'SNL' Alum Bill Hader and Wife Maggie Carey Divorcing After 11 Years of Marriage


'SNL' Alum Bill Hader and Wife Maggie Carey Divorcing After 11 Years of Marriage


The pair, who married in 2006, have reportedly been separated since July and are in the process of getting a divorce.
Bill Hader's marriage is crumbling apart. The 39-year-old actor/comedian/writer, who is best known for his work on NBC's sketch series "Saturday Night Live", and his wife Maggie Carey are divorcing after 11 years of marriage.

PEOPLE first reported the news of Hader and Carey's split and his rep has confirmed it. Sources tell the site that the "Trainwreck" star and his writer/director wife have been separated since July and are in the process of getting a divorce.

The pair got married in 2006. They have three daughters together, 8-year-old Hannah Kathryn, 5-year-old Harper and 3-year-old Hayley Clementine.

They often worked together. Carey wrote and directed 2013's romantic comedy "The To Do List" in which Hader starred as the boss of the main character, Brandy Klark played by Aubrey Plaza. "He has to be in everything I do," Carey joked during a joint interview with USA Today. He responded, "I'll be in all your movies."

Hader once shared marriage-life advice. "Whatever your wife asks, say yes," he jokingly told PEOPLE. "Just say yes and your life will be so much easier. If your wife asks you to drive to LAX at 2 A.M. to pick up a piece of luggage, do it!"

Hader was a regular player on "Saturday Night Live" from 2005 until 2013. After he left the show, he and his family moved back to the West Coast. "The whole reason we're moving to California is that we're tired of being apart all he time," he explained. "Doing 'SNL' was a huge time commitment. You'd have weeks off and you'd have to go to L.A. It's about rolling with the punches."

Hader voices various characters on "South Park" and landed voice roles in films like "Inside Out (2015)", "Sausage Party", the "Angry Birds" movie, "Finding Dory" and "Power Rangers". He will star on HBO's comedy series "Barry" which has been picked up for a 2018 season and is also executive produced by Hader.


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