Andy Richter And Ex-Wife Sarah Thyre Settle Their Divorce
Fans of Andy Richter know that he and his wife, Sarah Thyre, announced they were calling off their marriage of 25 years in April of 2019. The news came as somewhat of a surprise, considering they had been together for such a long time.
A new report from Page Six announced the pair have finally hammered out the terms of their divorce. The Blast was the first to report that it's not clear how the former partners will split their assets and finances, but it is abundantly clear that their romance is over.
As it was previously reported, Richter and Thyre revealed they were calling off their romance in separate social media posts last year. Both parties dropped a statement revealing they would split, and also their feelings toward it.
According to Page Six, Richter and Thyre have two kids together, including their 12-year-old daughter, Mercy, and their 18-year-old son, William. They first got married back in 1996.
Todd Malm reported last year in April that the couple dropped the sad news on their Twitter accounts. Both parties stated they would do everything in their power to co-parent their two children amicably, and also maintain a "loving friendship."
Sarah said on her Twitter that she and Andy were going to work hard for the sake of their kids. As most know, Andy is perhaps most famous for his work alongside Conan O'Brien, including on The Late Show, Conan, and TBS' Conan as well.
The star had a voice-acting gig in the Madagascar franchise as well. Andy's time in the entertainment industry has lasted for decades, going all the way back to the 1993 TV film, The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom.
In 1993, he began working alongside Conan O'Brien intimately. The pair have worked together on approximately 1,247 episodes. Andy has since worked on many different television shows, including Black-ish, Corporate , and Final Space .
Despite their separation, Andy and Sarah have stayed cohesive in their views toward the Writer's Guild of America against the Association of Talent Agents.