Chantal McStay

Producer, 'The Organist'

Producer of The Organist

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SNL’s Kyle Mooney on the art of crafting a three-dimensional bro impersonation and the ways in which the act of uploading a video to YouTube constitutes character development.

Episode 70: A New Career in a New Town

SNL’s Kyle Mooney on the art of crafting a three-dimensional bro impersonation and the ways in which the act of uploading a video to YouTube constitutes character development.

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