Horatio Sanz is a Chilean-American comedian, actor, and writer. One of Sanz’s breakout roles was his time as a cast member on the popular sketch comedy show “Saturday Night Live.” During his tenure from 1998 to 2006, Sanz became known for his hilarious impressions of celebrities such as Ozzy Osbourne, Aaron Neville, and Carol Channing. He also became known for his original characters, including “Gobi,” a hapless boy who always seems to find himself in trouble.
In addition to his work on “Saturday Night Live,” Sanz has also appeared in a variety of films and television shows throughout his career. He had a recurring role on the hit show “The King of Queens” and has appeared in films such as “Road Trip” and “Boat Trip.” He also lent his voice to the animated film “The Polar Express.”
One of the milestones in Sanz’s career was his involvement in the sketch comedy group “The Upright Citizens Brigade.” He co-founded the group with Matt Besser, Amy Poehler, and Ian Roberts, and it has become one of the most influential comedy groups of all time. The group’s unique style of comedy has influenced countless performers and has helped to shape the modern comedy landscape.
Sanz has collaborated with a number of celebrities and influential people throughout his career. He has worked with fellow “Saturday Night Live” cast members such as Will Ferrell, Jimmy Fallon, and Tina Fey. He has also collaborated with actors such as Ben Stiller, Jack Black, and Owen Wilson. In addition, Sanz has worked with musicians such as Dave Grohl, who appeared in a sketch with him on “Saturday Night Live.”