Wagner wrote Tomlin's “Search for Signs of Intelligent Life” and “Incredible Shrinking Woman”
Lily Tomlin married writer Jane Wagner, her partner of 42 years, in a private ceremony in Los Angeles on New Year's Eve.
“They're very happy,” Tomlin's spokeswoman, Jennifer Allen, told People.
The marriage of Wagner, 78, and Tomlin, 74, was first reported by columnist Liz Smith, who wrote, “my longtime friends, Lily Tomlin and her love, the writer Jane Wagner, got married on the eve of 2014. … My wish is that their happiness will be as great as their combined talents.”
The couple (pictured in 2001) collaborated on some of Tomlin's most famous projects. Wagner wrote Tomlin's Tony-winning one-woman show “The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe,” which was adapted from a Broadway play into a film, and the movie “The Incredible Shrinking Woman.”
Tomlin is also famed for her performances on “Laugh-In” and “The West Wing,” and starred in films including “9 to 5” and “All of Me.”