Sasheer Zamata, who joined the comedians at Studio 8H as a featured player in 2014 before being bumped up to full cast member, will not return to the long-running NBC show following this weekend’s season 42 finale, according to Entertainment Weekly. (NBC would not comment and Zamata’s agent did not immediately return a request for comment.)
Unlike Moynihan and Bayer, who both announced that they would be departing the show prior to Saturday’s season finale, the 31-year-old actress has not publicly commented on the news.
Zamata did share a celebratory Instagram Sunday morning featuring “Weekend Update” host Colin Jost and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson lifting her up with Katy Perry looking on with a smile during the closing credits.
“Wow,” she wrote. “What a fantastic end to a fantastic season, thanks SNL.”
During the closing credits, Zamata could be seen huddled with Bayer and other cast members as they said their goodbyes.
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“I feel like I’ve definitely become a better writer since working on the show,” Zamata previously told EW about her time on SNL. “And things that I haven’t been able to use on the show have gone into my performance onstage. I think by default my work has become more political and a little more biting than it was before, which I like.”
Sasheer released her first stand-up special, Pizza Mind, on Seeso this past March.
Bayer announced on Instagram just hours before the finale that she’d be leaving behind the show she’s been a part of since 2010.
“Thank you SNL for 7 years of laughs, love and incredible memories,” she wrote. “It has been a dream come true.”
Moynihan, who spent nine seasons on the show, had a particularly pressing though not surprising reason to leave: CBS has officially picked up his single-camera sitcom pilot Me, Myself and I, which will begin airing in the fall.