‘SNL’ Pays Tribute To Dabney Coleman

Dabney Coleman was remembered on Saturday Night Live.

The NBC late-night comedy show paid tribute to the late actor with a title card at the end of the live Season 49 finale.

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Coleman died on May 16 in his home in Santa Monica, California.

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“My father crafted his time here on earth with a curious mind, a generous heart, and a soul on fire with passion, desire and humor that tickled the funny bone of humanity,” Coleman’s daughter Quincy Coleman wrote in a statement on behalf of the family. “As he lived, he moved through this final act of his life with elegance, excellence and mastery. A teacher, a hero, and a king, Dabney Coleman is a gift and blessing in life and in death as his spirit will shine through his work, his loved ones and his legacy…eternally.”

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Coleman made an appearance on SNL back in 1987. His monologue on YouTube resurfaced amid news of his death. Remember Coleman’s SNL monologue in the video below.

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