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'Saturday Night Live' stars of the '70s: Where they are — and how they look! — more than four decades later

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 28: Live from New York, it's... the show that's been bringing the late-night laughs since 1975! That's when a young group of comedians with names like Chevy Chase, Gilda Radner and Jane Curtin changed TV comedy forever and paved the way for future talents like Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell, Tina Fey and many more. Join Wonderwall.com as we celebrate OG "Saturday Night Live" cast member Dan Aykroyd's 70th birthday on July 1, 2022, by checking in with all the '70s stars of the iconic comedy show. Let's kick it off with the birthday boy... Dan initially was hired — at $278 a week — as an "SNL" writer. He became a cast member before the show debuted and is widely considered one of its greatest stars of of all time, thanks to his flawless impersonations of celebs ranging from Richard Nixon to Julia Child and unforgettable characters like Coneheads family patriarch Beldar; one of "Two Wild and Crazy Guys" with Steve Martin; and of course half of the Blues Brothers with the late, great John Belushi.Keep reading to find out what happened to Dan and the rest of the '70s cast...

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Live from New York, it's... the show that's been bringing the late-night laughs since 1975! That's when a young group of comedians with names like Chevy Chase, Gilda Radner and Jane Curtin changed TV comedy forever and paved the way for future talents like Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell, Tina Fey and many more. Join Wonderwall.com as we celebrate OG "Saturday Night Live" cast member Dan Aykroyd's 70th birthday on July 1, 2022, by checking in with all the '70s stars of the iconic comedy show. Let's kick it off with the birthday boy... Dan initially was hired — at $278 a week — as an "SNL" writer. He became a cast member before the show debuted and is widely considered one of its greatest stars of of all time, thanks to his flawless impersonations of celebs ranging from Richard Nixon to Julia Child and unforgettable characters like Coneheads family patriarch Beldar; one of "Two Wild and Crazy Guys" with Steve Martin; and of course half of the Blues Brothers with the late, great John Belushi.

Keep reading to find out what happened to Dan and the rest of the '70s cast...

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