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‘Saturday Night Live’ Welcomes First Black Woman To Cast Since 2007
Her name is Sasheer Zamata and she is Saturday Night Live's first black female comedian in six years. Zamata, 27 and a native of Indianapolis,…
Drake Trades Lines with Jay Pharoah and Bobby Moynihan in SNL Promos [Video]
We know Drake can rap, but are those acting skills still up to par? Looks like we'll get our answer this weekend as…
SNL Finally Adds Black Female Cast Member After 6 Years
Saturday Night Live took heed to their lack of color and added Youtube sensation Sasheer Zamata. She is the first African American comedienne to…
‘SNL’ Hires Sasheer Zamata, The First Black Female Cast Member In Over Five Years
When funny man Kenan Thompson spoke up about the lack of black comediennes "ready" for Saturday Night Live, social media was up in arms. Kerry…
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