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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.
In 2013 Killam ventured into the spy genre and the comics industry with The Illegitimates, a six-issue comics miniseries co-written by Marc Andreyko, illustrated by Kevin Sharpe and published by IDW Publishing.
The series focuses on a team of illegitimate siblings who are charged with taking the place of their father, Jack Steele, a James Bond-like spy, after his death.
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".
Mokiki is a laboratory test subject who wanders Manhattan performing a shuffling move known as the "Sloppy Swish".
The sketch briefly became an Internet phenomenon and garnered Killam media and public attention.
Killam produced, scripted, directed and starred in the comic hitman film Killing Gunther, given a general release in fall 2017.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, who played Gunther in the film, served as executive producer for it.
Taran Hourie Killam (born April 1, 1982) is an American actor, comedian, writer and singer.