Is Kyle Mooney Leaving SNL?

Kyle Mooney is leaving the NBC sketch institution, with this Saturday 47 finale marking their final episode.

Mooney joined SNL in 2013, gaining fame for his offbeat brand of humor and becoming a stable of the show, more surreal sketches that air late in the episode. He also starred alongside Stephen Merchant on the HBO comedy Single Ladies.

He auditioned to join SNL in the summer of 2012, but he got rejected. Later, he again auditioned for the next season and was accepted.

On September 28, 2013, Kyle Mooney made his debut on SNL as a featured player. He was upgraded to repertory status at the start of the forty-one season.

Kyle Mooney - Relationship status?

Kyle Mooney is currently single. The 37-year-old star hasn't found her soulmate to date.

Mooney has had at least one previous relationship, according to the Celebscouples. He has not previously engaged.

Kyle Mooney, like most celebrities, prefers to keep his personal and love life private so check back often as we will continue to add new dating sites and rumors to this page.

Online rumors of Kyle Mooney's past may vary. While it's relatively simple to find out who's dating Kyle Mooney, it's harder to keep track of all his hookups, filings and breakups are more difficult.

What is the further working plan, Kyle Mooney?

Kyle Mooney is helping in the Saturday morning cartoon for a comeback. Netflix has released the trailer for Saturday Morning All-Star Hits, a new hybrid comedy series featuring a combination of adult animated segments and live-action.

Mooney co-created the fun throwback series with Dave McCary and Ben Jones. His past includes Stephen Merchant's HBO series "Hello Ladies", and the quirky but sweet indie movie "Brigsby Bear", which is now streaming on Hulu.

Kyle Mooney's Net worth

Kyle Mooney has a net worth of $3Million. His annual salary is $150,000.

In Saturday Night Live, actors in their first season are compensated with a base salary of $7,500 per episode. And a total of $147,000 for the whole season.

To hire a second-year cast member for a season costs $160,000. A cast member can expect to earn $15,000 per episode, a total of $315,000 for the season if they can make it to their fifth season.

Those who have worked at SNL for the longest or who are more crucial to the show are paid the most.