Get ready to hear a whole lot of "International Man of Mystery" jokes. Comedic actor Mike Myers of the "Austin Powers" and "Shrek" franchises married his longtime girlfriend Kelly Tisdale in a private ceremony ... five months ago.
A rep for Myers confirmed the news to the New York Post's Page Six that the 47-year-old "Saturday Night Live" alum wed Tisdale after roughly four years of dating. The rep told the newspaper that the under-the-radar ceremony for the secretive couple was "beautiful."
This marks the second marriage for Myers, who split from his wife of 12 years, writer/actress Robin Ruzan, in late 2005. Myers used Ruzan's mother Linda as the inspiration for his popular "SNL" skit "Coffee Talk" and credited Ruzan herself for encouraging him to make the "Austin Powers" films.
Tisdale and Myers began dating shortly after his split from Ruzan. Tisdale, who is said to be in her 30s, was previously romantically linked to musician Moby, with whom she founded the New York café Teany.
Myers, who hosted the MTV Movie Awards in 2008, was last seen (or heard, rather) on the big screen in 2010's "Shrek Forever After," but more recently stopped by "SNL" to help out his old friend, host Dana Carvey, with a "Wayne's World" sketch.
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