saturday," he told E! News during an interview that took place on Friday June 26, holding up his ring finger while responding. "We did the honeymoon beforehand."

Corey, who hails from New York City, said they tied the knot “back east”.

He also disclosed during the interview that he and Natalie are expecting their first child together, as she is currently pregnant with a baby boy.

And Corey, who portrays villainous character Yellowjacket in forthcoming Marvel flick Ant-Man, has already acquired a sweet present for his unborn son.

"Yellowjacket sheets," he smiled.

Corey is incredibly busy with work of late, as he is promoting his new TV series The Strain, which was directed by illustrious filmmaker Guillermo del Toro.

Last year the former House of Cards star’s movie This Is Where I Leave You was released. He plays Jane Fonda’s son in the flick and Corey previously confessed meeting the iconic actress for the first time was nerve-wracking.

"I had never met her. I was nervous. I was intimidated. Everyone before had told me, 'Oh, she’s really nice,' but she’s a legend. Just from the very first second that I met her, she really extended herself and was constantly curious," he told "After the first couple of weeks, I was embarrassed when I realised that, up to that point, every conversation had been about me. Because that’s what she does. That’s the key to her incredible success and longevity and diversity of her career. She’s so outwardly directed. She’s so constantly curious. She just asks questions wherever she goes."

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