According to PageSix, comedian John Mulaney has separated from his wife, Anna Marie Tendler, after seven years of marriage.


The couple, as you know if you follow Mulaney's stand up, have no children, but they doo have a French bulldog named Petunia. Custody of Petunia remains an unknown at this time.

According to sources obtained by PageSix, Mulaney requested the separation three months ago immediately following his 60 day stint in rehab for drug and alcohol abuse. A spokesman for Mulaney confirmed the divorce, and added, "John will not have any further comment as he continues to focus on his recovery and getting back to work".

His wife Tendler, an artist currently in a masters program at NYU, added through her spokesperson, "I am heartbroken that John has decided to end our marriage".

This news comes on the heels of Mulaney's announcement that he will return to the stage since COVID-19 and his rehab stint, a five day residency at the City Winery in Manhattan.

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