Tim Daly and Téa Leoni play husband and wife in the CBS drama "Madam Secretary," but the romance between the two isn't done once the cameras stop rolling.
The actor laughed off questions about his on- and offscreen paramour in a conversation with HuffPost Live on Wednesday, saying everyone should "just be happy that I'm happy."
During a conversation with HuffPost Live about the dangers of pneumococcal pneumonia, the actor tried to stay tight-lipped about Leoni, but he said he doesn't let the fact that she's a colleague prevent them from having the usual conversations couples have, covering topics including their work life. He explained:
Look, when you're in life, you talk about work. You talk about other stuff. I do that with all my relationships. I talk about work with my kids and I talk about what's going on with them and those are my nearest and dearest, so nothing is off the table. It all comes out.
Watch more from Tim Daly's conversation with HuffPost Live here.
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