The stand up comic signed the papers that finalized his divorce on Thursday, January 6, in New York City, according to a legal filing reported by TMZ.
The former couple were first married in 2014, and announced their breakup in 2021 following the Saturday Night Live alum's continued struggles with addiction. It is unclear if there was a prenuptial agreement involved in the split.
This comes less than two months after Olivia Munn gave birth to the pair's son, Malcolm Hiệp Mulaney, on November 24.
"John and Olivia are exhausted a lot of the time and aren't getting much shut-eye," a source previously spilled to OK!. "They're new at this and had to learn on the fly."
Despite the lack of sleep, the source added Mulaney and Munn are "loving this time together," noting it feels like " a chance for a fresh start."
As her ex moved on with his new family, Tendler took to social media this New Year's to pen a lengthy message that seemed to hint at her divorce and other moments of "change and loss" she had suffered in 2021.
"Over the past two years it seems that change has been synonymous with loss and collectively this loss has been unfathomable," the makeup artist wrote on Instagram. "It is tempting to construct a poetic list of all we’ve watched slip through our hands, but what’s the point? We already know it and we grieve it daily."
Along with admitting to "unfathomable loss" and struggles with depression and anxiety in the past year, the 36-year-old also claimed she had learned there was no "going back to normal" only moving on to the "new".
"Here’s to all the things we did this year to cope and here’s to all we will do next year to heal." She concluded the heartfelt post. "So long 2021. For better or worse I will carry a piece of you with me forever."