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Killam was featured on Nickelodeon's The Amanda Show, a sketch-comedy vehicle for Amanda Bynes, on which he played Spaulding, a boy who had a huge crush on Moody, in the soap opera parody "Moody's Point".
Killam joined the cast of MADtv as a featured player during its seventh season from 2001 to 2002.
He was a regular cast member on the third and fourth seasons of Nick Cannon's Wild 'N Out.
In 2005, Killam co-starred in the television pilot Nobody's Watching, which never aired on network TV.
alums Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah have landed coveted new TV gigs, days after both were let go from NBC’s late-night staple. Showtime President and CEO David Nevins addressed Killam and Pharoah’s castings for the two comedies, alluding to the fact that discussions with the actors had been ongoing for a while.
RELATED: Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah Not Returning to 'Saturday Night Live'“Our conversations had been with the actors,” Nevins told reporters at summer Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday.
Of the 25 episodes that aired during MADtvs seventh season, Killam appeared fully in 13 episodes.
The couple, who has been engaged for three years, married at the Alisal Guest Ranch and Resort in Solvang, Calif.
After the news broke, Killam spoke to Uproxx about his abrupt departure, admitting, “I don’t know fully [what happened].
I don’t know the other side of it.”“You sign for seven years, so I had one more year,” he said.
Killam named Eddie Murphy as his favorite SNL cast member and Arcade Fire as his favorite musical guest.
In December 2011, Killam replicated the Robyn video "Call Your Girlfriend" in a small writer's room and posted it to You Tube.