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Kyle Mooney

Repertory player, "Saturday Night Live"

Kyle Mooney returns to “Saturday Night Live” for his seventh season as a cast member.
During his first season, Mooney gained recognition for his digital shorts “Miley Sex Tape,” with Miley Cyrus, and “420” with Seth Rogen. He has also contributed his signature man-on-the-street interviews.

In addition to co-founding the Good Neighbor sketch group, Mooney had been a regular writer and performer at Upright Citizens Brigade since 2007. He co-starred in the HBO series “Hello Ladies” and the show’s movie adaptation, “Hello Ladies: The Movie,” opposite Stephen Merchant, and appeared on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.” He co-wrote and starred in the 2017 comedy-drama “Brigsby Bear” and has appeared in the feature films “Zoolander 2,” directed by Ben Stiller, and “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.” He was most recently seen in the latest season of “Arrested Development.”
Mooney studied film at the University of Southern California. He is from San Diego and currently lives in New York City. His birthday is Sept. 4.