Are April Richardson & Martin Rossiter Married? An Update On Her Divorce Rumors With Husband

The news of April Richardson and Martin Rossiter's divorce has been circulating on the Internet, but they have yet to confirm or refute the rumor.

April Richardson is an American stand-up comedian, Martin Rossiter, on the other hand, is a Welsh musician who, from 1993 to 2004, was the lead singer of the British indie band Gene.

She was a fixture at the round table on Chelsea Lately and a regular contender on @midnight. 

April Richardson And Martin Rossiter Married Was Questioned As Divorce Rumor Spread

April Richardson and Martin Rossiter haven't spoken publicly about their divorce, so it's unclear whether they're still married.

Martin has continued to publish his wife's picture on social media, as evidenced by their Instagram post.

In 2020, he and his wife began a podcast where he wrote. "April Richardson, his amazing wife, and he have combined their dubious abilities to create a podcast.

She is a stand-up comedian, a huge music lover, and a record collector, and he is everyone's favorite middle-aged snob. Every week, she gives him a record she enjoys, and he analyzes it and explains why she wants it.

He'd love it if everyone went and gave it a try; he's prejudiced, but it's hilarious, and if you like songs being broken down and anecdotes about vomit and Elton John, you'll probably enjoy it."

Everything To Know About April Richardson Family

April Richardson has remained tight-lipped about her family, including the identity of her parents.

She was born in Savannah, Georgia, on May 1, 1979. She's an American stand-up comic. She lived in Manchester, England, for numerous years. In 1997, she graduated from Marietta's Lassiter High School. She is a Georgia State University graduate.

She's performed at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Aspen Laff Festival, Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, Boston's Women In Comedy Festival, and Los Angeles regularly. Chris Hardwick, Rob Delaney, Jimmy Pardo, Dana Gould, and Matt Braunger have all toured with her.

Millie De Chirico, her best friend, started the Sordid podcast Details, in which they "get to the heart of topics of least consequence," such as the black market, fast-food favorites, mom fashions, and Huey Lewis and the News. When Richardson went to England, the podcast came to an end.

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