Entertainment TV Schitt's Creek Star Noah Reid Marries Fiancée Clare in Beachside Ceremony The couple wed on Lake Huron, Ontario By Aurelie Corinthios Published on August 14, 2020 04:32 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Inna Yasinska Photography Schitt's Creek star Noah Reid is a married man! The actor and musician revealed on Friday that he tied the knot with his fiancée Clare last month. "A Wedding by Clare and Noah," he captioned a slideshow of stunning photos of the couple of six years on Instagram, along with their wedding date: July 25, 2020. Inna Yasinska Photography It appeared to be an intimate affair, with just a small group of guests present for the beachside ceremony on Lake Huron, Ontario. Inna Yasinska Photography Inna Yasinska Photography Inna Yasinska Photography The wedding photographer, Inna Yasinska, also posted a shot from the nuptials on Instagram at the time. "It's always a good day when you get to work barefoot in the sand," she captioned the post. "Absolutely loved photographing this intimate beachside ceremony yesterday!" Inna Yasinska Photography Inna Yasinska Photography Reid, 33, announced his engagement to Clare on New Year's Eve in 2018. "Roommates for life," he captioned an Instagram photo of the pair grinning as Clare held up her ring. All of the Celeb Couples Who've Tied the Knot in 2020 Last November, he celebrated his fiancée's birthday, writing, "Honestly don't know where I'd be without this one." "Grateful for you every single day, Clare," he wrote. "Best roommate a guy could ask for. Happy birthday!!!" He also marked their five-year anniversary last summer with a sweet post. "5 spectacular years with this one and things are continually looking up," he wrote. "Love my Clare." Couple Gets Engaged at Schitt's Creek Pop-Up After Being Inspired by Dan Levy's On-Screen Love Reid joined the cast of Pop TV's Schitt's Creek as Patrick Brewer during season 3 in 2017. His onscreen romance with Dan Levy's character David Rose unfolded over the next four seasons, culminating in their wedding on the emotional series finale in April. "Thank you doesn't quite cover it," Reid wrote on Instagram at the time. "Being a part of this show has meant so much to me, and I couldn't be more grateful to have wound up in such excellent company. Love you all."