Mulani joins NBC’s “Late Night”, which Myers hosts as a staff writer, in a post from Twitter Mike Schumacher, Executive producer of the show. The Myers show attracts many comedians, including John Lutz, author of “30 Rock” and Michael Wolf. Myers has attracted some attention to his writers, sharing paintings with Amber Ruffin and Jenny Hegel. Ruffin now offers his own project on Peacock, an NBC streaming-video service.
“Late Night” and “SNL” are both executives produced by Lorne Michaels, and Mulani has ties to his cosmic plans. He has hosted “SNL” four times in the last three years, demonstrating an ability to boost energy for the project. Mulane is said to have been the writing force behind “Stephen”, the op-ed nightlife guide played by Bill Hadder, who often appeared in the “Weekend Update” section of the show. His most recent “SNL” appearance was on October 31.
Mulani has also maintained a stand-up career and has appeared in several specials on Netflix.
“I hope he stays for 100 years, but‘ I will settle down as long as John wants, ’Schumacher said in his post.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.