NOTE: Be sure to listen at about 1:15 into our interview, when Tim treated us to some "Ladies Man" action. "Listen, it's kind of early in the morning for Leon Phelps to be up but he is up and ready...listen would you like a fish samich?"
If you were a fan of tv's "Saturday Night Live" in the 1990s, you will remember these guys.
Chris Kattan was known for his characters "Mr. Peepers" and "Gay Hitler", when you say Jon Lovitz, most people would say "That's the ticket!" and Tim Meadows biggest claim to fame, and the bit that led him to the big screen, "The Ladies Man".
All three of these funny guys will perform Wednesday night at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach.
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Tim Meadows called in on Tuesday to discuss the show and what he's been doing since he left SNL in 2000. Note that he was one of the longest running cast members on the show, starting in 1991. That became the butt of many jokes from hosts while doing their monologues, including Alec Baldwin and Mike Myers, who had been on the show with Meadows, but left long before he did.
Tim didn't actually appear on SNL at the same time as Lovitz, he came shortly after Jon left, but tells us that he got to know the man when Lovitz would come back to watch the show. He tells us about the Kravis performance: "Lovitz is our headliner and he does like an hour and he's really funny. Audiences love him."
This is a show that's been touring the country, and Meadows tells us this will be their tenth show. "We started doing this last year. The fun thing about doing these shows is that audiences that come to see me perform aren't used to just seeing me as myself so it's kind of fun to be myself and just talk to the audiences and get to know them a lot."
What's he doing today, besides the show with Lovitz and Kattan?
You'll see Meadows in Adam Sandler's "Grown Ups 2" next year. He had what he called a small part in the first film, but promises this one will be bigger.
He is also a regular voice in the animated tv show "Bob's Burgers" and appears on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson". Meadows has also been on "The Colbert Report" and appeared in several other films throughout the years.