Actress Bridget Fonda and composer Danny Elfman wed in a quiet ceremony at the end of November, 2003. Reporters only learned of the wedding from a short statement from their publicist. Fonda and Elfman were married at Los Angeles' First Congressional Church in a candlelit evening ceremony with a 20-piece choir. Fonda's father, actor Peter Fonda, gave her away. Following the ceremony, they enjoyed a reception at LA's Cicada restaurant.
Elfman was the lead singer of '80's band Oingo Boingo and has composed songs for numerous films, including Good Will Hunting, the Men in Black films, and Batman, as well as 2003's Hulk and Big Fish. But perhaps his most well known tune is the theme song for "The Simpsons"
Bridget Fonda is most well know for movies like Single White Female, Jackie Brown and The Godfather III. In addition to her father Peter, her family is a Hollywood dynasty, with aunt Jane Fonda and late grandfather Henry Fonda.
Fonda and Elfman announced their engagement in March, shortly after Fonda was in a car crash that left her hospitalized with fractured vertebrae. They met while working on the 1998 film A Simple Plan. The wedding is a first for Fonda (previously linked to Eric Stoltz and Dwight Yoakam) and the second for Elfman.
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