Comedian Amy Poehler dating again after split from husband

Amy Poehler with Will Arnett during happier times.
Amy Poehler with Will Arnett during happier times. Bang Showbiz

AMY Poehler has moved on from Will Arnett.

The 'Parks and Recreation' actress - who split from her 'Blades of Glory' co-star and husband in September after nine years of marriage, with whom she shares sons Archie, four, and Abel, two - is reportedly dating 'New Girl' actor and comedian Nick Kroll.

The duo were spotted looking "cosy" on a date over the weekend, according to the New York Post's Page Six, as they dined at a small table at Pikey Café and Bar on Friday night (29.03.13).

An eyewitness said: "No one really recognised them."

Sources revealed that it wasn't the couple's first date but spokespersons refused to comment on their relationship.

Nick, 34, has known Amy, 41, for some time as he previously appeared on two episodes of her series 'Parks and Recreation' in 2011. He also filmed an episode this year.

News of their budding romance comes just months after the actress spent Christmas with her ex-husband and their children in New York.

Will also attended Amy's birthday party just two weeks after they confirmed their split and an insider said at the time they "have a lot of respect for each other. There's still love between them."

Another source also previously said that despite their parting, the split is "very amicable."

Amy and former '30 Rock' actor Will married in 2003.

Speaking about their relationship in 2007, Amy said: "People think we sit around and make each other laugh and stuff. But we're real homebodies."

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