Staten Island comedian joins new deteriorate of ‘SNL’

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Twenty-year-old comedian Pete Davidson, of Staten Island, has assimilated “Saturday Night Live” as a featured player. Deadline.com reported Monday that “SNL” executive writer Lorne Michaels hand-picked a standup comic for a show’s 40th season, premiering Sept. 27. Davidson incited to comedy during 16 as a healing opening after losing his firefighter father some years progressing on 9/11, Deadline said. He was mentored by Nick Cannon, who hired him as a semiregular on his MTV2 improv comedy array “Wild ‘N Out.” Davidson seemed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in April.

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