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Also Known As: Horatio Sans Died:
Born: June 4, 1969 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Chile Profession: actor, comedian, writer

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Dark-haired and portly, with the energy and manner of a madman and seemingly limitless comic potential, Horatio Sanz joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live" in 1998 and was immediately compared to the late "SNL" great John Belushi. Raised in Chicago, Sanz became the first Latino cast member in "Saturday Night Live" history, but those familiar with his groundbreaking comedy theater work were disappointed with the mostly background work Sanz was getting in his first season, appearing infrequently with often reigned-in impersonations of celebrities including Larry Flynt, Meat Loaf and Jerry Garcia.

Dark-haired and portly, with the energy and manner of a madman and seemingly limitless comic potential, Horatio Sanz joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live" in 1998 and was immediately compared to the late "SNL" great John Belushi. Raised in Chicago, Sanz became the first Latino cast member in "Saturday Night Live" history, but those familiar with his groundbreaking comedy theater work were disappointed with the mostly background work Sanz was getting in his first season, appearing infrequently with often reigned-in impersonations of celebrities including Larry Flynt, Meat Loaf and Jerry Garcia.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 G.B.F. (2013)
2.
 Wreck-It Ralph (2012)
3.
 Bachelorette (2012)
4.
 Dictator, The (2012)
5.
 High Road (2011)
6.
 Year One (2009)
7.
 Step Brothers (2008)
8.
 Lucky You (2007)
9.
10.
 Man, The (2005)
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Raised in Chicago, Illinois
:
Member of the Chicago-based comedy group, ImprovOlympic; created the improvisational sketch known as The Harold
1991:
Co-founded the Upright Citizens Brigade comedy troupe in Chicago
1994:
Played an orderly in the feature remake of the holiday classic "Miracle on 34th Street"
1996:
Member of The Second City comedy troupe
1998:
Cast as a featured player on "Saturday Night Live" (NBC)
1999:
Promoted to cast regular on "Saturday Night Live"; let go in 2006, due to budgetary cuts
2000:
Played a cook who gets back at a picky customer in a most unsavory way in the sophomoric comedy "Road Trip"
2001:
Co-starred in the raunchy comedy "Tomcats"
2003:
Along with Cuba Gooding, Jr., co-starred in the cruise ship comedy "Boat Trip"
2005:
Cast in the Comedy "Rebound" opposite Martin Lawrence
2006:
Played Diego, a punching bag for his hen-pecker of a wife in Todd Phillips' "School For Scoundrels"
2007:
Cast in Curtis Hanson's "Lucky You" opposite Eric Bana and Drew Barrymore
2009:
Played Cheryl Hines' character¿s manny in the ABC sitcom "In The Motherhood"
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Notes

Sanz was the first Latino regular on "Saturday Night Live".

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mother:
Sylvia Sanz.

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