“To the man who has made me and our family feel so adored each and every day, Happy 15th Anniversary,” Bryce Dallas Howard said on her Twitter Thursday evening.
“I can’t wait to spend the rest of our lives in love @sethgabel,” the star continued. The daughter of the famous actor and director added a photo with a photo taken shortly after the two were married.
The shout-out didn’t go unnoticed by many of the actress’s fans, including one of her father’s costar’s, Henry Winkler.
During the hit series “Happy Days” the show’s stars formed a family connection. Even more than three decades after the show’s end, that family connection continues. It has continued beyond the stars themselves and has extended to their families.
Winkler retweeted Bryce Dallas Howard’s post, sending his good wishes to the happy couple.
“Congratulations you two !!!” Winkler added to his retweet.
“Happy Days” premiered in 1974. The hit show follows teenager Richie Cunningham (Howard) his family, and his tight-knit group of friends.
Henry Winkler starred as the show’s resident “greaser,” Arthur“The Fonz” Fonzerelli.
Bryce Dallas Howard Catches Film Bug Like Father, Ron Howard
Since “Happy Days,” Ron Howard, who initially found fame as a child actor on “The Andy Griffith Show,” has moved to directing and producing. Howard has created some all-time films such as “Cinderella Man,” “The DaVinci Code,” “Willow” and “Hillbilly Elegy.”
In 1975, Ron Howard married his wife, Cheryl Alley. The two have four children together. Bryce is the oldest of the group. Twin daughters Jocelyn and Paige were born in 1985, and their son Reed, was born in 1987.
After catching the acting bug like her father, Bryce Dallas Howard, followed in his footsteps.
She began acting in 2002, and has starred in a variety of hit films such as “The Village,” “The Help,” “Jurassic World,” and “Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom.”
Howard and her husband, actor Seth Gabel met while attending New York University.
Gabel played Adrian Moore on FX’s popular series “Nip Tuck.” He also played agent Lincoln Lee on the Fox series “Fringe,” as well as Cotton Moore on WGN’s “Salem.”
The two were married in 2006. The couple has two children, Theodore, who was born in 2007, and Beatrice who was born in 2012.