This past weekend, Saturday Night Live poked fun at its diversity problem. This list should help demonstrate exactly how bad that problem is.
2. Wilma McNabb
Kenan Thompson played retired NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb’s mother Wilma McNabb during the “Why Brady?” skit in February 2005.
4. Dr. Vivian Stam
Tim Meadows played astrologer Dr. Vivian Stam during the “Dog Show” skit on March 20, 1999.
7. Claudine Parker
Tracy Morgan dressed up as Claudine Parker during the “Trial” skit on Dec. 11, 1999.
9. Virginiaca Hastings
Kenan Thompson portrayed the fictional Virginiaca Hastings during “St. Ambrose School” skit on Oct. 7, 2006.
11. Mrs. Stapleton
Tracy Morgan portrayed Mrs. Stapleton during the “Publisher’s Clearing House Giveaway” skit on Jan. 10, 1998.
13. Eleanor Johnsonduring
Tracy Morgan as Eleanor Johnsonduring on April, 20, 2002.
17. Barbara Birmingham
Kenan Thompson plays the recurring character of chain-smoking nanny Barbara Birmingham during Weekend Update.
21. Robbin Grider and Lorena Porter Shelby
Finesse Mitchell and Kenan Thompson portrayed, respectively, Robbin Grider and Lorena Porter Shelby of all-female pop-R&B band Klymaxx, during “The Best of Klymaxx” skit from Oct. 18, 2003.
23. Deronica and Yonette
Tracy Morgan was Deronica and Jerry Minor was Yonette during the “Fly Girls Reunion” skit on February 10, 2001.
25. Fatasia Divine
Tracy Morgan as Fatasia Divine during the ‘Big Love’ skit on March 14, 2009.
Kenan Thompson was the fictional patient Doreen during the “Face Transplant” skit on Dec. 10, 2005.
Finesse Mitchell played the character of Starkeisha during the “Political Starkeisha” skit on Oct., 9, 2004.
Not technically a cast member, but RuPaul played Danielle on the “What’s That?” game show skit on Sept. 25, 1993.
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