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Hall at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival
|Born||William Brad Hall
March 21, 1958
Santa Barbara, California, USA
|Occupation||Actor, Writer, Director|
|Spouse(s)||Julia Louis-Dreyfus (1987–present)|
William Brad Hall (born March 21, 1958) is an American writer, actor and director, best known as a Saturday Night Live news anchor on Saturday Night News. He was also the creator of the TV series The Single Guy and Watching Ellie. He has appeared in various motion pictures, most notably the 1986 cult classic Troll and as Nancy Allen's boyfriend in 1990's Limit Up.
Hall was born in Santa Barbara, California. He is married to actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld, Saturday Night Live, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Veep), whom he met while both were attending Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. They both performed on SNL from 1982 to 1984 and guest starred together on two episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm. They have two sons, Henry (b. 1992) and Charles (b. 1997).
Recurring characters on SNL
- Mike Phillips, friend of El Dorko (Gary Kroeger)
- The Human Stapler, a superhero who uses his hands to bind his victims (a member of The Interesting Four)
- Larry Rolans, the host of Larry's Corner.
- John DeLorean
- John Hinckley
- Noel Paul Stookey
- Pete Best
- Walter Mondale
- William F. Buckley
- John Lennon
- Ellis, Cynthia. "Interview: Brad Hall and Julia Louis-Dreyfus Picture Paris". The Huffington Post. AOL-HuffPost Entertainment. Retrieved 6 March 2013.
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