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Joining the MADtv cast at age 19, Killam was the youngest cast member hired on the show and the only cast member on MADtv to get his start on children's shows (similar to Kenan Thompson on Saturday Night Live).
He was a regular cast member on the third and fourth seasons of Nick Cannon's Wild 'N Out.
Killam is also known for his portrayal of a teen pop star in the 2004 Disney Channel Original Movie Stuck in the Suburbs.
Killam performed the role of King George III in the Broadway production of Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, ending his run on the evening of April 13, 2017.
He has appeared on Scrubs and Scrubs: Interns as Jimmy (the Overly Touchy Orderly).
Killam appeared as a contestant on the episode of The Price Is Right which aired on December 7, 2006. He has been in Big Fat Liar, Just Married, Anderson's Cross, and My Best Friend's Girl.
Killam made six guest appearances as Gary Blauman on his wife Cobie Smulders' TV series, How I Met Your Mother.
His first appearance was in the March 20, 2006 episode, "Life Among the Gorillas" and the final one was the March 24, 2014 episode, "The End of the Aisle".
Killam was featured on Nickelodeon's The Amanda Show, a sketch-comedy vehicle for Amanda Bynes, on which he played Spaulding, a boy who had a huge crush on Moody, in the soap opera parody "Moody's Point".
Killam co-starred in the 2004 Disney Channel original film Stuck in the Suburbs.
After MADtv, Killam appeared on TV shows such as Jake in Progress, Still Standing, Boston Public, Drake & Josh, Do Over, Roswell and Judging Amy.
When interviewed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Killam stated that he had not known the dance shown in the song's official video until Robyn was scheduled to appear on SNL as a guest; then, he watched the video repeatedly until he could perform it himself. In 2012 he appeared in i Carly episode "i Meet the First Lady" as a Secret Service agent.
In 2011, Killam appeared in Community episode "Regional Holiday Music" as Mr. On November 10, 2012, Killam appeared with Kenan Thompson in a short video, "The Legend of Mokiki and the Sloppy Swish".