The Miami Valley will have to wait a little longer to see a local grad show off his comedy chops on Saturday night’s biggest stage.
Lakota East grad Luke Null did not land in any sketches on his first episode of Saturday Night Live’s 43rd season.
Still, the former comedian at iO Theater in Chicago was right there in the mix with Jay-Z, Ryan Gosling and fellow cast members during the show’s wrap-up.
He got in on the fun after veteran SNL cast member Kate McKinnon, a recent Emmy winner, pulled Null on the stage for a moment in the sun.
Null blew a kiss to the camera as Gosling said his goodnights.
Here three things to know about the 27-year-old.
1 🤣 He’s a Bobcat
Null graduated from Ohio University, where he majored in geographical information science.
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2 🤣 He was a cute kid
Just look at these photos from Null’s Instagram page.
3 🤣 He’s a part of the Who Dey nation (and has a sense of humor about it)
He cheers for the hometown team as much as one can.
4 🤣 He’s been working
Null stretched his sketch comedy and music muscles in Chicago.
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5🤣 He’s an Eagle Scout
He designed and constructed the outdoor education area still used at his mom’s school in South Lebanon, Warren County.
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