Documentarian Michael Moore To Split From Wife Kathleen Glynn

The award-winning filmmaker reportedly filed for divorce from his wife of 21 years last month.

Michael Moore is preparing to divorce his producer wife, Kathleen Glynn, according to Michigan-based news site MLive. Moore and his wife, who have a home near Michigan’s Torch Lake, no longer live together and the complaint, which was filed in Antrim County Circuit Court on June 21 says there is “no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved.”

Both natives of Flint, Michigan, have no children together. Moore is estimated to be worth $50 million, and the couple’s Torch Lake home is worth $1.2 million. If the two separate, there is no word on whether Glynn will get half or a healthy compensation.

Moore’s credits include the Oscar-nominated documentary films Sicko and Bowling for Columbine, the latter of which won the award in 2003. He also directed Fahrenheit 9/11 and Roger & Me. His soon-to-be ex-wife, Glynn, has served as producer or executive producer on several of Moore’s films, including Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11 and Sicko.

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