'Odd Couple' Star Jack Klugman Weds at 85!
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Jack Klugman has married just a year after his first wife died.
The "Quincy, M.E." star tied the knot with his partner of 20 years, Peggy Crosby, at the Little Brown Church in Studio City, Calif., on Saturday, Feb. 2, reports "Entertainment Tonight."
The Little Brown Church was recently in the news when Britney Spears and her paparazzo pal Adnan Ghalib spent a few reflective moments there. It's also where former president Ronald Reagan and his then fiancee, actress Nancy Davis, married in 1952.
Klugman separated from, but never divorced, his first wife Brett Somers in 1974. Somers, who was a regular on "Match Game," passed away last year. They had two sons, Adam and David.
Crosby is the ex-wife of Philip Crosby, the son of crooner Bing Crosby. She has lived with Klugman since 1988.
Klugman is best-known for his two major TV roles: as Tony Randall's sloppy roommate Oscar Madison on "The Odd Couple" and as the medical examiner on the long-running "Quincy, M.E." He last appeared on the silver screen in the Passover comedy "When Do We Eat?"