BEIJING, Sept. 26 -- Actors Demi Moore and Ashton
Kutcher got married Saturday night in a top-secret ceremony, capping
their two-year-long older woman, younger man relationship, Us Weekly and
People reported Sunday.
Representatives for Kutcher, 27, and Moore, 42,
declined to comment on the marriage, but both magazines said the couple tied the
knot in the Los Angeles area around 10 p.m. in front of 100 guests. The wedding
was described as put together at the last minute and was a traditional Kabbalah
Moore, who starred in "Ghost," "G.I. Jane" and
"Striptease," first began dating the younger Kutcher in 2003.
After rising to fame in the 1980s, Moore became one
of Hollywood's most bankable actresses in the early 1990s with a string of hits,
including "Ghost," "A Few Good Men," "Indecent Proposal" and "Disclosure." She
took a brief hiatus in the late 1990s to focus on motherhood before returing to
the big screen in "Full Throttle." Next up is the thriller Half Light.
Kutcher is co-creator of the MTV reality show
"Punk'd." His films include "Guess Who" in 2005 and "Dude, Where's My Car?" in
It was the first marriage for Kutcher and third for
Moore. She was married from 1980 to 1984 to rock musician Freddie Moore and from
1987 to 2000 to Willis.
The relationship between Moore and Kutcher has been
seen by some in Hollywood as evidence of a liberating new trend in which older
American women are dating younger men, challenging the traditional convention of
May-December romances. กก