The two men were engaged in 2019, planned a wedding for Oct. 10, 2020, and then postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
In April 2021, they moved to Los Angeles, where Mr. Leclaire, an actor and comedian, had lived briefly before, when he accepted a TV writing job.
“Being someone who is trying to work in entertainment and TV, he’s always been there, someone I’m not afraid to complain to,” Mr. Leclaire said of Mr. Tetro. “I once had a show where he was the only person in the audience and was so excited that he was the only person there.”
Mr. Leclaire, who received a diploma in professional photography from Dawson College in Montreal, and a bachelor’s degree in communication design from the Parsons School of Design, is now a writer for “Rutherford Falls,” a series on NBC’s streaming network, Peacock. Mr. Tetro, who graduated from the New York Institute of Technology, is an architectural designer in the Los Angeles office of Interior Architects.
On Oct. 23, the couple married at Kester Homestead, a wedding venue in Memphis, N.Y., that is on traditional Iroquois land, which mattered to Mr. Leclaire, who is a member of the Kahnawá:ke Mohawk Nation. Brittany Griffin, a Universal Life minister, officiated before about 100 guests. The couple asked attendees to get vaccinated before the event, which took place mostly outdoors.
“Dom’s the person I can relax with,” Mr. Leclaire said. “I can be anxious, I can be high-strung, a little precious about the words I use, and, with Dom, it’s just like pajamas on the couch. And it’s great.”