Amy Schumer revealed in her upcoming Netflix particular that her husband, Chris Fischer, has autism spectrum dysfunction.
The 37-year-old comic spoke about her husband’s analysis in her new particular “Amy Schumer Rising,” which is slated to be accessible for streaming on Tuesday.
“I knew from the start that my husband’s mind was a bit totally different than mine,” Schumer mentioned, in keeping with Leisure Tonight. “I’ve to start out this over as a result of I actually wish to get this proper as a result of I really like him very a lot.”
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“My husband was identified with what was referred to as Asperger’s. He has autism spectrum dysfunction. He is on the spectrum. And there have been some indicators early on,” the “Trainwreck” star mentioned.
The comic and Fischer, a chef, wed in February 2018 in a star-studded occasion that included Jennifer Lawrence, Larry David, Jake Gyllenhaal and Jennifer Aniston.
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“As soon as he was identified, it dawned on me how humorous it was, as a result of the entire traits that make it clear that he is on the spectrum are the entire causes that I fell head over heels in love with him,” Schumer mentioned in her comedy particular. “That is the reality. He says no matter is on his thoughts. He retains it so actual. He would not care about social norms or what you anticipate him to say or do.”
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Schumer introduced in October that she was pregnant with their first baby.