Seth Meyers




New Hampshire's own Seth Meyers will perform at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom.The NH-born comedian got his start with the comedy group Boom Chicago, which took him around the world to places like London, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Singapore and more.During a performance at the Chicago Improv Festival, he came to the attention of "Saturday Night Live" producers and was soon hired as one of the featured cast members.Meyers appeared in the recurring "Jarret's Room" sketch as DJ Jonathan Feinstein as well as co-hosting the Irish talk show "Top O' The Morning" as William Fitzpatrick, opposite Jimmy Fallon's Patrick Fitzwilliam. He has also contributed notable impressions of Hugh Grant, Russell Crowe, Tobey Maguire, Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry and NBC News' Stone Phillips and Brian Williams.Now in his 10th season on "Saturday Night Live," his fifth season as head writer and his fifth season as anchor of "Weekend Update," he returns home to NH for a rare stand up appearance.Most recently you may have seen him as host of the 2010 ESPY Awards and the 2011 White House Correspondents' Dinner.
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