On Stage at the Kennedy Center: The Mark Twain Prize Celebrating Lorne Michaels 2004 - 2005 (TV Show)
Wayne State University
Joined the cast of the live-action/animated hybrid sitcom "Son of Zorn"
Appeared in the Judd Apatow comedy "Trainwreck"
Landed a recurring role on the TV series "Marry Me"
Voiced the role of Mike on the animated series "Bob's Burgers"
Reunited with fellow "SNL" alums Sandler, Spade, Norm MacDonald and Dana Carvey in "Jack and Jill"
Appeared in the ensemble comedy "Grown Ups," about five friends who reunite for a Fourth of July holiday weekend; film starred Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, and Rob Schneider
Appeared in a supporting role in "Semi-Pro" opposite fellow "Saturday Night Live" alum Will Ferrell
Appeared in a supporting role in "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story"
Cast as the high school principal in "Mean Girls"; written by (and co-starring) fellow SNL cast member Tina Fey
Co-starred in the midseason replacment sitcom "Leap of Faith" (NBC)
Reprised role of Leon Phelps, a popular "SNL" sketch character, in the feature "The Ladies Man"
Co-starred on "The Michael Richards Show" (NBC), playing a detective with a Peeping Tom past
Lent his voice to a character in the holiday special "Olive, the Other Reindeer" (Fox)
Guest starred on the odd Comedy Central series "Strangers With Candy"
Featured in a public service annoucement sponsored by the Free Tibet organization, comparing the Tibetan struggle for civil rights to that of African-Americans in the 1960s
Performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC in the Second City production "Truth, Justice, and the American Way"
Played Sammy Davis Jr in "Wayne's World 2"
Nominated for an Emmy as part of the "SNL" writing team
Made feature debut with a small role in "Coneheads"; inspired by the classic "SNL" sketch and produced by Lorne Michaels
Joined the NBC sketch comedy series "Saturday Night Live"; became a regular player in 1993
Relocated to Chicago, IL
Raised in Detroit, MI
Joined the famed Second City comedy troupe; worked alongside Chris Farley
Meadows was on "Saturday Night Live" for ten seasons (1991-2000), making him one of the longest tenured cast members in the show's history.