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Judd Apatow: I've Been Saying My Wife's Name Wrong For 18 Years

In an appearance on the 'Late Show' to promote his book and stand-up gig, Judd Apatow reveals that he's been saying his wife name wrong for 18 years.

Apatow says his wife, Leslie Mann, just recently told him that her name isn't pronounced Lez-lie but Less-lie.

"You know, the other day out of the blue she said to me 'Oh, by the way, my name isn't Lez-lie, it's Less-lie,'" recalls Apatow.

"Just the other day. We've been married for 18 years. I've been saying it wrong the whole time. I said 'Why didn't you tell me that in 1995?'"

"And she said 'I thought you probably wouldn't be able to make the adjustment and I didn't want to be mad at you.'"

November 13, 2015 |

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