After six years together, Faison, 38, and Cobb, 35, Jessica Simpson's friend and former personal assistant, were married Saturday night at Braff's Los Angeles home.
Simpson was a bridesmaid, while sister Ashlee Simpson was among the guests.
In addition to providing the venue, Braff was groomsman. Fellow groomsman and singer Joshua Radin tweeted a photo of the groom and his groomsmen, writing "What a happy day."
Faison currently stars on TV Land's "The Exes," but it's his role as Dr. Chris Turk in the comedy-drama "Scrubs" that he's best known for.
"Scrubs," which aired on NBC for eight seasons from 2001 to 2009 before moving to ABC for its final season, was about the lives of the medical interns, doctors and other employees at fictional Sacred Heart Hospital as seen through the eyes of Braff's J.D. Dorian. Breaking with traditional sitcom formulas, the show featured the daydreams of Braff's character, who also narrated the show.
It also made stars of its cast members. Click through to see what Braff, Faison and the rest of the cast have been up to since the show wrapped in 2010.
Braff's breakthrough role as intern Dr. Dorian on "Scrubs" earned him an Emmy nod and three Golden Globe nominations. It also earned him the cred to make his directorial debut in 2004 with the indie "Garden State," starring opposite Natalie Portman. Braff shot the film in his home state of New Jersey. The movie, which grossed $35 million at the box office, drew praise from critics and earned Braff a Grammy for best soundtrack for the album, which he compiled. Braff went on to direct several music videos, including one for his friend Joshua Radin. Earlier this fall, it was announced that ABC had picked up Braff's comedy "Garage Bar," which he will write, executive-produce and direct. It's about a group of friends who discover the good and bad sides of fame when one of them hits it big in the music industry. The 37-year-old actor-director has been dating model Taylor Bagley since 2009.
Braff's BFF Faison first became famous for his role in the 1995 film "Clueless," opposite Alicia Silverstone, and the TV series spinoff, which ran from 1996 to 1999. But he's best known as Dr. Turk. His current series, "The Exes," about three divorced men who become roommates, was just picked up for a third season on TV Land. In real life, Faison is now happily remarried to Cobb, after dating for six years and popping the question in August 2011. Faison was previously married to Lisa Askey, with whom he has a twin boy and girl, and another son. He also has another son from a previous relationship.
Before taking the role of Dr. Elliot Reid on "Scrubs," Canadian-born actress Sarah Chalke was known as the second Becky Conner-Healy on "Roseanne." Since "Scrubs," she has made appearances on "How I Met Your Mother" and "Cougar Town," which is produced by former "Scrubs" executive producer Bill Lawrence. Chalke, 36, has a son with fiance Jamie Afifi, a lawyer.
John McGinley played the egotistical, sarcastic Dr. Cox. The 53-year-old character actor known for his roles in "Platoon" and "Wall Street" can currently be seen on the Broadway stage alongside Al Pacino and Bobby Cannavale in "Glengarry Glen Ross."
Dominican-American actress Judy Reyes played smart and sassy nurse Carla Espinosa. Before her role on "Scrubs," she played Paulie Walnuts' girlfriend on "The Sopranos" and the wife of blind correctional officer Eugene Rivera on "Oz." Most recently, Reyes, 45, earned kudos for her role as the mother of a transgender boy dealing with the return of her estranged husband in 2011's indie family drama "Gun Hill Road," which premiered at Sundance.
Neil Flynn originally auditioned for the role of Dr. Cox but was given the role of the janitor instead. He was supposed to appear in the first episode only, but his character was so popular that he became a regular as the janitor who menaces Braff's J.D. Flynn, 52, left "Scrubs" after the premiere of the final season to star as father Mike Heck opposite Patricia Heaton in the ABC sitcom "The Middle."
Actor Ken Jenkins starred as chief of medicine Dr. Bob Kelso on "Scrubs." Since the show wrapped, he has played a recurring role as Courteney Cox's father on the ABC sitcom "Cougar Town."