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Charlie Weber says he's 'very happy' with Liza Weil

The couple play Frank Delfino and Bonnie Winterbottom on "How to Get Away with Murder."

By Annie Martin
Charlie Weber says he's 'very happy' with Liza Weil
Matt McGorry, Aja Naomi King, Charlie Weber, Liza Weil and Billy Brown (L-R) of "How to Get Away with Murder" attend the NAACP Image Awards on February 6, 2015. Weber discussed his romance with Weil on Wednesday's episode of "Allegedly." File Photo by Phil McCarten/UPI | License Photo

July 6 (UPI) -- Charlie Weber says he's "very happy" with girlfriend Liza Weil.

The 38-year-old actor discussed his romance with his 40-year-old How to Get Away with Murder co-star on Wednesday's episode of the Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss podcast.

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"We were great friends and we found ourselves in a position to be more than that and we did," he said of their early relationship. "You spend a lot of time and I very much enjoyed spending time away from work so it all just kind of came together like that."

Weber confirmed he's "very happy" with Weil after podcast hosts Matthew Cole Weiss and Lauren Ash said fans contacted the show to voice their support for the couple.

"It's very much appreciated because I'm very happy as well," the actor said.

Weil's rep confirmed to People in June that the actress started dating Weber in summer 2016. Just Jared reported the couple "grew close" after splitting from their respective spouses, Paul Adelstein and Giselle Weber, in spring 2016.

"They have been dating under the radar for nearly a year," a source said.

Weber and Weil play longtime co-workers Frank Delfino and Bonnie Winterbottom on How to Get Away with Murder. The ABC series co-stars Viola Davis and Billy Brown, and will return for a fourth season in the fall.

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"We are about to start filming. In fact, I sat down yesterday for initial creative meeting with my boss, Peter Nowalk," Weber said on Allegedly. "I think you're going to see -- given how the last season ended -- sort of the band break up, so to speak. So you're going to see a lot more people, a lot more isolation."

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