Jerry Minor is an American actor and comedian best known as a regular cast member of the comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live, from 2000-2001.
Born in Memphis, TN and raised in Flint, MI, he comes from the famed Second City stage, where he was the first performer ever to appear with every Second City stage, performing with the companies in Detroit, Chicago and Toronto for a total of 10 stage revues.
A former cast member of Saturday Night Live and HBO's Mr. Show with Bob and David, Minor was also in the cast of the groundbreaking but short-lived 4-camera sitcom for HBO, Lucky Louie, as Louis CK's African-American neighbour who suffered Louie's clumsy attempts at friendship.
Minor has appeared on such television shows as Arrested Development, The Awful Truth with Michael Moore, and on Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Trigger Happy TV and Crank Yankers.
He also makes regular guest appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Feature credits include Semi Pro with Will Ferrell, Beer League with Artie Lange, plus appearances in Anchorman, Let's Go to Prison, directed by Bob Odenkirk, and Junebug.
Minor lives in L.A. and is a popular performer at Largo, M-Bar, UCB Theatre and other alternative comedy venues, where he showcases his many characters.