Y&R's Greg Rikaart ties the knot
Posted Wednesday, May 13, 2015 12:044:48 PM
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Emmy-winning Y&R actor Greg Rikaart has an exciting new role: husband.

Congratulations to The Young and the Restless' Greg Rikaart (Kevin Fisher), who announced via Twitter that he and partner Robert Sudduth have gotten married.

Rikaart posted a photo of a beautiful beachside ceremony in Maui, Hawaii with the caption "Holy matrimony."

To see a photo of the happy couple exchanging vows, click here.

Sudduth is a writer and actor. He's most recently worked on The Red Band Society and The Crazy Ones. He recently landed a new job as writer for the new series Hot and Bothered.

Rikaart joined The Young and the Restless in July 2003 and won an Outstanding Supporting Actor trophy at the 2005 Daytime Emmys.

Earlier this month, Rikaart stated that he would be interested in Y&R exploring the possibility that his on-screen persona is gay. "I want him to come out," Rikaart said.

UPDATE
Rikaart thanked fans for their support with a message on Twitter. "So much love today. Thanks for it all," Rikaart posted Wednesday evening. "Rob and I have enjoyed reading your kind wishes. Mahalo, as they say here on Maui."

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