Chris Redd

Chris is an exciting actor, writer, standup, sketch, and improv performer. He most recently joined the cast of Saturday Night Live as a featured player for the shows 43rd season. In film, Chris can be seen in a very flashy role opposite Andy Samberg in the Universal Feature Pop Star: Never Stop Never Stopping, produced by Judd Apatow. He plays Andy's rapper nemesis, “Hunter The Hungry.” He can also be seen in fun roles opposite Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell in the New Line/Gary Sanchez film The House, the Netflix film A Futile and Stupid Gesture opposite Will Forte, and he is the lead of the independent comedy Fat Camp.

In TV, Chris can be seen opposite Kathy Bates in Disjointed, Netflix’s pot-themed multi camera workplace comedy from Chuck Lorre. He will be featuring his half hour stand-up set on Comedy Central’s series Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents. He can be seen in Season 2 of the Netflix series Love and appears in Jake & Amir’s new digital series Lonely and Horny on Vimeo. He previously starred in the ABC pilot Family Fortune created by Matt Hubbard, Tina Fey, and Robert Carlock, and in Lou Wallach’s Unt Sketch Comedy Pilot for NBC. Additionally, Chris was featured as one of JFL’s New Faces of 2016 in Montreal. Originally from Chicago, Chris was a frequent performer at Second City, iO, The Annoyance, and The Playground.