While many Saturday Night Live cast members begin their careers in standup, others aren’t so comfortable with being themselves on stage all by themselves. Bill Hader, for example, might be nominated for an Emmy for his work on the long-running sketch show, but the idea of doing stand-up comedy is something so challenging for him.
Bill Hader has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Supporting Actor for his work on Saturday Night Live. Now Emmy nominations for SNL aren’t anything new, but no SNL actor has been nominated for that particular award since Eddie Murphy in 1983.
TV Comedy Actors Roundtable with Don Cheadle, Ed Helms, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ty Burrell, Max Greenfield & Johnny Galecki
In this interview, TV comedy actors Don Cheadle, Ed Helms, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ty Burrell, Max Greenfield & Johnny Galecki talk about their careers, acting and more.
Edie Falco speaks out about the “celebrity” aspect of Hollywood: “Most [celebrities] haven’t really done anything to earn where they are”
“There’s an obsession with famous people who, oftentimes, are not worthy of a million people knowing who they are and what they think.”
Jim Parsons on his Broadway debut, “The Normal Heart”: “There’s something about this play… that, in many ways, is for me exactly why I got into acting to begin with”
“There’s something about this play, this particular production, and the effect it’s having on audiences that, in many ways, is for me exactly why I got into acting to begin with.”