The actor and physical therapist wed on Saturday, December 15 at Valentine DTLA in California in front of family and famous friends including "Supergirl" actress Melissa Benoist, RJ Brown, and Daveed Diggs.
Talent manager Robert Stein also attended the nuptials and posted a picture of the happy couple on Instagram.
"What heartfelt joy is was to watch Grant and LA, surrounded by their family and friends, come together for a loving union," he wrote. "Wishing them both a Lifetime of Love and Happiness. They are so blessed to have one another to spend the rest of their lives together."
Grant and LA became engaged in April, 2017 and it was subsequently reported they married in Malaysia. However, he dismissed the rumours at the time, explaining that they had taken part in a traditional Malaysian Kadazan ceremony.
"It was incorrectly reported, without our permission, that LA and I had a private wedding while we were here, but that's not quite the truth," he said on Instagram. "While we did have a beautiful, symbolic Kadazan ceremony to honour LA's ancestors, we still won't tie the knot until next year."
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Happy Holidays from Malaysia! I’ve been mostly off social media because the Majalap family is non-stop and we’ve been running around and partying and eating and drinking since we got here. I did want to clear something up before the internet ran with it. It was incorrectly reported, without our permission that LA and I had a private wedding while we were here, but that’s not quite the truth. While we did have a beautiful, symbolic Kadazan ceremony to honor LA’s ancestors, we still won’t tie the knot until next year. (Also I’m still 27 for another few weeks.. the article got a couple things wrong) We’ve had a great time while we were in Sabah. LA’s GIGANTIC family is awesome. We got to hang out with Masidi Manjun, the Minister of Tourism, and had an incredible stay at Gaya Island Resort our first few days. Many pictures to come once we’re back in North America.
"My mum's a Kadazan, so it's almost like Native American of America, but she's from the island of Borneo," Thoma told podcast "Anna Faris Is Unqualified" earlier this year. "We wore the traditional outfits, (and) we had, like, a shaman and a medicine-man do all of the blessings. We technically did, you know, a shaman did a ceremony in front of a group of people."