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He's perhaps best known for his eight seasons as a cast member[[note]]He started as a writer in 2003 before joining the cast in 2005[[/note]] on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with That?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, and Joe Biden. He left in 2013 after working on the show for ten years.

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He's perhaps best known for his eight ten seasons as a cast member[[note]]He started as a writer in 2003 before joining the cast in 2005[[/note]] member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), A-Holes, Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with That?"), Dancer, and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), Update, as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, Mitt Romney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump and Joe Biden. He left in 2013 after working his tenth year on the show for ten years.
show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.


* ''Series/TedLasso'' (2020 -- ) as Ted Lasso

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* ''Series/TedLasso'' (2020 -- ) as Ted LassoLasso[[labelnote:*]]Emmy winner for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series[[/labelnote]]


''Series/{{Cheers}}'' star Creator/GeorgeWendt (who hosted ''SNL'' a few times in the 1980s and 1990s) is his uncle, and he was previously engaged to Creator/OliviaWilde, with whom he shares two children.

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''Series/{{Cheers}}'' star Creator/GeorgeWendt (who hosted ''SNL'' a few times in the 1980s and 1990s) is his uncle, maternal uncle (Wendt is his mother's younger brother), and he was previously engaged to Creator/OliviaWilde, with whom he shares two children.


He's perhaps best known for his eight seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with That?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, and Joe Biden. He left in 2013 after working on the show for ten years.

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He's perhaps best known for his eight seasons as a cast member member[[note]]He started as a writer in 2003 before joining the cast in 2005[[/note]] on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with That?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, and Joe Biden. He left in 2013 after working on the show for ten years.


He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with That?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, and Joe Biden. He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.

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He's perhaps best known for his ten eight seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with That?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, and Joe Biden. He left in 2013 after his tenth year working on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.show for ten years.


He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with Dat?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, and Joe Biden. He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.

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He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with Dat?"), That?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, and Joe Biden. He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.


He's also done lots of television outside ''SNL'', holding roles on shows like ''Series/ThirtyRock'' , ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'', and ''Series/TheLastManOnEarth'', as well as lending his voice to various characters on ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow''. He also played the title role on Creator/{{FOX}}'s animation/live-action comedy ''Series/SonOfZorn'', and gained numerous accolades starring as the title role in the very well received Creator/AppleTVPlus show ''Series/TedLasso''.

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He's also done lots of television outside ''SNL'', holding roles on shows like ''Series/ThirtyRock'' , ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'', and ''Series/TheLastManOnEarth'', as well as lending his voice to various characters on ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow''. He also played the title role on Creator/{{FOX}}'s animation/live-action comedy ''Series/SonOfZorn'', and gained numerous accolades starring as playing the title role character in the very well received acclaimed Creator/AppleTVPlus show ''Series/TedLasso''.


He's also done lots of television outside ''SNL'', holding roles on shows like ''Series/ThirtyRock'' , ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'', and ''Series/TheLastManOnEarth'', as well as lending his voice to various characters on ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow''. Sudeikis also played the title role on Creator/{{FOX}}'s animation/live-action comedy ''Series/SonOfZorn''.

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He's also done lots of television outside ''SNL'', holding roles on shows like ''Series/ThirtyRock'' , ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'', and ''Series/TheLastManOnEarth'', as well as lending his voice to various characters on ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow''. Sudeikis He also played the title role on Creator/{{FOX}}'s animation/live-action comedy ''Series/SonOfZorn''.''Series/SonOfZorn'', and gained numerous accolades starring as the title role in the very well received Creator/AppleTVPlus show ''Series/TedLasso''.


He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with Dat?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump (though his take on Trump isn't as memorable as Phil Hartman's, Darrell Hammond's, or even Creator/AlecBaldwin's. Even Creator/TaranKillam's take on him was slightly more memorable...because it came before Alec Baldwin's famous take) and Joe Biden (after Creator/KevinNealon's take[[note]]which wasn't that memorable[[/note]] and before the more memorable takes done by Woody Harrelson, John Mulaney, Jim Carrey, and Alex Moffat). He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.

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He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with Dat?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump (though his take on Trump isn't as memorable as Phil Hartman's, Darrell Hammond's, or even Creator/AlecBaldwin's. Even Creator/TaranKillam's take on him was slightly more memorable...because it came before Alec Baldwin's famous take) UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump, and Joe Biden (after Creator/KevinNealon's take[[note]]which wasn't that memorable[[/note]] and before the more memorable takes done by Woody Harrelson, John Mulaney, Jim Carrey, and Alex Moffat).Biden. He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.

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He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with Dat?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of Mitt Romney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump (though his take on Trump isn't as memorable as Phil Hartman's, Darrell Hammond's, or even Creator/AlecBaldwin's. Even Creator/TaranKillam's take on him was slightly more memorable...because it came before Alec Baldwin's famous take) and Joe Biden (after Creator/KevinNealon's take[[note]]which wasn't that memorable[[/note]] and before the more memorable takes done by Woody Harrelson, John Mulaney, Jim Carrey, and Alex Moffat). He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.

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He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with Dat?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of Mitt Romney, UsefulNotes/MittRomney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump (though his take on Trump isn't as memorable as Phil Hartman's, Darrell Hammond's, or even Creator/AlecBaldwin's. Even Creator/TaranKillam's take on him was slightly more memorable...because it came before Alec Baldwin's famous take) and Joe Biden (after Creator/KevinNealon's take[[note]]which wasn't that memorable[[/note]] and before the more memorable takes done by Woody Harrelson, John Mulaney, Jim Carrey, and Alex Moffat). He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.


He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with Dat?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of Mitt Romney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump (though his take on Trump isn't as memorable as Phil Hartman's, Darrell Hammond's, or even Creator/AlecBaldwin's. Even Creator/TaranKillam's take on him was slightly more memorable...because it came before Alec Baldwin's famous take) and Joe Biden (after Creator/KevinNealon's take[[note]]which wasn't that memorable[[/note]] and before the more memorable takes done by Woody Harrelson, John Mulaney, and Jim Carrey). He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.

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He's perhaps best known for his ten seasons as a cast member on Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'', where he created characters like one half of the A-Holes (a vacuous couple who annoy others with their laconic answers), Vance the Dancer (a break dancer from the talk show/musical extravaganza "What Up with Dat?"), and The Devil on Weekend Update (who, unlike most takes on the Devil on ''SNL'', plays up the EvenEvilHasStandards trope, showing that humanity's evil is worse than what he can devise and that some of his evils in Hell aren't as bad), as well as doing impressions of Mitt Romney, UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump (though his take on Trump isn't as memorable as Phil Hartman's, Darrell Hammond's, or even Creator/AlecBaldwin's. Even Creator/TaranKillam's take on him was slightly more memorable...because it came before Alec Baldwin's famous take) and Joe Biden (after Creator/KevinNealon's take[[note]]which wasn't that memorable[[/note]] and before the more memorable takes done by Woody Harrelson, John Mulaney, Jim Carrey, and Jim Carrey).Alex Moffat). He left after his tenth year on the show, making his tenure one of the [[LongRunners longest]] in ''SNL'' history.


''Series/{{Cheers}}'' star Creator/GeorgeWendt (who hosted ''SNL'' a few times in the 1980s and 1990s) is his uncle, and he's currently engaged to Creator/OliviaWilde, with whom he shares two children.

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''Series/{{Cheers}}'' star Creator/GeorgeWendt (who hosted ''SNL'' a few times in the 1980s and 1990s) is his uncle, and he's currently he was previously engaged to Creator/OliviaWilde, with whom he shares two children.

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