There is no question that Saturday Night Live is a fantastic place to find comedic talent. But, how does it rate when creating big-time movie stars?
When a Saturday Night Live alum becomes a Hollywood stalwart, they usually become a huge blockbuster maker.
Oh, and how about the billion dollar man that you can see when you watch Iron Man online?
Click through and see our 13 Saturday Night Live alums who went on to movie stardom!
1. Will Ferrell
Will Ferrell has had all sorts of success in Hollywood. From Anchorman to Talladega Nights to Semi-Pro, he knows how to bring the funny... and audiences into theaters!
2. Eddie Murphy
Although some of his success happened while on SNL (48 Hours, Trading Places), Murphy went out to huge box office succes with Beverly Hills Cop and Coming to America, among others.
3. Bill Murray
Bill Murray has done it all and not stopped since he became a huge movie star with Caddyshack. Heck, you can see him soon on screen in The Grand Budapest Hotel from frequent collaborator Wes Anderson.
4. Dan Aykroyd
Dan Aykroyd not only starred in huge films after leaving SNL, he wrote many of them, including Ghostbusters and The Blues Brothers.
5. Kristen Wiig
Kristen Wiig is just beginning her huge Hollywood run. But with what she did with Bridesmaids and its blockbuster success, we'd say her future is beyond bright.
6. Mike Myers
Whether it's his work on Wayne's World (a former SNL skit!) to the three Austin Powers movies, Myers created big box office.
7. Chris Rock
Chris Rock has appeared in movies that have generated hundreds of millions of dollars. From the Madagascar films to Grown Ups and its sequel, Rock is rock solid now as a movie star.
8. Tina Fey
Not only was she a writer for SNL, but she created Emmy-winning 30 Rock and is now on her way to huge Hollywood success. Whether it's Baby Mama, Date Night or the upcoming Muppets Most Wanted, Fey finds the funny.
9. Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr. has amassed a film career where his films have earned billions of dollars. Yes, that's billions with a "b!"
10. Billy Crystal
Billy Crystal helped revive SNL when it needed it, and then went on to Hollywood success with City Slickers, When Harry Met Sally and of course, the Monsters University movies.
11. Adam Sandler
Where to start with Adam Sandler? Although some question the quality of his brand, there is no denying it is a business all to itself. Happy Madison productions (his company) is one of the most profitable in Hollywood. Period.
12. Chevy Chase
Although his movie career has waned, there is no denying how huge Chevy Chase was on screen. From Caddyshack, the Vacation movies, and of course Fletch, Chase created comedies people wanted to see.