Dana Carvey rose to fame during a six-year stint on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, in which he played several fan-favorite characters including “Church Lady,” “Garth” and “Hans,” as well as spot-on impersonations of President George H.W. Bush, Johnny Carson, Ross Perot and Regis Philbin. Carvey’s work on SNL earned him six Emmy Award nominations, including a 1993 Award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program. He also received numerous American Comedy Awards and an MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Duo for his performance in Wayne’s World. He also just debuted a brand new standup special for Netflix entitled Straight White Male, 60.