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SNL makes history with first out nonbinary cast member Molly Kearney
SNL makes history with first out nonbinary cast member

By Anne Branigin - September 16, 2022 

This fall, “Saturday Night Live” will debut its first out nonbinary cast member in its nearly 50-year-history: actor and comedian Molly Kearney.

Kearney was one of four new additions announced by the famed comedy skit show on Thursday. They will join the cast for SNL’s 48th season, which has seen major shake-ups in its lineup over the last few months.

Kearney shared the news of their history-making casting in a post on their Instagram account Thursday night: “Head exploding!! Thanks for all the love everyone.”

Considered a rising star, Kearney is best known for their role as Fern Dannely in the Amazon Prime series “A League of Their Own.” In addition to their acting, the Los Angeles-based Kearney has traveled the country as a stand-up comic and helps produce a monthly outdoor stand-up show called “The Big One.” Marcello Hernandez, Michael Longfellow and Devon Walker were also revealed to be joining the show, which premieres Oct. 1.

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