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Kristen Wiig May Leave 'Saturday Night Live' After This Season

October 5, 2011 (7:22 am) GMT
A source says the currently airing 37th season of the variety show could be the last for the 'Bridesmaids' actress, who has become a hot commodity since the film's release this year.
Kristen Wiig May Leave 'Saturday Night Live' After This Season

may quit "" to focus on her film career. A source tells Showbizz411 that the 38-year-old actress may graduate from the NBC late-night show at the end of its 37th season, which was premiered on September 24, now that she has had enough big screen roles on her resume.

The winner of Best Female Comedy Actress at the 1st Annual Comedy Awards made her debut on "SNL" in 2005. She was later promoted to be a full member of the repertory cast at the beginning of the show's 32nd season in 2006.

Wiig has become a hot commodity after taking a lead role on "", which received critical acclaim and enjoyed a success at box office after it was released in May this year. Talks about plan to make the sequel have since brewed, but Wiig's co-star recently hinted that she might not return for the possible second film.

For her next big screen appearance, the Lola Bunny of "The Looney Tunes Show" has wrapped the filming for "" which is expected to come out sometime in 2012. She additionally lands a role on "Imogene".

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