Hunter Doohan stole the world's hearts as quirky-cute barista Tyler in Netflix's smash hit riff on the Addams family, Wednesday. As the series went viral, Doohan became a household name with fans everywhere clamoring to know more about his life outside of the show. While his fame has brought some negativity, Doohan remains true to himself and keeps a level head despite the crazy adoration from his millions of followers.
While Wednesday has been the main focus of his career, Doohan actually got his start on a Showtime drama called Your Honor. He starred in the show as Adam Desiato, a son of a New Orleans judge who gets involved in a murder case involving the local community and is manipulated by the school principal Weems (Christina Ricci) into helping her husband evade jail time.
It wasn't until he landed his role on Wednesday that Doohan was really recognized for his acting skills and talent. The show was a massive success and has been hailed as one of the best shows of the year. Thankfully, his instant fame didn't change him much, and Doohan is still the same charming guy that he always was.
In addition to being a talented actor, Doohan is also an openly gay man. He has never hidden his sexuality and is happily married to film producer Fielder Jewett, with whom he was engaged on December 31, 2020. They tied the knot this June in a ceremony that was officiated by Doohan's Your Honor co-star, Bryan Cranston.