After eight years on "Saturday Night Live," Bill Hader announced that this season, which ends Saturday, will be his last-and all he wants to do afterwards is "sleep."
"[I'll be] spending time with my family. A new set of concerns," he tells GQ magazine in its June Comedy Issue. "Heading back to LA. I met my wife in California and lived out there before this. We have good friends out there."
During his time on the show, Hader, 34, became famous for his impressions of James Carville, Al Pacino and Julian Assange, though he says he never set out to make that his forte.
"I don't know if I'll keep doing impressions," he says in the magazine, on stands May 21. "People told me I had a facility for it and I was like, 'Okay, I'm the impression guy.' So you imagine the cast at 'SNL' is an A-Team and you've got the explosives guy, and I'm the impression guy."
He also doesn't intend to reprise Stefon, the infamous club kid with insider knowledge of the most ridiculous hotspots in New York City.
"Sometimes people say to me, 'I want a Stefon movie!' and I'm like, you think you want a Stefon movie but then you'll see the poster for it and think, 'Wait, I don't want this!' he says. "There's no emotional through line."
And while he's fine with saying goodbye to his characters, Hader does have great affection for his "SNL" co-stars, particularly Seth Meyers, who was just tapped as the new host of "Late Night."
"When I heard the news I started clapping-you know, just by myself, clapping. It's amazing. He is the perfect fit," he says. "I've watched as 'SNL' hosts come into our office and we pitch them ideas and Seth is always at ease with them. He's naturally and genuinely curious about people. And he really is such a funny writer. I've learned more from him about sketch comedy than probably anybody."