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Kevin Nealon has made a name for himself in the American entertainment business. His spontaneous wit, sense of humor, and likable personality have helped him stand out from other comedians. After failing at a number of sitcoms and small parts in American teen movies, he has finally become one of the most popular TV stars and stand-up comedians of his generation. Nealon is best known for being on “Saturday Night Live” and playing different characters on the show. “The Subliminal Man” and “Hans and Franz” are two of his most well-known and memorable characters from “Saturday Night Live.” He has also been a guest star on shows like “The Larry Sanders Show,” “Dharma and Greg,” “Third Rock from the Sun,” and “Crank Yankers,” all of which have won awards. His movies have done well both critically and financially, and they are still at the top of DVD sales. ‘Happy Gilmore,’ ‘Anger Management,’ ‘Little Nicky,’ ‘The Wedding Singer,’ ‘Daddy Day Care,’ ‘Good Boy!,’ and ‘Grandma’s Boy’ are some of the movies in which he has acted.

Early years and childhood

Kevin Nealon was born in St. Louis, Missouri, to Emmett Nealon, who ran an airplane company, and Kathleen Nealon.
A few months after he was born, his family moved to Bridgeport, Connecticut. He grew up in a busy area of Bridgeport city.

He got his diploma from St. Joseph High School in Trumbull, Connecticut, in 1971. He played the guitar in high school, but he was too scared to play on stage.

Later, he went to Sacred Heart University and got a bachelor’s degree in marketing. Then, he moved to Los Angeles to try to make a living as a comedian.

Kevin Nealon’s Career

In 1984, he made his first TV appearance on Johnny Carson’s “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.” He did a stand-up act for the show.
In 1986, he and his friend Dana Carvey both joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live.” He worked on the show full-time, and he stayed there for nine seasons.

In 1991, he was in “All I Want for Christmas,” an American comedy film that was directed by Robert Lieberman.
In 1994, he was the host of the 13-part series “Amazing America,” which was shown on the “Discovery Channel.”
In 1996, he was in the sports comedy film “Happy Gilmore,” which was directed by Dennis Dugan. The reviews were mixed, but the movie did very well at the box office.

In the comedy film “Little Nicky,” which was made by Steven Brill in 2000, he played the part of “Tit-head the Gatekeeper.”
In the 2003 American slapstick comedy film “Anger Management,” which starred Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson, he played the lawyer named “Sam.” Peter Segal was in charge of making the movie.

He was also in movies like “Daddy Day Care” and “Good Boy!” while playing “Ted Halverson” on the CBS comedy show “Still Standing.”
In 2005, he played himself in season 5, episode 4 of the American comedy show “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” which is made by HBO and shown on satellite TV.

In 2006, he played the role of “Mr. Cheezle” in the comedy film “Grandma’s Boy.”
In the first season of the TV show “Monk,” he played a patient, and in the TV show “The Outer Limits,” he was “Dr. Mark Crest.”

He has hosted “World’s Funniest Commercials” on TBS, played a couple of counselors on “3rd Rock from the Sun,” and had a short part in the movie “Get Smart.”
In 2009, he was in the sci-fi comedy “Aliens in the Attic” with Carter Jenkins, Ashley Tisdale, Robert Hoffman, Henri Young, Regan Young, and Austin Butler.

Kevin Nealon: Now Hear Me Out!, his first stand-up comedy special, aired on September 4, 2009.
In the Showtime network TV show “Weeds,” he played the part of Doug Wilson.

Works of note

The show was inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2000. It is best known as a member of “Saturday Night Live.” It was ranked tenth on TV Guide’s list of the 50 best TV shows of all time and was on Time Magazine’s list of the 100 best TV shows of all time.

“Weeds” is the most popular show on the Showtime network, and Time magazine named it one of the “Top 10 Returning Series of 2007.”

Personal History and Legacies

He married Linda Dupree in 1989, but they split up in 2002.

On September 3, 2005, he got married to the American actress Susan Melinda Yeagley. The two of them have a child together.

He wrote the book “Yes, You’re Pregnant, But What About Me?” in 2008. It’s a book about what he did while his wife, Susan Melinda, was pregnant.

Estimated Net worth

Kevin Nealon is a $12 million-worth American comedian, actor, writer, and producer. Nealon first appeared on network TV in 1984 on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.” Within two years, he was asked to join “Saturday Night Live,” where he spent nine seasons.


This famous American comedian likes to play rugby and has played for the Connecticut Yankees RFC.
This well-known TV personality loves to play golf, poker, and the guitar. Since he was 18, he hasn’t eaten any meat.