Wedding Bells! Sam Esmail Gets Married To Emmy Rossum In An Intimate Ceremony

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Wedding Bells! Sam Esmail Gets Married To Emmy Rossum In An Intimate Ceremony

A new phase in life!

Famous screenwriter, film and television director, Sam Esmail is now married to his fiance-turned-wife Emmy Rossum in a lavish wedding ceremony.

The holy occasion took place on Sunday, May 28 and the two are seen jubilant with one another with the inter-religion marriage (Sam is Muslim while Emmy is a Jewish).

The pair, who got engaged to one another back in August 2015 after dating for two years, said "I do" in front of their families and friends at the East 55th Street Conservative Synagogue in NY along with guests, stars like Robert Downey Jr., William H. Macy, and Hilary Swank.

Speaking on Esmail's proposal back in 2015, Emmy said,

"I happened to be in the bathtub when it happened,"

 "And then I realized that it was happening. And then I got out of the bathtub because I didn’t want the story to be that I was in the bathtub when it was happening. And then I got cold as it was still going on, got back in the bathtub. It was a comedy of errors, but it all worked out."

She also added that Esmail proposed with a vintage ring from Paris,

"It's beautiful,"  "It's from the 1930s. He did a good job."

Caption: Sam Esmail and Emmy Rossum tie the holy knot and are now husband and wife. (2017)

Photo Credit: people.com

Before they got married, they were even spotted out on a romantic dinner on Friday in NYC. 

Caption: Emmy and Sam were spotted together in NYC before their big wedding day. (2017)

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We would like to wish the newly weds the very best for their future together.

A Short Wiki-Like Bio of Sam Esmail:

Born on September 17, 1977, Hoboken, New Jersey, United States, Sam Esmail is an American screenwriter, TV and film director who is best known as the creator of the successful television series "Mr. Robot."

His other successful projects include "Comet," "Mockingbird," and "Risk." The success of his projects has earned him the "Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Series Long Form" which he won in 2015. Sam also won the "Writers Guild of America Award for Television: New Series" in 2016.

Not only has he earned the recognition and received several accolades in his career, but he has also earned a hefty amount of money as well. But no official statement has come forth from Sam's end on his net worth.