Dan Titmuss and Natalie Sullivan

The newlyweds were united in marriage on July 23, 2016, in Long Island City, New York, with family and friends from the U.S., U.K. and Australia attending. Rev. Robert Feeney of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia celebrated the union.

The bride is the daughter of John and Patricia Sullivan of Omaha. She is the granddaughter of Jim and Rita Sullivan of Omaha and the late Paul M. (Mickey) Walker and Barbara Walker of Ridley Park, Pennsylvania.

The groom is the son of David and Victoria Titmuss of Ripponden and Chester, UK, respectively. He is the grandson of Alan and Shirley Nuttall of Oldham U.K. and Peter and Elizabeth Titmuss of Wellingborough, U.K.

The bride's wedding attendants included her sister, Madeline, and numerous friends. The groom's wedding attendants included his best friends from university, George Cooke and Robbie Kornitschky, brothers of the bride, Greg and Eric Sullivan, and other friends from NYC and London.

Natalie is a 2007 graduate of Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart and was awarded a BA in Musical Theatre by the University of Tulsa in 2011. After touring with the Missoula Children's Theatre for two years, including two European tours serving U.S. Armed Forces personnel and their families, she settled in NYC.

Dan graduated from The University of Bristol in 2013 with a BSc in Zoology. While at university, he served as President of the Bristol Improv Society. Dan performed to sold out audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival three years in a row with the Society and acclaimed improvised murder-mystery troupe Degrees of Error.

The couple met while performing improv in NYC. Dan immigrated to the U.S. on July 4, 2015. He intends to become a U.S. citizen.

The couple works in Manhattan, where Natalie is employed by Patron Technology and Dan by Capacity Interactive, both companies that serve the arts. Natalie performs weekly at the Magnet Theater (NYC) with her musical improv troupe, Pyros. Pyros is scheduled to appear at the Vancouver International Improv Festival this October. Natalie has also appeared at 54 Below (NYC), The People's Improv Theater (NYC), The Duplex Cabaret Theatre (NYC), MCL (Chicago) and Second City (Chicago). Dan performs weekly at Reckless Theatre (NYC) with his improv troupe, Insignificant Other. He also recently acted in a commercial for SkyTV distributed on Buzzfeed.

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