Like her contemporaries Kaley Cuoco and Lacey Chabert, former child star Danielle Harris began the New Year by walking down the aisle.
ABC reported that Harris, 36, walked down the aisle with jeweler David Gross in a ceremony in Hawaii on Sunday.
Harris began her acting career on the soap opera One Life to Live. But she became famous at age 10 when she appeared in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989). In those films, she played Jamie, the niece of serial killer Michael Myers.
The success of those films made Danielle beloved among horror fans and led to a career on both the big screen and movies. Her most famous role after that is her recurring role on the sitcom Roseanne.
Harris’s other films include Wish Upon a Star (1996), Daylight (1996), Urban Legend (1998) and Debating Robert Lee (2004), which co-stared Cuoco. Her other TV appearances include guest spots on such series as Eerie, Indiana, Charmed, Cold Case and Bones.
She returned to the Halloween series when Rob Zombie cast her in his remake of Halloween (2007) and its sequel Halloween II (2009).
Harris made her directorial debut in 2012 with the slasher film Among Friends.
"I think it's funny that people assume I'm gonna be covered in blood walking down the aisle or something," Harris said regarding her nuptials in October. "I'm actually pretty normal considering the crazy childhood I've had and what I've been exposed to."