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SNL's Chris Kattan

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SNL's Chris Kattan

Chris Kattan, he starred on Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 2003. Kattan brought many memorable characters to “SNL,” including: the enigmatic exotic dancer, Mango, the half-monkey, apple-eating, dry-humping Mr. Peepers; the club hopping Roxbury Guys, which Kattan created with Will Ferrell; the gibberish-spouting Suel Forrester; Azrael Abyss, the co-host of the fictional cable access show “Goth Talk” with Molly Shannon. Most recently he and castmate Amy Poehler have fought their way through numerous domestic disturbances as a white trash couple who “love each other so hard.” In addition, Kattan has contributed notable impressions to the show including Antonio Banderas in the “How Do You Say, Ah Yes, Show,” Al Pacino, Anne Heche, Bono, and Ricky Martin. Most recently Kattan starred in “Undercover Brother” opposite Denise Richards and Eddie Griffin. Other film credits include “Corky Romano,” “Monkey-Bone,” “The House on Haunted Hill” and “A Night at the Roxbury.” Before joining “SNL,” Kattan was a member of the Los Angeles-based improv/sketch comedy group The Groundlings, where current cast members Ana Gasteyer and Maya Rudolph and former cast members Will Ferrell, Laraine Newman, Phil Hartman and Jon Lovitz began their careers. Kattan has guest starred on several network television programs, including “NewsRadio” “How I Met Your Mother” and “Grace Under Fire.” A native of Southern California, Kattan spent part of his youth in Seattle, and returned to the Los Angeles area for college at California State University, Northridge. Throughout his college years, Kattan appeared in many live theater productions. Currently, Kattan lives in Los Angeles and New York City

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Chris Kattan, he starred on Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 2003. Kattan brought many memorable characters to “SNL,” including: the enigmatic exotic dancer, Mango, the half-monkey, apple-eating, dry-humping Mr. Peepers; the club hopping Roxbury Guys, which Kattan created with Will Ferrell; the gibberish-spouting Suel Forrester; Azrael Abyss, the co-host of the fictional cable access show “Goth Talk” with Molly Shannon. Most recently he and castmate Amy Poehler have fought their way through numerous domestic disturbances as a white trash couple who “love each other so hard.” In addition, Kattan has contributed notable impressions to the show including Antonio Banderas in the “How Do You Say, Ah Yes, Show,” Al Pacino, Anne Heche, Bono, and Ricky Martin. Most recently Kattan starred in “Undercover Brother” opposite Denise Richards and Eddie Griffin. Other film credits include “Corky Romano,” “Monkey-Bone,” “The House on Haunted Hill” and “A Night at the Roxbury.” Before joining “SNL,” Kattan was a member of the Los Angeles-based improv/sketch comedy group The Groundlings, where current cast members Ana Gasteyer and Maya Rudolph and former cast members Will Ferrell, Laraine Newman, Phil Hartman and Jon Lovitz began their careers. Kattan has guest starred on several network television programs, including “NewsRadio” “How I Met Your Mother” and “Grace Under Fire.” A native of Southern California, Kattan spent part of his youth in Seattle, and returned to the Los Angeles area for college at California State University, Northridge. Throughout his college years, Kattan appeared in many live theater productions. Currently, Kattan lives in Los Angeles and New York City