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Funny Man Kevin Nealon is Dead Serious
 When it Comes to Animals Rights

Kevin Nealon, formerly one of the stars of NBC's long-running late-night comedy series, "Saturday Night Live," (SNL) has been making people laugh since he began performing stand-up in the late '70s. Kevin had the longest SNL run of any of its cast members. During that time, he was lauded for his impersonations of such personalities as Sam Donaldson, Larry King and Jay Leno, but he is perhaps best known for the twisted wit of his critically acclaimed character, "The Subliminal Man." Soon, we'll get to see Kevin starring in his own sitcom on ABC called "Champs," debuting later this season. Yeah!

But beneath all of the laughter lies someone who is very serious when it comes to respecting animals and their rights. A devoted animal activist, Kevin and his wife, Linda, work tirelessly to protect the rights of animals. When not performing, Kevin has been known to lend his celebrity to fundraising events for numerous animal organizations including the Amanda Foundation, the Washington Wildlife Protection Association and The Ark Trust's Genesis Awards. We love him for it!

The Inside Scoop: The consummate professional, Kevin approaches his work for animals as masterfully as he does his performances -- reliable, prepared, punctual, and willing to do whatever it takes to do the job right. He is a dream to work with! The animals are lucky to have him on their side!

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