Saturday Night Live has recruited three new faces for its upcoming 42nd season. Mikey Day, Alex Moffat and Melissa Villaseñor have joined the cast of the long-running sketch show, NBC announced Monday.
Day has been a writer on the series since 2013, but this will be his first season as a featured player. The Groundlings member also acted as a head writer and cast member on Maya & Marty, the Lorne Michaels-produced variety series that starred Maya Rudolph and Martin Short.
Moffat is a comedian from Chicago who already has one political impression under his belt: he starred in the two-person musical Hill n' Bill, in which he played Bill Clinton.
Villaseñor appeared on America's Got Talent in 2011, and now shows off her spot-on impressions on her YouTube channel and Facebook page. She previously auditioned for SNL in 2009 and managed to score a callback, but ultimately failed to make the cast.
"SNL is one of the main reasons why I started comedy at 15 and I pray to be there someday when I am ready and have even more to offer," she wrote at the time.
Saturday Night Live returns Oct. 1 at 11/10c on NBC.