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NBC’s Saturday Night Live is adding a trio of fresh faces to its cast.
The veteran sketch comedy has enlisted Chris Redd, Heidi Gardner and Luke Null as featured performers for its upcoming 43rd season.
The trio will help fill the voids created by the departures of Bobby Moynihan (who had been there for nine seasons), Vanessa Bayer (seven) and Sasheer Zamata (four), who left after the season 42 finale.
Redd, 32, is an actor, comedian and writer best known for his role as Hunter in the mockumentary Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, where he co-starred alongside SNL alums including Andy Samberg, Joan Cusack, Bill Hader, Tim Meadows and Maya Rudolph. He also was featured in Comedy Central’s Stand-Up Presents series (watch, below) and has experience in sketch and improv. Redd’s credits include a recurring role in Netflix’s Chuck Lorre pot comedy Disjointed. He is repped by ICM Partners, Principato Young and Schreck Rose.
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