“The schedule is insane. I’m probably the most tired one of all. Everyone else is used to not sleeping very much, and I need to learn from them.” – Pete Davidson on SNL
Bobby: “I think I’m more of a performer than I am a writer”
Most people would assume that someone who became a household name on Saturday Night Live…
Kristen Wiig can relate to her latest character’s struggles to land a break. In Girl…
Tiny Fey is already preparing herself for what it will be like to stop work on the hit NBC comedy 30 Rock.
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.
This could be Jason Sudeikis’ biggest year on Saturday Night Live, since his impersonation of presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be in high demand. Except the actor might be ready to move on to other projects.
“Oh, did something bad happen?”: Bill Hader’s Reaction to All the Calls He Received Before He Knew of His Emmy Nomination
Bill Hader has made history with the announcement of his Emmy nomination for Saturday Night Live—he’s the first male SNL cast member to receive a nomination since Eddie Murphy in 1983.
It had to happen sometime. Just as Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, his fellow cast member Kristen Wiig and many other stars outgrew and graduated from the Saturday Night Live stage, so has longtime cast member Andy Samberg.
Aniston appeared on Oprah with her Just Go With It co-star, Adam Sandler. During their interview, Sandler revealed that Aniston was originally approached to join the SNL cast.