Erin Maroney Fraser Death: Saturday Night Live Pays Tribute to Writer

Erin Maroney Fraser, one of Saturday Night Live’s (SNL) late writers, was honored after passing away earlier this month. The SNL cast has said goodbye to several of their coworkers this year.

The group recently paid respect to the late set designer Eugene Lee, who had been involved with the program from its first season. They are now honoring Erin Maroney Fraser, a comedy show’s writing staff member. A title card was broadcast on the most recent episode (airing on March 11 on Saturday), but what became of Maroney Fraser?

Erin Maroney Fraser Death

According to a GoFundMe page created for her children, Erin Maroney Fraser passed away in March 3 of this year due to a brain hemorrhage. She had just turned 53.  The GoFundMe page explains:

“March 2nd started like any other day for Erin Fraser,”

“She got up, wished her youngest child a happy birthday, and went to work at her new job as Executive Director for the Savannah Regional Film Commission (“SRFC”). But after lunch, Erin started to feel ill. Within hours, Erin passed away from a brain hemorrhage (sic).”

Maroney Fraser is survived by her three children, two of whom are enrolled at Fraser’s alma school, Emory University. She had one other child who had graduated from Emory University.

The GoFundMe page was created to provide tuition assistance for Maroney Fraser’s kids. Any extra money generated will be donated to Emory University’s Erin and Jay Fraser Scholarship Fund.

SNL Pays Tribute to Erin Maroney Fraser

Erin Maroney Fraser Death
Erin Maroney Fraser Death

Erin Maroney Fraser worked for the SNL cast for a very long time. She began her career in the entertainment business by supporting Saturday Night Live creator and producer Lorne Michaels as a senior assistant. In 1991, Maroney Fraser began working at Michaels. Four years later, she would land a staff writing position on the sketch comedy show.

Between 1995 and 1996, she wrote 18 episodes under Erin Maroney. Quentin Tarantino, Jim Carrey, and Christopher Walken are just a few celebrities that have appeared as hosts in the episodes on which Maroney Fraser has worked.

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Erin’s Career Went Beyond SNL

Erin Fraser Maroney collaborated with Lorne Michaels on various TV episodes and movies despite being best known for her connection to Saturday Night Live. Fraser Maroney was his assistant and contributed to Tommy Boy, Wayne’s World 2, Late Night With Conan O’Brien, and many more projects.

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