'Saturday Night Live' Cast Member Leaving After Nine Seasons

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The actor's CBS comedy pilot, Me, Myself & I, was recently picked up to series.

Earlier Wednesday, CBS announced Moynihan would star in the upcoming series "My Myself & I". SNL's season finale on May 20 will officially be his last show as a member of the cast.

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Not surprisingly, but a little unfortunately since he's such a flexible player, Bobby Moynihan is leaving "Saturday Night Live". Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is hosting, with Katy Perry as musical guest, in the last of four episodes airing live coast-to-coast, as opposed to just live for the Eastern half of the country. This year it was apparent that Moynihan was in fewer sketches than prior seasons and his off-show work has been ramping up.

Moynihan will depart the show with a roster of many wonderful characters under his belt, including Riblet, Drunk Uncle, Chris Christie, and many more. It follows his character's life for 50 years, showing his trials and tribulations. He will be portrayed as a teenager in 1991 by Jack Dylan Grazer, as a 40-year-old in present day by Moynihan, and as a senior citizen in 2042 by John Larroquette. Only Kenan Thompson, who has been with the show 14 seasons, has been there longer. Television. Writer Dan Kopelman is executive producing with Aaron Kaplan, Dana Honor, and pilot director Randall Einhorn.

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