Amanda Seyfried shows off legs in black mini dress at WP Theater Gala in New York with Thomas Sadoski

Amanda Seyfried shows off legs in black mini dress at WP Theater Gala in New York with husband Thomas Sadoski

She has been acting since she was a teenager and is an accomplished star in theater and screen.

And on Monday evening, Amanda Seyfried was one of the honorees who was celebrated in the annual fundraising gala of WP Theater in New York City.

The actress, 33, was accompanied by her husband, actor Thomas Sadoski, 42.

Great evening: Amanda Seyfried was one of the places of honor at the annual gala of the WP Theater in New York City Monday and was accompanied by her husband, actor Thomas Sadoski, to the event

Great evening: Amanda Seyfried was one of the places of honor at the annual gala of the WP Theater in New York City Monday and was accompanied by her husband, actor Thomas Sadoski, to the event

Seyfried did a stylish show in a black minidress with long sleeves.

She added centimeters with a pair of very high heels of black sandals.

The Mama Mia! and Big Love star wore her long blond hair loose in tumbling waves.

Sadoski chose an anthracite two-piece suit over a white shirt that was buttoned to the collar.

Leggy look: Seyfried did a stylish show in a black mini dress with long sleeves. She added centimeters with a pair of very high heels of black sandals

Leggy look: Seyfried did a stylish show in a black mini dress with long sleeves. She added centimeters with a pair of very high heels of black sandals

Leggy look: Seyfried did a stylish show in a black mini dress with long sleeves. She added centimeters with a pair of very high heels of black sandals

Natural beauty: the Mama Mia! and Big Love star wore her long blond hair loose in tumbling waves

Natural beauty: the Mama Mia! and Big Love star wore her long blond hair loose in tumbling waves

Natural beauty: the Mama Mia! and Big Love star wore her long blond hair loose in tumbling waves

The look of love: Seyfried, 33 and Sadoski, 42 met in 2016 on the set of the film The Last Word. They married in March 2017, the same month that they welcomed their daughter

The look of love: Seyfried, 33 and Sadoski, 42 met in 2016 on the set of the film The Last Word. They married in March 2017, the same month that they welcomed their daughter

The look of love: Seyfried, 33 and Sadoski, 42 met in 2016 on the set of the film The Last Word. They married in March 2017, the same month that they welcomed their daughter

Brave: Sadoski, who played in The Newsroom of HBO and regularly plays on the New York stage, chose a two-door gray second-color suit over a white shirt buttoned to the collar

Brave: Sadoski, who played in The Newsroom of HBO and regularly plays on the New York stage, chose a two-door gray second-color suit over a white shirt buttoned to the collar

Brave: Sadoski, who played in The Newsroom of HBO and regularly plays on the New York stage, chose a two-door gray second-color suit over a white shirt buttoned to the collar

Seyfried and Sadoski met each other in 2016 on the set of the film The Last Word.

They married in March 2017, the same month that they welcomed their daughter.

Sadoski started his professional stage career in 1998 at Kenneth Lonergan's & This Is Our Youth. Since then he has been working steadily in the New York theater.

The actor became a familiar face after three seasons in the lead role in HBO's The Newsroom.

The WP Theater was founded 40 years ago and, according to its website, it is the oldest and largest theater company in the country dedicated to developing, producing and promoting women's work at every stage of their career. 39;

Trailblazer: The WP Theater is & # 39; & # 39; The country's oldest and largest theater company dedicated to developing, producing and promoting women's work at every stage of their career.

Trailblazer: The WP Theater is & # 39; & # 39; The country's oldest and largest theater company dedicated to developing, producing and promoting women's work at every stage of their career.

Trailblazer: The WP Theater is & # 39; the oldest and largest theater company in the country dedicated to developing, producing and promoting women's work at every stage of their careers & # 39;

In the spotlight: Seyfried posed at the gala with her fellow places of honor - singer and songwriter Emily Warren, center and producer Bonnie Comley, right

In the spotlight: Seyfried posed at the gala with her fellow places of honor - singer and songwriter Emily Warren, center and producer Bonnie Comley, right

In the spotlight: Seyfried posed at the gala with her fellow places of honor – singer and songwriter Emily Warren, center and producer Bonnie Comley, right

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