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Stefan Brogren and Michelle Shaughnessy tie the knot in Toronto.
The "Degrassi" actor, better known to fans of the show as Archie "Snake" Simpson, married stand-up comedian Michelle Shaughnessy in Toronto on Tuesday.
"JUST MARRIED," Shaughnessyof the newlyweds passing by the famous 3D Toronto sign.
"Surprise!" Brogren captioned the same photo on Instagram. "In a small ceremony with our parents present, we made it official and got hitched! We love our friends and family so much, but decided on a super simple day!"
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Congratulations to the two Canadian stars.
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