Pictured: Amy Schumer makes rare appearance with handsome farmer beau Chris Fischer as they head to SNL in NYC
Amy Schumer was spotted with her boyfriend Chris Fischer on Saturday night.
This was a rare sighting as the Snatched movie star and the chef-turned-farmer have not been seen together in two months.
The pair were caught arriving at NBC Studios in New York City to watch Saturday Night Live.
Date night! Amy Schumer was spotted with her boyfriend Chris Fischer on Saturday night
They were also there to support friend Jessica Chastain who was on the show.
Amy had a big smile while wearing a vintage Eazy-E T-shirt.
The Trainwreck star added a blue cardigan and slacks as she led the way inside, followed by her boyfriend. Knee-high boots added an edge.
Right step: The Trainwreck star added a blue cardigan and slacks as she led the way inside, followed by her boyfriend. Knee-high boots added an edge
Handsome fellow: The food doctor had on a grey shirt over a blue T-shirt with dark jeans and brown boots
The food doctor had on a grey shirt over a blue T-shirt with dark jeans and brown boots.
He failed to crack a smile as he held on to his cell phone.
Amy was last seen on Saturday at the Women’s March in New York City with fellow actress Amber Tamblyn.
In November the actress was photographed on a romantic date with 37-year-old Fischer, who is reported to be her assistant’s brother.
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The two sipped glasses of wine and chatted intently, gazing into one another’s eyes as they enjoyed a cozy night.
Fischer is the first man Amy has dated since she split from Ben Hanisch in May after 18 months.
The comedienne previously admitted Ben – who she met on a dating app – was the perfect man for her as he wasn’t phased by her celebrity status.
Also seen heading into the SNL after party was Chastain, who starred on the show
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That’s something that Fischer – a good friend of Jake Gyllenhaal – should also be able to handle.
And like furniture maker Ben, it seems Amy’s new man is good with his hands.
Having made a name for himself at Mario Batali’s upmarket Babbo in Manhattan and the famed River Cafe in London, Chris gave up his city life to take over the family farm in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
He wrote his critically acclaimed Beetlebung Farm Cookbook while working at New England farm-to-table restaurant Beach Plum, named as a favorite of Barack and Michelle Obama in 2013.
Chris took over Beetlebung in 2010 from his aunt Marie and his grandmother, who still owns the farm at the age of 102.
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According to his website, Ben’s grandparents Regina and Ozzie founded the five-acre Beetlebung Farm in 1961.
The two raised their four children there while farming cows, and growing vegetables and flowers they sold on a farm stand.
His Instagram feed shows his idyllic life, featuring plenty of moody shots of the countryside, beautifully plated vegetable-rich meals, and family photos.
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And Chris sure seems to be living the good life. In an interview last year he talked of his annual Thanksgiving celebration with friends.
‘It’s a whole day spent cooking and takes a big effort to clean up the next day, but this work adds seasoning to our appetites,’ he said. ‘The festivities are always great with friends huddling around the fires to stay warm deep into the night, and as usual, I was too busy hosting and organizing to eat a proper meal on the night of the party.
‘This year, I took home the tender boiled meats and ate them alone in my living room the following night, in front of my fire, having said goodbye to all those who made the trip.’