A native of Chicago, Horatio Sanz is a former cast member for Saturday Night Live. Sanz performed in numerous sketches and created such characters as the stoner "Gobi" on the collegiate webcast "Jarrett's Room," Sully and Denise's friend Frankie, The "Wake Up Wakefield" faculty advisor Mr. Banglian and Jasper Hahn, the political cartoonist for "Weekend Update." Over the years, Sanz, backed by castmates Jimmy Fallon, Chris Kattan and Tracy Morgan, have sung the praises of the holiday season, performing "Christmas is Number One" throughout the year... regardless of the calendar. His impressions included Ozzy Osbourne, Elton John, Gene Shalit, as well as portraying two-thirds of the "Axis of Evil" Saddam Hussein and Kim Jong Il. Sanz co-starred with Cuba Gooding Jr. in the feature film "Boat Trip," and has also starred in the comedy "Tomcats" and was featured in the hit movie "Road Trip." He has also appeared on NBC's "Ed" opposite Chris Parnell. Prior to SNL, Sanz was a writer and performer at theaters including the Court Theater and Chicago's famed Second City has also produced current cast members Rachel Dratch and Tina Fey as well as such famed SNL alums as John Belushi, Chris Farley and Bill Murray (among many others). He is also one of the founding members of The Upright Citizens Brigade.