Horatio Sanz Net Worth
Horatio Sanz is a Chilean/American actor and comedian who has a net worth of $2 million. Horatio Sanz has earned his net worth as a former regular cast member from 1998-2006 on Saturday Night Live. Recently he appeared on Comedy Central series Big Lake with Chris Parnell a former SNL co-star. He was born on June 4, 1969 in Santiago, Chile he has two older brothers. Horatio was raised in the North-Pulaski suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Sanz started his career by performing at several Chicago theaters including; The Court Theater and The Second City, he was also a co-founder of the Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) sketch comedy and improv troupe. He is still a member of the sketch troupe in the long-running "ASSSSCAT 3000", their major hit improv show that is performed at both the UBC's popular comedy theaters located in Los Angeles and New York. Sanz started working on the 31st season of Saturday Night Live in September 1998, he was hired to replace Tina Fey while she was on maternity leave. Sanz became Amy Poehler's co-anchor on the Weekend Update sketch. Later on September 20, 2006 SNL released a statement that Sanz along with Finesse Mitchell and Chris Parnell were dropped from the show. However since then he has been a special guest star on SNL three separate times, he appeared with Elton John on February 3, 2007, with presidential candidate Bill Richardson on November 3, 2007 and on the Christmas show that aired on December 17, 2011 as himself in a musical number ("I Wish It Was Christmas Today"). He has lost 100 pounds by November of 2008 by eating better and working out, and then he announced in an interview on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in June of 2009, he revealed that that much of his weight loss was due to his ability to quit drinking alcohol.