Not only was he able to make you feel gluttonous as the chocolate fiend, Randy, or teach you French, Kenan Thompson’s effortless portrayal of a myriad of characters lets you understand how he got to where he is now.
Kenan and Kel’s comedic connection was so strong that they appeared on the movie Good Burger, then got their own show “The Kenan and Kel Show.” At the end of the show’s run, Kenan focused more on movies, by appearing in Fat Albert. Snakes on a Plane, Barbershop 2, Love Don’t Cost a Thing, and others. He went back to television and was a recurring character on “The Steve Harvey Show” with his old All That cast members Kel Mitchel and Lori Beth Denberg. He ventured into voice acting with the Fox show “Sit Down, Shut Up,” but that show was cancelled after 4 episodes. He became a Saturday Night Live cast member in 2003, and has been going strong. Though he almost had a set back in 2008 when he was pulled over for erratic driving and his passenger had weed in his possession, but he’s been out of trouble since. He got married in 2011, hosts the “90s Are Back” Teen Nick programming block, and has begun developing his own television show and movie.