VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING: Mikey Day is a perfect choice for a lighthearted program and break from the new norm
Saturday Night Live (SNL) cast member, MIKEY DAY has returned for his highly anticipated fifth season as a cast member (and eighth as a writer) with the entire cast coming together for the first time since the lockdown. Groups looking for a much needed boost or break form the norm look to Mikey Day for comedic relief. Whether virtual or in-person events, Day is a fantastic host, hilarious emcee, engaging interviewer, and delivers fun and impassioned keynote speeches and moderated discussions. Mikey Day isn’t afraid to step outside of the box for a good laugh. When we all went virtual, Day pulled others into his skits for a good laugh. Whatever your group’s need, Mikey Day is a perfect choice for a lighthearted program that promises to be a break from this new norm.
Mikey Day returns to "Saturday Night Live" for his fourth season as a cast member after joining the show as a writer in the 39th season.
During his first season as a cast member, Day gained recognition for his wildly popular "Haunted Elevator (ft. David S. Pumpkins)" sketch with Tom Hanks as well as his Donald Trump Jr. impression.
Day was a member of the Groundlings comedy troupe in Los Angeles and a cast member on Nick Cannon's MTV comedy series "Wild 'n Out" for seven seasons. He was also a co-head writer and cast member on NBC's "Maya & Marty" and co-writer for the 2016 comedy "Brother Nature." Alongside "SNL" writer Streeter Seidell, Day wrote the Disney "Home Alone" reboot, and the duo is currently writing Disney's reboot of "Inspector Gadget." Most recently, Day can be seen in Amazon's "Brittany Runs a Marathon" and Universal's Will Packer-produced comedy "Little," opposite Issa Rae.
Day will appear in Netflix's upcoming Adam Sandler film "Hubie Halloween."
He is from Orange County, California, and his birthday is March 20.