Elizabeth Connelly McKnight and David Benjamin Quinn were married April 13 at Indian Creek Country Club in Miami Beach. The Rev. Robert W. Asinger, a minister of the United Church of Christ, officiated, with the Rev. Dr. Barbara A. Asinger taking part.

The couple met at Boston College, from which they graduated.

Ms. McKnight, 30, is an actress in New York who goes by Libby, and who appeared in 2018 as Lady Anne in the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company production of “Richard III” in Boston. She also voiced the forthcoming “The Mystery of Alice” for Audible, a producer of digital audiobooks. She received a master’s degree in drama from Juilliard.

She is a daughter of Peggy Thomas McKnight and Stephen H. McKnight of Fox Chapel, Pa. The bride’s father is a consultant in Pittsburgh on real estate investment and development. Her mother is a trustee of Point Park University and the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, and is a director of the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.

The bride is also a great-great-granddaughter of Robert Garland, who was instrumental, in 1918, in establishing daylight saving time.

Mr. Quinn, 29, is an assistant district attorney, in a trial bureau, in New York. He received a law degree from Boston College.

He is the son of Diane S. Juliar and Joseph F. Quinn of Newton, Mass. The groom’s mother is an emerita clinical professor of law at Suffolk University in Boston. His father is a professor of economics at Boston College and is a trustee of Amherst College.