Chris Redd Biography
Chris Redd (fullname; Christopher Jerell Redd) is an American actor and comedian best known as a cast member of Saturday Night Live since 2017. In 2018 ,he won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for co-writing the SNL song “Come Back Barack”.
Chris Redd Age
Redd is 36 years old as of October 2021. He was born as Christopher Jerell Redd on March 25, 1985 in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. He celebrates his birthday on 25th March every year.
Chris Redd Height and Weight
Redd stands at a height of 5ft 7inch (1.75 m) and weight is 70 kg (154.32 lbs).
Chris Redd Family
Redd was born in the Missouri city of St. Louis. He and his family relocated to Naperville, a Chicago suburb, when he was eight years old. He hasn’t revealed anything about his parents or siblings, if he has any. As a child, Redd had a stutter, which he revealed. He rapped his way out of his stutter.
Chris Redd Wife
Currently, Redd is not married and has not shared any information on his relationship statu. However, this information is under review and will be updated soon.
Chris Redd Career
Redd initially wanted to be a rapper, but after discovering that he enjoyed improvised comedy, he changed his mind and began drawing satire. He studied parody at Chicago’s Jokes and Notes, which is now closed. Redd was a member of the satirical troupe The Second City and worked for its travel agency. He later relocated to Los Angeles in 2016 to pursue his acting career further, and he made his film debut in the 2016 mockumentary Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping as Hunter the Hungry, an underground rapper. Redd after that appeared in the Netflix parody series Disjointed from 2017 to 2018, portraying Dank, a stoner.
Saturday Night Live
After a past fruitless tryout for the sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live, it was finally declared in September 2017 that Redd had joined the show’s given a role as an included player for season 43, close by individual newbies Heidi Gardner and Luke Null.
Redd’s presentation stand-up satire collection, But Here We Are, was delivered by Comedy Central Records in March 2019. As of February 2021, Redd co-stars in the parody TV series Kenan, close by his SNL castmate Kenan Thompson. As a result of their continuous jobs in the two shows brought about regular travel between New York City, where SNL is shot, and Los Angeles, where Kenan is recorded. Most importantly Redd is scheduled to show up in the forthcoming film Spinning Gold as Frankie Crocker, the plate jockey for the principal dark music radio broadcast in New York. Afterwards he has other forthcoming ventures incorporate the Lorne Michaels–created satire series Bust Down, in which Redd plays a disappointed gambling club representative, and a stand-up parody exceptional on HBO Max.
Chris Redd Emmy Award
In 2018, Redd was awarded a Primetime Emmy Award as a result of Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for composing the SNL melody “Return Barack”, which mourned previous president Barack Obama’s takeoff from the White House and broadcasted during Chance the Rapper’s scene on November 18, 2017. Subsequently the honor was imparted to co-authors Kenan Thompson and Will Stephen, and writer Eli Brueggemann. Likewise, Redd and Gardner were elevated to repertory status in 2019, in front of SNL’s 45th season. His VIP impacts on the show have included U.S. Congressperson Cory Booker, Kanye West, and Sterling K. Brown.
Chris Redd Movies
- Scare Me
- Vampires vs. the Bronx
- A Futile and Stupid Gesture
- Deep Murder
- Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
- Spinning Gold
Chris Redd TV Shows
- Star vs. the Forces of Evil
- Big Mouth
- Sofia the First Singe
- Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later
- Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents
- Saturday Night Live
- Will & Grace Alvin
- Lonely and Horny
- Comedy Bang! Bang!
- Chicago P.D.
Chris Redd Salary and Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $10million which he has earned through his career as a comedian and an actor. However, details of his annual salary are not known to the public yet.