Actors Tom Pelphrey and Kaley Cuoco are sharing the love.

The couple made their new relationship Instagram-official with photos and videos from a recent trip together.

Pelphrey, 39, who grew up in Howell and plays Ben Davis in the Netflix series “Ozark,” shared Polaroids of the smiling couple.

The Emmy-winning Jersey actor got his start as a performer at the Fine and Performing Arts Center at Howell High School and studied acting at Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Cuoco, 36, the Emmy-nominated star of HBO Max’s “The Flight Attendant,” shared identical photos on Instagram, along with another in which Pelphrey plants a kiss on her cheek in front of a picturesque mountain horizon.

Pelphrey, who won two Daytime Emmys for outstanding younger actor for playing Jonathan Randall on the soap opera “Guiding Light,” currently appears in the Amazon series “Outer Range” as Perry Abbott.

Pelphrey’s other roles include Joseph Mankiewicz, brother of Herman Mankiewicz in the Oscar-winning Netflix film “Mank,” Kurt Bunker in the Cinemax show “Banshee” and Ward Meachum in the Marvel Netflix series “Iron Fist.”

On Broadway, he appeared in “Fool for Love” and “End of the Rainbow.” His upcoming roles include the HBO Max true-crime series “Love and Death” about the 1980 murder of Betty Gore in Texas and investigation of housewife Candy Montgomery.