ET reports that veteran SNL star Bobby Moynihan will leave the long-running sketch comedy show after nine seasons.
With his new sitcom, "Me, Myself & I", officially added to the CBS fall schedule, longtime "Saturday Night Live" player Bobby Moynihan is bidding adieu to 30 Rock.
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Deadline reported that Moynihan had a seven-year contract with "SNL", which is standard for the show, then signed a two-year extension.
He created and played the character "Drunk Uncle" and lampooned New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush and Food Network chef Guy Fieri. Moynihan was at the CBS' upfront presentation today, introducing the show and his co-stars onstage where he noted that he was in a hurry to go to his "other show". Moynihan is the 40-year-old present-tense version, John Larroquette is the future 65-year-old version, and Jack Dylan Grazer is the past-tense kid version. This weekend's episode, the 42nd season finale hosted by Dwayne Johnson with musical guest Katy Perry, will be his last. Television. Writer Dan Kopelman is executive producing with Aaron Kaplan, Dana Honor, and pilot director Randall Einhorn.
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The comedian will also voice the title character in the recently picked up Syfy animated series, Happy!
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En el documento, la UNAM también aseguró que las otras acciones del plan integral de seguridad se implementarán de manera progresiva.