Performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. as part a Second City ensemble entitled "Truth, Justice and the American Way"
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(2008, on The Bill Engvall Show) I've learned to be very appreciative of these kinds of opportunities. After leaving SNL, I learned-it's like the NBA. They say the young guys don't know how hard it is to get to a championship. They think if they do it once, they can do it again. In show business, you don't know how hard it is to get a sitcom to be on for more than five episodes, no matter how ...
Performed with the Soup Kitchen Saloon improv comedy group in Ferndale, Michigan, before relocating to Chicago, Illinois and joining ImprovOlympic.
Known for his skit on NBC'S Saturday Night Live
(1975), where he plays Leon Phelps also known as The Ladies Man.