Ali Wong officially files for divorce from husband Justin Hakuta nearly 2 years after split

Ali Wong has filed for divorce from her husband, Justin Hakuta.

She filed in Beverly Hills Friday nearly two years after their split was confirmed and cited “irreconcilable differences,” according to court documents obtained by TMZ.

Wong, 41, has asked for their prenup to be enforced, and the couple is currently in mediation to sort out their assets and decide on any spousal and/or child support, per TMZ.

The couple, who walked down the aisle in 2014, share two minor daughters: 8-year-old Mari and 6-year-old Nikki.

The comedian requested joint legal and physical custody of their girls.

The date of separation is reportedly listed as April 10, 2022, which is two days before Wong’s rep confirmed they were indeed separating.

Page Six did not immediately hear back from Wong’s reps regarding the divorce.

The “Beef” actress filed for divorce in Beverly Hills Friday, according to documents obtained by TMZ, and cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their separation. FilmMagic
The couple is reportedly in mediation attempting to work out spousal support and asset division without going to court. Getty Images for Disney
Wong and Hakuta, who share two minor children, walked down the aisle in 2014. Getty Images

In March of this year, Wong told the Hollywood Reporter that she and the former GoodRx VP are still “really, really close” and even “best friends.”

She further explained, “We’ve been through so much together. It’s a very unconventional divorce.”


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Wong told the Hollywood Reporter earlier this year that she and Hakuta are still “best friends.” Justin Hakuta/Instagram

During her 2016 standup special “Baby Cobra,” the “Beef” actress joked that she was determined to make Hakuta fall in love with her once she discovered he was a business student at Harvard.

“I was like, ‘Oh, my God, I’m gonna trap his ass. Going to trap his ass!’” she fondly recalled.

“And I trapped his ass initially by not kissing him until the fifth date, which is a very unusual move on my part.”

She revealed in her 2019 memoir, “Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets & Advice for Living Your Best Life,” that signing a prenup motivated her to have a successful career.

Wong dated fellow entertainer Bill Hader in 2022 and, after a brief split, in 2023. FilmMagic for HBO

“That prenup scared the s–t out of me. In the end, being forced to sign that prenup was one of the greatest things that ever happened to me and my career,” she penned.

Wong moved on from Hakuta with fellow comedian Bill Hader for “at least two months” in 2022, an insider exclusively revealed to Page Six in December of that year.

Following a brief split, Page Six confirmed they were back together in April 2023 and were even photographed kissing on a stroll through Los Angeles.