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Jason Sudeikis (‘Ted Lasso’) set to follow in Emmy footsteps of ‘SNL’ buddy Bill Hader (‘Barry’)

Between 2005 and 2013, Jason Sudeikis and Bill Hader yucked it up each and every weekend on “Saturday Night Live.” In addition to playing silly characters like “Appalachian Emergency Room’s” hillbilly cousins (watch above), they also satirized 2012 Presidential candidates Mitt Romney (Sudeikis) and Rick Perry (Hader). After leaving the late-night sketch show, the funny guys had a mini-reunion on “The Angry Birds Movie” and its sequel where they voiced Red and Leonard, respectively. Now, it’s looking more and more likely that Sudeikis and Hader will live in perpetuity on the Emmy winner’s list for Best Comedy Actor.
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SNL Vet Bill Hader Has The Best Explanation For Not Being On Social Media

Rare in Hollywood is the celebrity who completely eschews social media outside of the occasional break, but they definitely do exist, even if it's nearly impossible to know who's absent from Twitter, Instagram and other platforms without doing the legwork. SNL veteran Bill Hader, however, is one who will freely admit to being outside that obsession-friendly world, and his reasons for being out of the loop are both understandable and relatable.
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Why Bill Hader Really Quit Saturday Night Live

Bill Hader moved to Hollywood with the dream of making movies. Not just to star in comedy movies, but to actually direct movies that could live up to the precedents set by his favorite "serious" directors, like Terrence Malick and David Lynch. His journey to Los Angeles began in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he had a "comfortable, quiet childhood," and cut through Scottsdale, Arizona, where he attended community college and made fans that later moved with him, per Grantland.
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Marvel's MODOK already has a star-studded cast, that much is for sure. Luckily for fans of all things Marvel, that's not stopping series creators Patton Oswalt and Jordan Blum from revealing even more A-list actors who have boarded the stop-motion comedy. At a virtual panel for WonderCon Saturday afternoon, Hulu and the MODOK crew unveiled four new actors lending their voice to the series — and they're all very much household names. Joining Oswalt, Aimee Garcia, Melissa Fumero, Ben Schwartz, and company include Jon Hamm, Whoopi Goldberg, Nathan Fillion, and Bill Hader.