Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson, Aidy Bryant, and Kyle Mooney are all reportedly set to leave Saturday Night Live when its 47th season comes to a close on Saturday, May 21.
As reported by THR, these four cast members’ last episode will be hosted by Russian Doll’s Natasha Lyonne and musical guest Japanese Breakfast.
McKinnon joined Saturday Night Live in 2012 and is known for her celebrity impressions, including Hillary Clinton, Rudy Giuliani, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elizabeth Warren, Justin Bieber, and many more. During her time at SNL, she was nominated for nine Primetime Emmy Awaards and won in both 2016 and 2017.
She has found success outside of SNL, and has starred in such films at 2016’s Ghostbusters, Balls Out, Office Christmas Party, Rough Night, and more.
Pete Davidson joined SNL in 2014 and has also found a lot of success outside of SNL. In 2020, he co-wrote and starred in the semi-autobiographical comedy The King of Staten Island, and has since starred in The Suicide Squad, Bodies Bodies Bodies, and Marmaduke.
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He is also dating Kim Kardashian and has been a big focus of the internet since then alongside his other work.
Aidy Bryant joined Saturday Night Live alongside McKinnon in 2012 and has been nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards for her work. She has also starred in the animated series Danger & Eggs and the sitcom Shrill.
Kyle Mooney joined SNL in 2013 and is known for a lot of his on-the-street interviews. Outside of SNL, Mooney has starred in HBO’s Hello Ladies and the film Brigsby Bear.
Kate McKinnon Image Credit: George Pimentel/WireImage
Pete Davidson Image Credit: Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images
Aidy Bryant Image Credit: Astrid Stawiarz/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Kyle Mooney Image Credit: Tiffany Franco/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
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