John Mulaney is 'dating Olivia Munn' just days after news he's divorcing wife following 60-day rehab stay

JOHN Mulaney has started "dating Olivia Munn" after announcing his divorce from wife Anna Marie Tendler just three days ago.

The SNL performer completed a 60-day rehab stay in February, after a bizarre appearance on NBC's Late Night With Seth Meyers.


John, 38, announced his divorce from his wife of seven years, Anna Marie, earlier this week, and has already moved on.

The comedian has been confirmed to be dating actress Olivia Munn, 40, as the pair reportedly met in church.

A source told People that since meeting socially several years ago, they've decided to take things to the next step.

"This is very new, they're taking it slowly. They met at church in Los Angeles," they revealed.

In December, when John entered rehab for a relapse in his addiction, the X-Men actress sent her well wishes.

"Sending SO MUCH love and support to John Mulaney. You got this," she wrote on Twitter.

John completed 60-days in rehab in February, after relapsing into his decades-long journey with alcohol addiction.

The Chicago native finally made his way back to the stage on Monday with a stand-up routine at New York's City Winery.

Throughout his performance, the celebrity discussed his intervention and time spent in rehab.

That same day, the news went viral that John had decided to divorce his wife of seven years, Anna Marie Tendler.

The choice was not mutual, as the makeup artist told People: "I am heartbroken that John has decided to end our marriage. I wish him support and success as he continues his recovery."

A representative for the Big Mouth creator told Page Six: "John will not have any further comment as he continues to focus on his recovery and getting back to work."

Olivia, who has never been married, dated professional football player Aaron Rodgers from 2014 to 2017.

John's soon-to-be ex-wife works as an artist, photographer, make-up artist, writer and lampshade designer.

The comedian previously spoke fondly of his wife in his many stand-up routines, joking about their religious differences coming from Catholic and Jewish backgrounds.

The duo met in the late 2000's during a trip to Martha's Vineyard, where Anna knew they would have a future together shortly after.

Their wedding website explained the story: "After a group vacation to Martha’s Vineyard, John rode shotgun while Anna drove a carload of people home.

“He did bits the whole ride and killed. They were not dating at the time, but Anna knew they would be soon after.”

Late last year, John checked himself into a Pennsylvania rehab facility following a reemergence of his addiction to alcohol and cocaine.

The writer struggled with substance abuse from a very young age and made his first efforts towards becoming sober at 23.

After leaving the rehabilitation program, he continued with "outpatient sober care," and has finally returned to work.

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