Sasheer Zamata exits 'Saturday Night Live'

Vanessa Bayer and Bobby Moynihan aren't the only beloved Saturday Night Live cast members leaving the show after season 42 - Sasheer Zamata is also not returning next season, multiple sources tell ET. She's been with the show longer than any other female cast member. "What a fantastic end to a fantastic season, thanks SNL".

Entertainment Tonight was first to report Zamata's exit.

After the show, Zamata posted a photo on Instagram of "Weekend Update" host Colin Jost and Saturday host Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson holding her up on stage.

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Behind-the-scenes photos that have circulated online also show guest stars Alec Baldwin and Tom Hanks hoisting Moynihan on their shoulders, while SNL performers Beck Neckett and Alex Moffat carried Bayer.

After hopping aboard the show in 2014, Zamata quickly gained clout amongst the SNL crew and the series' devoted fans.

Since joining the SNL cast, Zamata has continued her stand-up career and recently released her first special, Pizza Mind, via Seeso this past March. He's also appeared in plenty of movies over the years in bit parts, as well as voiced the character Panda on the animated series We Bare Bears, and that will surely continue in the years to come.


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