Sarah Schneider

Sarah Schneider (born September 10, 1983) is an American writer, actress, and comedian.wikipedia
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CollegeHumor

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She got her start in entertainment as a writer and actress for the comedy website CollegeHumor before becoming a writer for the television sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, where she worked from 2011 to 2017, including a season as co-head writer alongside writing partner Chris Kelly. Schneider attended Wake Forest University—as did CollegeHumor co-founder Ricky Van Veen, although they did not know one another—where she was a member of the University's "Lilting Banshees" student comedy troupe.
A series of sketches written by and starring Sarah Schneider and David Young about two coworkers and their attempts to keep their relationship hidden.

Chris Kelly (writer)

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She got her start in entertainment as a writer and actress for the comedy website CollegeHumor before becoming a writer for the television sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, where she worked from 2011 to 2017, including a season as co-head writer alongside writing partner Chris Kelly.
Along with his SNL writing partner, Sarah Schneider, Kelly has created many sketches including: "(Do It On My) Twin Bed," "Back Home Ballers," "The Beygency" (about Beyoncé), and "First Got Horny 2 U."

The Other Two (TV series)

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Together with fellow SNL head writer Chris Kelly, Sarah Schneider has created The Other Two, an American comedy television series which premiered on Comedy Central on January 24, 2019.
The Other Two is an American comedy television series created by Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider.

The CollegeHumor Show

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As part of the CollegeHumor staff she starred as a fictionalized version of herself in the short-lived television series The CollegeHumor Show (2009) and web series including Hardly Working and Full Benefits; starred as other characters in other original videos; and wrote episodes, videos and articles.

Saturday Night Live (season 42)

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In August 2016, SNL promoted Schneider and Kelly to co-head writers of the 42nd season of the show.
In August 2016, writing duo Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider were promoted to co-head writers.

Saturday Night Live (season 37)

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She had been a guest writer on the last five episodes of season 36 (2010–2011) and became a full-time writer from season 37 (2011–2012).
CollegeHumor writer Sarah Schneider was added to the writing staff, after serving as a guest writer for the last five episodes of season 36.

Saturday Night Live

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She got her start in entertainment as a writer and actress for the comedy website CollegeHumor before becoming a writer for the television sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live, where she worked from 2011 to 2017, including a season as co-head writer alongside writing partner Chris Kelly.

Hunterdon County, New Jersey

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Raised in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Schneider graduated from North Hunterdon High School in 2001.

Wake Forest University

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Schneider attended Wake Forest University—as did CollegeHumor co-founder Ricky Van Veen, although they did not know one another—where she was a member of the University's "Lilting Banshees" student comedy troupe.

Ricky Van Veen

Schneider attended Wake Forest University—as did CollegeHumor co-founder Ricky Van Veen, although they did not know one another—where she was a member of the University's "Lilting Banshees" student comedy troupe.

Saturday Night Live (season 36)

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She had been a guest writer on the last five episodes of season 36 (2010–2011) and became a full-time writer from season 37 (2011–2012).

Comedy Central

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In March 2017, Comedy Central commissioned Schneider and Kelly to write a pilot episode about two siblings struggling with the sudden fame of their younger brother.

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In March 2017, Comedy Central commissioned Schneider and Kelly to write a pilot episode about two siblings struggling with the sudden fame of their younger brother.

Master of None

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By then, Schneider had also been a writer on Master of None on Netflix.

Netflix

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By then, Schneider had also been a writer on Master of None on Netflix.

Late Night with Seth Meyers

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Schneider married Late Night writer Mike Karnell on July 7, 2018 at Brittland Manor in Chestertown.

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Among the guests were Seth Meyers, Kate McKinnon, Samira Wiley, Lauren Morelli, Bobby Flay, and Heléne Yorke.

Kate McKinnon

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Among the guests were Seth Meyers, Kate McKinnon, Samira Wiley, Lauren Morelli, Bobby Flay, and Heléne Yorke.

Samira Wiley

Among the guests were Seth Meyers, Kate McKinnon, Samira Wiley, Lauren Morelli, Bobby Flay, and Heléne Yorke.

Lauren Morelli

Among the guests were Seth Meyers, Kate McKinnon, Samira Wiley, Lauren Morelli, Bobby Flay, and Heléne Yorke.

Bobby Flay

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Among the guests were Seth Meyers, Kate McKinnon, Samira Wiley, Lauren Morelli, Bobby Flay, and Heléne Yorke.

Heléne Yorke

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Among the guests were Seth Meyers, Kate McKinnon, Samira Wiley, Lauren Morelli, Bobby Flay, and Heléne Yorke.