John Bair

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John D. Bair is an American actor and stand-up comic. Born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania and raised in Rowayton, Connecticut, Bair is the youngest of four sons of Robert and Barbara Bair. John (first name) D. Bair studied at Stella Adler Conservatory in New York City. Bair trained in comedy at The Manhattan Punchline and The New York Comedy Institute, and honed his skills at New York comedy clubs including Caroline's On Broadway and Don't Tell Mama. His first skit on Saturday Night Live (SNL) was "Carl's Quik-Stop" which featured newbie Chris Farley. Carl Mueller (played by host George Steinbrenner) couldn't find the nerve to fire his lazy employees. The skit also featured Kevin Nealon and Phil Hartman. John has worked in several other SNL classics including "George Will's Sports Machine" written by Conan O'Brien, "Community College Bowl" with Jeff Daniels and "The Sensitive Naked Man" in which the shows host, Martin Lawrence was banned from NBC after his uncensored monologue shocked late night viewers and NBC executives. Bair has been featured on several other sketch shows including Late Night With Conan O'Brien and Upright Citizens Brigade.
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