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'Saturday Night Live' stars from the Hudson Valley

Eastchester native Bobby Moynihan is a cast member

Eastchester native Bobby Moynihan is a cast member on NBC's "Saturday Night Live." Photo Credit: Mary Ellen Matthews/NBC

Live from the Hudson Valley, it's Saturday night! The long-running sketch comedy series has featured many local comedians. Here are the "Saturday Night Live" stars with connections to the Hudson Valley, presented in chronological order.

Eastchester native Bobby Moynihan is a cast member
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Eastchester native Bobby Moynihan is a cast member on NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

Pictured, from left, Fred Armisen, Bobby Moynihan, Eli
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Pictured, from left, Fred Armisen, Bobby Moynihan, Eli Manning and Kenan Thompson in SNL's "Eli Manning" Episode 1618. (June 5, 2012)

Bobby Moynihan is seen at the 2012 Summer
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Bobby Moynihan is seen at the 2012 Summer Party on the High Line, Presented by Coach, in Manhattan. (June 19, 2012)

From left, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Lindsay Lohan,
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From left, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Lindsay Lohan, Bobby Moynihan and Kenan Thompson perform a skit on SNL. (March 3, 2012)

Bobbi Moynihan is photographed at a special screening
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Bobbi Moynihan is photographed at a special screening of Warner Bros. Pictures' "The Campaign" in NYC. (July, 25, 2012)

Star: Chevy Chase Local connection: Lives in Bedford
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Star: Chevy Chase
Local connection: Lives in Bedford
Years on show: 1975-76
Famous characters: He was fall-down funny as klutzy President Gerald Ford, voiced the deadpan yet dangerous Land Shark (?Telegram!?), and was the first-ever ?Weekend Update? anchor. He began every segment with his catchphrase, ?I?m Chevy Chase, and you?re not.?

Star: Bill Murray Local connection: Has lived in
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Star: Bill Murray
Local connection: Has lived in Palisades
Years on show: 1977-80
Famous characters: He was hilarious as schmaltzy Nick the Lounge Singer, who famously invented his own lyrics to the “Star Wars” theme song, and nerdy Todd DiLaMuca, who teased and flirted with his nerd soulmate Lisa Loopner (the late Gilda Radner).

Star: Paul Shaffer Local connection: Lives in Bedford
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Star: Paul Shaffer
Local connection: Lives in Bedford
Years on show: 1975-78 (member of house band), 1979-80 (featured player)
Famous characters: Shaffer used his musical talents for characters such as music producer Don Kirshner and pianist for Bill Murray’s Nick the Lounge Singer. He was also was the first “SNL” cast member to utter the F-word on live television.

Star: Eddie Murphy Local connection: Owned a home
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Star: Eddie Murphy
Local connection: Owned a home in Dutchess County
Years on show: 1980-84
Famous characters: Where to begin? As one of the series’ brightest talents, Murphy was beloved for his impressions of pop culture characters such as Gumby, Mr. Robinson and Buckwheat from “Little Rascals,” and real-life figures like James Brown and Stevie Wonder.

Star: Mike Myers Local connection: Former Pound Ridge
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Star: Mike Myers
Local connection: Former Pound Ridge resident
Years on show: 1989-95
Famous characters: The Canadian-born comedian had an oddball assortment of characters, including a trio of TV hosts: chatty Linda Richman (“Coffee Talk”), party-minded Wayne Campbell (“Wayne’s World”) and eccentric Dieter (“Sprockets”).

Star: Jimmy Fallon Local connection: Raised in Saugerties
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Star: Jimmy Fallon
Local connection: Raised in Saugerties
Years on show: 1998-04
Famous characters: Endearing goofballs such as Sully, the Boston teen crazy in love the Red Sox and his girlfriend Denise (Rachel Dratch), and Jarret, the spacey host of the online talk show “Jarret’s Room.” He also co-anchored “Weekend Update” with Tina Fey.

Star: Bobby Moynihan Local connection: Eastchester native Years
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Star: Bobby Moynihan
Local connection: Eastchester native
Years on show: 2008-present
Famous characters: Celebrity impressions of spiky-haired Food Network chef Guy Fieri and Marlboro native Snooki (who told Newsday Westchester she thought his impression of her was “fantastic”), as well "Weekend Update" staple Drunk Uncle.

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