The 42-year-old quietly got engaged to Quinn Lundberg, 29, ensuring he is no longer a one-man wolf pack.
In fact, the couple has already sent out wedding invitations for the August 11 nuptials which are, like the funnyman himself, quite unique.
Celebuzz has all the details:
“The wedding invite is very Zach,” an insider revealed.
“While it has the formal and standard details of who, what, when, where – including Zach’s full name Zachary Knight Galifianakis and his fianceé’s Mary Quinn Lundberg – it is also very funny.
“Zach included a drawing of himself and his bride-to-be. He made sure he looked like a little troll, while Quinn is a stunning tall blonde princess.”
The couple — who share their time between North Carolina and Venice, Calif. — have even coordinated an online gift registry for the wedding under his pseudonym, Celebuzz confirmed.
The name: Paul Dummy.
The soon-to-be newlyweds are not asking for much, as we discovered; with the exception of a sheet set from Anthropology, the couple has asked guests to donate to the non-government organization (NGO) Growing Voices, which Lundberg co-founded.
When asked to confirm the exciting news, a representative for The Hangover star’s manager, Andrea Pett-Joseph, declined to comment.
Galifianakis’ lady love is definitely no Hollywood wallflower.
The 29-year-old former ballerina is an expert in international conflict resolution and her not-for-profit supports a project helping victims of domestic violence in North Carolina — Galifianakis’ hometown — and aiding rural education in Malawi in Africa.
When he’s not acting, Galifianakis is actively supporting the charity’s work, as this video shows.
Reportedly due to his work with the charity, the comedian heavily campaigned against Mel Gibson having a cameo in The Hangover Part II after he admitted to slapping the mother of his daughter, Oksana Grigorieva.
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