Buzz·Posted on Oct 6, 2014The Current Cast Of "SNL," Ranked From Best To WorstIf you don't agree, go ahead and re-rank the list.by Matthew PerpetuaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Aidy Bryant NBC Best known for: Morgan from the "Girlfriends Talk Show," Tinkerbell's half-sister Tonkerbell, Lil’ Baby Aidy in "(Do It On My) Twin Bed," and stealing most any sketch or song she appears in. 2. Kate McKinnon NBC Best known for: The miserable Russian peasant Olya Povlatsky, the desperate woman at last call, and her impressions of Ellen DeGeneres, Justin Bieber, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. 3. Cecily Strong NBC Best known for: Co-anchoring "Weekend Update" for a season, The Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation With at a Party, and being one of the two porn stars who appear in ads for luxury items. 4. Bobby Moynihan NBC Best known for: Drunk Uncle, Ass Dan, and that astronaut who is obsessed with his "little kitten." 5. Vanessa Bayer NBC Best known for: Jacob the Bar Mitzvah Boy, "J-pop American Fun Time Now," being one of the two porn stars who appear in ads for luxury items, and her impression of Miley Cyrus. 6. Kyle Mooney NBC Best known for: His surreal, awkward characters in various pre-recorded bits with Beck Bennett, and seeming totally stoned in random sketches. 7. Michael Che NBC Best known for: Immediately becoming the best "Weekend Update" anchor since Amy Poehler. 8. Taran Killam NBC Best known for: Jebediah Atkinson, Eddie, dancing to that one Robyn song, and being married to Cobie "Robin from How I Met Your Mother" Smulders. 9. Sasheer Zamata NBC Best known for: Impressions of Michelle Obama, Rihanna, and Kerry Washington, and singing in a lot of sketches. 10. Beck Bennett NBC Best known for: Being in lots of bizarre pre-taped bits with Kyle Mooney, playing the Baby Boss, and serving as a Phil Hartman-like straight man in sketches. 11. Jay Pharoah NBC Best known for: Impersonating Barack Obama, Jay Z, Kanye West, and Katt Williams. 12. Pete Davidson NBC Best known for: Being extremely young, killing it with a monologue in his first appearance on the show. 13. Kenan Thompson NBC Best known for: "What's Up with That?," Jean K. Jean, being on the show waaaay too long. 14. Colin Jost NBC Best known for: Co-hosting "Weekend Update," being the first 8 gallon jug of mayonnaise to be the head writer of Saturday Night Live.