Los Angeles couple Jillian Sipkins and Justin Willman didn't want to waste precious time at their wedding reception answering the "How did you meet? So they decided to preemptively shoot a video telling their story instead.In the style of the Funny Or Die web series turned Comedy Central show “Drunk History," the bride- and groom-to-be downed a whole lot of booze and then sat down to recount their relationship history.host Justin Willman, 35, took this saying literally during his wedding with Jillian Sipkins. 6, in Malibu, California, reports the The newlyweds decided to have their first dance to Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ classic song, “I Put A Spell On You,” and onlookers watched as Jillian cast a spell on Justin, making him levitate!

Chambers began modelling after being approached by a modelling scout in Paris.

He went on to represent fashion brands including Calvin Klein, Armani, and Dolce & Gabbana.

In 2003, Chambers was cast as one of the leads in the CBS crime drama Cold Case but left after appearing in only four episodes. In late January 2008, he admitted that he suffered from a biological sleep disorder, and had checked himself into Los Angeles's UCLA Medical Center to treat exhaustion after a period of only two hours of sleep each week.

In August 2004, Chambers was cast as surgical intern Alex Karev in Shonda Rhimes's medical drama series Grey's Anatomy, opposite Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl, and T.

Hardwick, who is producing with his Nerdist Industries, plus Alex Murray of Brillstein Entertainment and “Late Night” exec producer Robert Morton, commented: “Justin is hilarious, but quite honestly scares the crap out of me.

His tricks are so good that I am convinced he is some kind of evil wizard who has been sent here to bring about the End of Times with his dark magic.” Willman is a regular guest on “The Tonight Show,” “The Ellen Show” and Hardwick’s “@Midnight.” His live show, “Fake Believe,” is also currently touring in the U. Exec produced by Chris Hardwick, the special titled “Sleight of Mouth With Justin Willman” features sketch comedy, magic, field pieces and cannabis-fueled social experiments with guest comedians Doug Benson and Paul Scheer.“Only on Comedy Central can a guy do magic for stoners in a pot dispensary, then go head-to-head with child geniuses in the same half-hour,” said Willman.Chambers was brought up in Springfield and growing up he aspired to be a dentist.He has a fraternal twin brother, Jason; one older brother, John Jr. Chambers and his twin brother were hospitalized often as children due to frequent bouts of pneumonia.In 1998 he was cast as series regular in the short-lived CBS primetime soap opera Four Corners.