Cecily Strong & Fred Armisen
Cecily Strong is an American actress and comedienne. She is a cast member on Saturday Night Live, beginning in season 38. Fred Armisen (born December 4, 1966) is an American actor, comedian and musician best known for his work as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, and portraying off-color foreigners in various comedy films such as EuroTrip, Anchorman and Cop Out. /5
Cecily Strong Fred Armisen Seth Meyers Bill Hader Kate Mckinnon Bobby Moynihan Nasim Pedrad Jason Sudeikis Jay Pharoah Vanessa Bayer Tina Fey Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Aidy Bryant Beck Bennett Kenan Thompson Taran Killam Jimmy Fallon Jay Pharaoh
SNL should be proud of itself, with the departures of Bill Hader, Fred Armisen and Jason Sedakis after last season, TV viewers took note of the slew of new newly casted men on the show and though they have impressed, it is the women of SNL who have really stood out. Led by Kate Mckinnon and Cecily Strong, each in their second full seasons as cast members on the lauded sketch comedy show, this may be the strongest group of female cast members yet. Aided by strong hold overs, Nasim Pedrad and Vanessa Bayer, each in their fifth and fourth years, respectively, on the show, these women are amongst the most versatile cast members with each having an arsenal of characters and impersonations to carry a scene. Aidy Bryant, another second year female cast member who has really broken out this year, anchors every scene she is in and has really come her own. In all, with Noelle Wells and Sasheer Zamata, the newest addition, rounding out the seven female cast members, Lorne Michaels, the producer of Saturday Night Liv ...
TVLine Items: Seth Meyers' SNL Status, Sherlock Ratings, Amazon's Barbarella Pilot and More Seth Meyers SNL We may have already seen Seth Meyers‘ next-to-next-to-last appearance behind Saturday Night Live‘s Weekend Update desk. Speaking with The Wrap following his Sunday afternoon appearance at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, Meyers surmised that he is “two shows away from cutting ties” with SNL. He explained that with his Feb. 25 Late Night debut nearing: “It’s too hard to try to do two of these things at the same time.” Meyers also said that he would not be surprised if Weekend Update newbie Cecily Strong gets paired up with another co-anchor. Ready for more of today’s news nuggets? Well…. * Sunday night’s Season 3 premiere of Sherlock on PBS’ Masterpiece drew four million total viewers, up 25 percent from the sleuthing drama’s sophomore opener. * SNL alum/Portlandia star Fred Armisen and funnyman Patton Oswalt will take part in Modern Family‘s springtime ...
Chris Kattan, Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, Taran Killam, and of course Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, Seth Meyers, and Cecily Strong. Why I love
SNL is Back – Can the Show Survive Its All-Star Exodus? Season 39 of Saturday Night Live kicks off tomorrow, and everyone is wondering how the six new cast members are going to do. They’ve got big shoes to fill: SNL vets Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Jason Sudeikis all moved on after last season. Most of the new cast members are relatively unknown, but you might recognize Beck Bennett from these AT&T commercials. It will also be interesting to see how “Weekend Update” works with two hosts. Seth Meyers will share hosting duties with second-year cast member Cecily Strong (aka the Girl You Wish You Hadn’t Started a Conversation With at a Party) at least until he leaves for Late Night in February. Get excited for tomorrow’s premiere with Tina Fey’s promo clip, and make sure to watch some skits from our old favorites.
NBC Officially Announces Six New 'SNL' Cast Members NBC officially announced the addition of six new featured players to Saturday Night Live on Monday -- Beck Bennett (from those AT&T "It's Not Complicated" commercials), John Milhiser, Kyle Mooney, Mike O'Brien, Noel Wells and Brooks Wheelan. The longrunning sketch show also announced that second-year player Cecily Strong will be the next to helm the "Weekend Update" desk, replacing Seth Meyers. Why This Matters: With the departures of show stalwarts Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen and Bill Hader (not to mention Seth Meyers at midseason when he starts his Late Night gig), the longrunning late-night sketch series is undergoing another big makeover. 3 Takes: B&C | THR | Variety
Jason Sudeikis, Bobby Moynihan, Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, Cecily Strong, and Kate Mckinnon are my favorites.
Mini-rant time! I'm getting a little perturbed at the amount of articles declaring SNL has a "cast crisis". I'm fairly positive that these articles are written by people that only watch one sketch an episode that a co-worker told them to watch, and still think that Will Ferrell took all the good out of SNL when he left. Here's the truth from someone who has seen every SNL for the past 6 years: Yes, losing Bill Hader, Seth Meyers and Fred Armisen *** they are all amazing. But you know who else is amazing? THE ENTIRE REST OF THE CURRENT CAST! Bobby Moynihan, Taren Killam, Cecily Strong and Kate Mckinnon especially. I know you miss Digital Shorts, but I would take Drunk Uncle and The Girl at a Party You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation With over just about anything from when Jimmy Fallon was still on the show. And now I'm going to bed, good night.
Tough to see Bill Hader, Fred Armisen, and Jason Sudeikis all leaving Saturday Night Live tongiht, with Seth Meyers right behind them after next season. They've been some of the best consistent cast members in years, but I expect to see others (Jay Pharoah and Cecily Strong, particularly) step up to the plate now, along with a slew of new players next season.
'Tis a sad, sad day. Bill Hader is leaving SNL. This weekend will be his final show as a regular. Seth Meyers is leaving to take over Fallon's slot when Fallon moves to the Tonight Show. Also Sudeikis and Fred Armisen may also be leaving. Lokks like the show may be more female driven next year with Vanessa Bayer, Nasim Pedrad, Kate Mckinnon, Cecily Strong and Ady Bryant. The remaining male cast members include Bobby Moynihan, Taran Killam, Kenan Thompson, Jay Pharoah, and Tim Robinson. The original cast had a core of seven. The show is now down to maybe 10. Will they add more? Should they add more? Who would you get rid of?
Today I saw, met, and talked to Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen, Cecily Strong, Bobby Moynihan, Kate Mckinnon, Kenan Thompson & ?uestlove. Today was a good day.
Fred Armisen, Nasim Pedrad & Cecily Strong were amazing in the sketch!! xD
Fred Armisen, Nasim Pedrad & Cecily Strong are killing it in the sketch!! :D
and I are about to go see Fred Armisen and Cecily Strong! At one in the morning?
There was an insufficient amount of Kate Mckinnon, Fred Armisen and Cecily Strong on this week's SNL, and that is a shame.
This sketch of was hilarious!! Cecily Strong, Nasim Pedrad and Fred Armisen were amazing in it!
Hung out afterwards and got to meet Fred Armisen, Vanessa Bayer, Jay Pharoah, Cecily Strong, Aidy Bryant, Seth Meyers, Bobby Moynihan & Jenna Elfman! Saw Lorne come out and get into his ride. Got pix with Fred, Vanessa, Jenna & Bobby!
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