- Horatio Sanz
Horatio Sanz (
June 4, 1969)Fact|date=August 2008 is an Chilean-American comedianand actor, best known as a former cast member of " Saturday Night Live".
Sanz was born in Santiago,
Chileto Sylvia Sanz. [ [http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/contributor/1800420534/bio Horatio Sanz Biography - Yahoo! Movies] ] He was raised in Chicago, Illinois, where he performed at various theaters, including The Court Theater and The Second City. Sanz is noted as the first Latinocast member on "Saturday Night Live". At the beginning of " Saturday Night Live's" 31st season, he was the temporary replacement for Tina Feyas Amy Poehler's Weekend Updateco-anchor while Fey was on maternity leaveuntil she resumed her duties on October 22, 2005. On September 20, 2006, "Saturday Night Live" announced that the show was dropping Finesse Mitchell, Chris Parnell, and Horatio Sanz from the show.
Sanz was the third cast member in "SNL" history to be born outside of
North Americaafter Pamela Stephensonand Morwenna Banks. Sanz returned to "SNL" as a guest on February 3, 2007, appearing as Elton John, and again on November 3, as presidential candidate Bill Richardson.
*Gobi, co-host of
Jasper Hahn, a political cartoonist whose creations always start out as raunchy drawings of genitals.
*Rick, Kaitlin's stepfather
*Carol, a cheerful, yet crass woman
*Manuel Pantalones, from "Showbiz Grande Explosion"
*Frankie Hilbert, from The
*Vasquez-Gomez-Vasquez, from The
*The drunken man who humped a halibut and fathered a mermaid in the sketch "Interspecies Beach" [http://snltranscripts.jt.org/01/01amermaid.phtml]
*Nicholas "Nick" Ragoni, from the movie
Memorable celebrity impersonations
Stinky Fayein 'You Have to Work Blue,' a duet with Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog(2003)
Saddam Hussein(in "split screen" telephone conversations with Osama Bin Laden, played by Jimmy Fallon)
Khalid Sheikh MohammedWeekend Update sketch after capture comparing his mugshotto the Dunkin' Donuts guy.
The waiter(he served french toast with sugar and was asked to fix it) in the movie Road trip.
Saturday Night Live" (1998–2006)
Road Trip" (2000)
Fillmore!" (TV, 2001–2004, voice of Vallejo)
The New Guy" (2002)
Boat Trip" (2003)
*"The Man" (Uncredited, 2005)
School for Scoundrels" (2006)
Lucky You" (2007)
*"May the Best Man Win" (2008)
Step Brothers" (2008)
Hollywood & Wine" (2009)
Recurring Saturday Night Live characters and sketches
*imdb name|id=0764445|name=Horatio Sanz
* [http://www.ucbtheatre.com/ The official Upright Citizens Brigade Theater website]
* [http://www.jesterjournal.com/HoratioSanzXmas.htm Review of Christmas sketch show at UCB]
* [http://media.www.fairfieldmirror.com/media/storage/paper148/news/2007/10/25/Entertainment/Hooray.For.Horatio-3052191.shtml/ Interview with Horatio Sanz]
NAME= Sanz, Horatio
SHORT DESCRIPTION= Actor, comedian
DATE OF BIRTH=
June 4, 1969
PLACE OF BIRTH= Santiago,
DATE OF DEATH=
PLACE OF DEATH=
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