It’s over. Actress-writer Jenny Slate and husband Dean Fleischer-Camp have split after nearly four years of marriage, multiple sources confirm exclusively to Us Weekly.
A source tells Us that the couple grew apart and that “it wasn’t a bad breakup.”
Slate, 34, and the film editor tied the knot in September 2012. They previously collaborated on the stop-action short film Marcel the Shell With Shoes On in 2010. Slate voiced the main character, an animated anthropomorphic shell.
The comedy won Best Animated Short at AFI Fest 2010 and screened at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
The Saturday Night Live alum and Fleischer-Camp came up with the idea during a weekend away for a friend’s wedding. “We [and our friends] were all in one motel room because we were broke. I was squished in there with all those boys and I was stressed out and about to be fired from SNL — which is neither here nor there — but at the time I was just waiting to get slapped in the face and feeling a bit constricted because of all of these things in my life,” she told Vogue in October 2014. “And then I started to talk in this little voice and my husband was like, ‘What is that voice?!'”
Slate is best known for the 2014 short Obvious Child and for her roles in Parks and Recreation, Girls, House of Lies and Married.
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