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Alex Moffat      

Actor, Comedian, Saturday Night Live Cast Member

Alex Moffat is an actor and comedian known for his role on Saturday Night Live. He frequents Weekend Update as "The Guy Who Just Bought a Boat" and has portrayed celebrities such as Anderson Cooper, Kit Harrington, Arie Luyendyk Jr., Mark Zuckerberg, Prince William and more.

An alum of the popular SNL incubator Second City — where Bill Murray, John Belushi and Tina Fey got their start, just to name a few — Moffat was a regular performer at iO Chicago and the Annoyance Theatre.

On stage, Moffat performed a one-man show called Good Little Winnetka Boy, in which Moffat “digs deep to uncover the many characters who live in a small village at the center of his brain.”

Moffat also starred in a Sherlock Holmes musical inspired by Jack the Ripper, called Ripper the Musical, with the Chicago Tribune describing his performance as “funny and believable as a three-dimensional character who seems to be wandering through the cartoony parameters of the show.”

He had a weekly show in which he interviewed comedians such as Tom Green, called El Show With Alex Moffat. Most notably, he’s appeared in a slew of shorts on Funny or Die. Moffat also co-starred in the 2015 indie film Uncle John.


Alex Moffat

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Saturday Night Live will be adding three new featured players for the upcoming season -- Alex Moffat and Melissa Villaseñor and Mikey Day.

'Saturday Night Live' adds Alex Moffat of Chicago - Chicago Tribune

Alex Moffat, a Chicago improv and sketch performer, has been added to the cast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" for the upcoming 42nd season. (iO photo).

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