Daniel Tosh, the creator, and star of Comedy Central’s Tosh.O, secretly got married two years ago to his then-fiancée, Carly Hallam, a writer on the show. According to a report from TMZ, the 43-year-old and Hallam, 31, got married on the 15th of April, 2016, during a private ceremony in Malibu, California.
Unfortunately, we don’t know a lot about Carly and Tosh’s relationship, but what we do know is that they started dating back in 2012.
Tosh.O has featured Carly in nine different episodes of the series, which features several kinds of footage including viral videos, original skits, and social commentary. Tosh.O is currently in its tenth season.
Hallam also writes for Brooklyn Nine-Nine and has done so since 2016, but Fox let it go last month, only for NBC to pick it back up for its sixth season. Both Tosh and Hallam are on social media, but they keep to themselves in comparison to other Hollywood celebrities.
Carly, for instance, doesn’t even have a public Instagram account. It’s set to private. However, in a blog post in 2016, Hallam wrote on her personal website that she and Daniel had been together for three years, but she only said “long-term boyfriend” and didn’t mention Tosh specifically.
A representative for the pair didn’t respond to a request for comment. While Tosh and Carly have managed to keep their relationship under wrap for the most part, Daniel’s show has been a staple in the public’s eye for nearly ten years.
Daniel’s show began on the 4th of June, 2009, and at first, featured him doing stand-up, primarily.
The very first season did exceptionally well and averaged around 1 million viewers per episode, for male viewers between the ages of 18-34, which is one of the highest rated advertising demographics.
Initially, Comedy Central only planned to have the show for ten episodes, but due to its massive success, it ended up going on for nine years. And in 2015, the show went into syndication, cementing Tosh’s status as a key figure in television comedy.