Lisa Hartman married country singer Clint Black on Oct. 20, 1991, in Houston, Texas. The ceremony was held on Black's 180-acre farm. The two met in 1990, when the actress attended a Clint Black show with her mother. The couple have lived in Nashville, Tennessee since 2002 and have one child, daughter Lily Pearl Black, born in 2001.
Prior to meeting each other, both Hartman and Black were hesitant to get married. The thought of spending her entire life with one person didn't make sense to Hartman, and Black was so busy with his recording and touring schedule that it was difficult for him to find time to devote to a long-term relationship. The feelings that the couple had for each other were so strong that they were willing to make the commitment needed for a successful marriage, and they've been together for nearly 25 years, as of 2016.
Hartman gained fame through her breakthrough role as Ciji Dunne on the 1980s prime time soap "Knot's Landing," and released four albums between 1976 and 1987. In 1999, Hartman and Black collaborated on the duet "When I Said I Do," which celebrated their marriage. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts and was nominated for a Grammy Award.