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Dennis Miller
Date of Birth: November 3, 1953
Years on SNL: As Cast Member:
1985-1991
Impersonated:
December 19, 1987
October 22, 1988
December 17, 1988
December 28, 1989
December 8, 1990
May 16, 1992
October 3, 1992
October 7, 2000
January 13, 2001
Impersonated by:
Dana Carvey
Tom Hanks
Jimmy Fallon

Dennis Miller (born November 3, 1953) is a satirical comic who was a long-running host of Weekend Update. Unlike most other commentators, Miller was largely relegated to that part as Lorne Michaels wanted Miller to focus all his attention on joke writing and use of his satire for that key sketch. However, Dennis Miller would sometimes be found in bit parts in other sketches, such as the fake commercials. In the 1991 season finale, Dennis was speaking with Lorne Michaels about leaving the show and commenting how he always wanted to introduce the show, to which Michaels says go ahead and do it, prompting Miller to state "Live from New York, it's Saturday night!" When the show does not start, Miller comments that that must be overrated and leaves, prompting Michaels to make the real "stopping introduction".

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CharactersEdit

  • Koko
  • Steve

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Preceded by:
Christopher Guest as Saturday Night News
Weekend Update Anchor
(1985 - 1991)
Followed by:
Kevin Nealon

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