Chilean-American comic Horatio Sanz, 39, the a former castmember on Saturday Night Live from 1998 to 2006, has lost over 100 pounds. He looks incredible and a lot healthier:
When we ran into Saturday Night Live alum Horatio Sanz at the Montblanc-sponsored “24-Hour Plays” last week, we couldn’t help but notice how trim he looked! We asked him if he’d lost weight. “I’ve been eating better,” he admitted. “I’ve been trying to come up with a joke about how I’ve lost weight and I was going to say, ‘I stopped putting nuts in my sundaes.’” Apparently, he’s lost about 100 pounds. Roughly. “I never weighed myself when I was at my fattest, because I was scared I might die,” he said. He’s been working out, too. Now, if he goes back on SNL to play new Commerce secretary Bill Richardson (the invitation’s still open, we hear), he’ll have to wear a pillow on his belly!
What amazes me when people lose so much weight is how different they look. Sanz is an attractive guy and he probably has a whole new lease on life. According to IMDB, he appeared in this year’s Will Ferrell and John Reilly comedy Step Brothers in a brief part and will next appear in the TV show “Bad Mother’s Handbook.” He is also working on the movie Hollywood and Wine with Chris Kattan. Congratulations to Sanz!
Here he is on 11/12/04 and on 11/11/08. Credit: WENN.