After over six years of marriage, John Mulaney
and Anna Marie Tendler have punched out.
Tendler, a craftsman and creator, reported the split Monday in an explanation delivered to People
through an agent. "I'm devastated that John has chosen to end our marriage," she said in the statement. "I wish him backing and accomplishment as he proceeds with his recuperation."
Mulaney's representative affirmed the report in an articulation to New York Post's Page Six.
"John won't have any further remark as he keeps on zeroing in on his recuperation and returning to work," the rep added.
Information on the split comes approximately five months after Mulaney registered himself with a Pennsylvania recovery center seeking treatment for cocaine and liquor misuse. The comic, who had been blunt about his struggles with restraint, allegedly finished the 60-day program by February and has kept on dealing with his recuperation as an outpatient.
Tendler broadly proclaimed she would wed Mulaney in 2010 not long after the couple met while on a gathering get-away on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. The couple got married in July 2014 in upstate New York. Four years later, Mulaney posted a progression of photographs to his Instagram
account that remembered a piece of paper for which Tendler had thought of her forecast.
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Mulaney plans to get back to the stage Monday night in "John Mulaney: From Scratch," his first stand-up show since finishing recovery.
Every one of the five exhibitions at New York's City Winery are sold out.