Tea Leoni and Tim Daly Are 'Really Good Together,' Madam Secretary Costar Says

Tea Leoni and Tim Daly made their stunning public debut as a couple at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner last week, and even the cast of their hit CBS show Madam Secretary say their romance came as a surprise.

Téa Leoni and Tim Daly Make It Red Carpet Official at the White House Correspondents' Dinner

Actress Téa Leoni and boyfriend Tim Daly made their first red carpet appearance as a couple on Saturday at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington D.C., hitting the event with veteran journalist Bob Schieffer and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

Leoni, 49, and Daly, 59, play the United States Secretary of State, and her professor husband on CBS’s Madam Secretary.

Téa Leoni Is Dating Madam Secretary Costar (and On-Screen Husband) Tim Daly

It’s official. Newly divorced Téa Leoni, 48, is back off the market.

PEOPLE confirms she is dating her Madam Secretary costar and onscreen husband, Tim Daly, 58 – and that they’ve quietly been an item since the summer.

Why Madam Secretary Is Worth Watching

For the new fall season, CBS has gone and found a plausible sister show to pair with Julianna Margulies’s The Good Wife.

Here, too, we have a sophisticated, 40-something actress (Téa Leoni) in a situation (the White House) that teems with smart, powerful adults who would humiliate you and reduce you to tears if you ever met them in real life.

Grey's Anatomy to Welcome Tim Daly

First there was McDreamy, then McSteamy. And the women of Grey’s Anatomy will have to come up with a brand-new nickname now that ex-Wings hunk Tim Daly is on his way to Seattle Grace.

Daly, 51, will appear on a special two-hour episode of the ABC drama that could serve as a springboard for a spinoff series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

9 Questions with The Nine's Tim Daly

Gambling-addicted police officer Nick Cavanaugh is a multifaceted character – a hero with a dark past and some serious issues. Tim Daly, who plays him on ABC’s hostage thriller The Nine (Wednesdays, 10 p.m. ET), is no less complex. The New York City native is bouncing back with a hit after two failed series (2001’s The Fugitive and last year’s blinked-and-you-missed-it Eyes).