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Who is Amy Schumer’s Husband? Chris Fischer

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Amy Schumer’s Husband

Amy Schumer’s been married for more than three years, amazingly she has a son with his husband.

Amy Schumer is married for three years! The couple, Chris Fischer and Amy Schumer, Chris Fischer, 41, tied the knot in private when they were out in Malibu in the midst of Valentine’s Day in 2018.

The wedding took place just a few days after Amy made headlines for the rumored romance by posting a photo of her with Chris in a photo on Instagram. In their time together, the couple has gone through a lot together, and has created a wonderful family! This is everything you need to learn about Chris!

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Who Is Amy Schumer’s Husband? Chris Fischer’s Biography

A native of Martha’s Vineyard, Fischer grew up on a farm and learned about food from his father, Albert, a former commercial fisherman, who taught him how to hunt, fish, and farm. Fischer spent much of his boyhood at Martha’s Vineyard and went to a two-room schoolhouse that has since been converted into a police station.

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Amy Schumer’s Husband

When he became a chef, he worked under Mario Batali at Babbo while living in Manhattan.

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He also cooked in Europe, working at the American Academy in Rome and London’s The River Cafe before returning to Martha’s Vineyard to work there full-time in 2007.

Fischer ran his family farm, Beetlebung Farm, a five-acre property that his grandfather purchased in the 1950s or in 1961.

He was the executive chef at the Beach Plum Inn & Restaurant for several years and was awarded the 2014 StarChefs.com Coastal New England Rising Stars Award.

In 2016, he was awarded the James Beard Award for his book The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook, which he wrote with co-author Catherine Young.

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Chris Fischer Once Owned a Goat Named Kale, Fischer once told the Boston Globe that the reason for the odd moniker came from the fact that “It would only be milked if we gave it a bucket of kale.” Eventually, he admitted, the family decided that the goat was getting a bit irksome and so they decided to have a goat roast instead.

He’s also a James Beard Award-Winning Cookbook Author Fischer is a star in and of his own right.

In a 2016 interview with the James Beard Foundation, Fischer sweetly credited his grandfather as his biggest inspiration.