Emily Deschanel, the star of hit US show 'Bones', has married TV writer David Hornsby in Los Angeles, reports People Magazine. The 33-year-old's rep confirmed that the couple had tied the knot during an intimate ceremony in front of just family and close friends in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles. Deschanel, the sister of actress Zooey Deschanel, wore matching diamonds and platinum hair pins during the ceremony.
Hornsby is perhaps best known for his work as co-executive producer on the comedy show 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia', which stars Kaitlin Olson and Danny Devito, however, he's also worked as an actor on 'The West Wing' and 'Six Feet Under'.
Deschanel is currently starring in the sixth season of award winning drama 'Bones', in which she plays forensic scientist 'Kathy Reichs', a role that has seen her nominated for both 'Satellite' and 'Teen Choice' awards. She's also appeared in a number of high-profile movies, most notably, 'Spiderman 2', and 'My Sister's Keeper', which also starred Cameron Diaz. Future projects include the movie 'The Perfect Family' a comedy drama currently scheduled for release in 2012.