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Check Out Taran Killam in This Hilarious His Pre-'SNL' Spoof: 'Three Matthew McConaugheys and A Baby'

By Dustin Rowles | Videos | March 27, 2014 | Comments ()


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Taran Killam, who is well on his way to completely blowing up on Saturday Night Live, has actually been around for a while. Like everyone is of his generation, he actually made his television debut on MTV’s Undressed back in 1999, did a stint on MadTV in 2001, and bounced around in bit roles. You may not remember this, but he was also actually in Scrubs, playing Jimmy the Overly Touchy Orderly.

A couple of weeks ago, on SNL, he nearly stole the entire show away from host Lena Dunham, and one of his more impressive segment was as Matthew McConaughey on “Weekend Update” talking about True Detective. It was not, however, Taran Killam’s first McConaughey impression. Back in 1999, he, two other guys, and Olivia Munn made this terrific spoof of Three Men and a Baby called Three Matthew McConaugheys and a Baby for Funny or Die.



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  • David Brown

    How about a Kickstarter campaign to fund a Proofreader / Copy Editor position around here?

  • Sarah Weissman

    I've had a little crush on him since his guest spot on "Community" (He was the glee teacher in the musical Christmas episode) and have been watching him on SNL, where I think he's easily the MVP. Nice to see him as a bit role in Oscar-winning 12 Years a Slave, too! I hope he becomes a huge star.

  • He was also on MTV's Wild N' Out.

  • cruzzercruz

    Somehow I don't think Funny or Die existed in 1999. Or that Olivia Munn was a thing.

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