In 2006, he was promoted to Weekend Update co-anchor on "Saturday Night Live" (1975) with Amy Poehler.
He commutes to "Saturday Night Live" (1975) by subway from his apartment in the West Village.
Eventually, the road took him to Amsterdam, where he was the writer and co-star of a two-person comedy show called "Pick-ups and Hiccups" that he and Jill Benjamin staged five nights a week in a 200-seat theater. With Amsterdam as his home base, he did versions of the show in London and Edinburgh--even Singapore--but it was during a brief run at the Chicago Improv Festival that he caught the eye of a "Saturday Night Live" (1975) casting director. He was invited to New York for a try-out, then a follow-up, and then he was hired.
Promoted to full cast member status of "Saturday Night Live" (1975) in August 2003 along with Jeff Richards and Will Forte.
Brother of Josh Meyers, a cast member of "MADtv" (1995).
Did the introduction for WMUR's Friday Night Football broadcast on September 24, 2004.