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During his ten-year run on the popular late-night show "Saturday Night Live,” TIM MEADOWS (Sam) crafted some of the series' most memorable characters (including Leon Phelps, The Ladies' Man, and Lionel Osbourne, host of the fictional public affairs show, Perspectives) and turned out uncanny impressions of O.J. Simpson, Ike Turner, and Sammy Davis Jr. 

Meadows began his film career with roles in Coneheads and Wayne's World 2 before starring in the 2000 release The Ladies' Man. Other film credits include Mean Girls, The Cookout, and Benchwarmers. 

On television, Meadows recently completed his first season on the critically acclaimed TBS series The Bill Engvall Show; he is also a regular correspondent on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS and The Colbert Report on Comedy Central. Previously, Meadows was a series regular on "The Michael Richards Show” and "Leap of Faith.” 

Born in Highland Park, MI, and raised in Detroit, Meadows studied television and radio broadcasting at Wayne State University before performing improvisational comedy at the Soup Kitchen Saloon. In 1985, Meadows relocated to Chicago, where he first joined ImprovOlympic and then the legendary comedy troupe, Second City. During his three years at Second City, he wrote and starred in productions of "The Gods Must Be Lazy” (with Chris Farley), "It Was Thirty Years Ago Today,” and "Flag Smoking Permitted in Lobby Only,” gaining a loyal following with his sharp comedic talent. In 1991, Meadows achieved the dream of comics nationwide when producer Lorne Michaels asked him to join "SNL” as a featured player; later that same month, he was nominated for an Emmy as part of "SNL's” writing team. He made the transition to cast member two years later.

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