"Saturday Night Live" alum Bill Hader joins The Times' Glenn Whipp in the newsroom to take your questions.

He played a creepy Keith Morrison and a forever put-upon Lindsey Buckingham. His freaky James Carville still gives us the willies, frankly. He has also portrayed Al Pacino, Vincent Price and Julian Assange, too many smarmy game show hosts to remember and, of course, Stefon, "Weekend Update's" flamboyant New York City correspondent, whose guide to the city departs dramatically from the familiar hot spots.

"Saturday Night Live's" Bill Hader will be dropping by Thursday at 3 p.m. PDT for a live chat to talk about his stint on the late-night franchise, which brought him a second consecutive Emmy nomination this year.

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Hader left "Saturday Night Live" at the end of the just-completed season. He joined the show in 2005 and was promoted to a full cast member the following year.

We'll talk about his decision to depart the show, his recent move to Los Angeles and what local spots Stefon might recommend if he relocated too. And we'll ask your questions as well: Just post them in the comments section or tweet them to @asklatimes.

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