'SNL's' Seth Meyers lends talents to cancer center's annual fundraiser

Jan. 13, 2011 at 1:17 PM ET

Seth Meyers appears on "Saturday Night Live," he recently co-hosted an episode of "Live with Regis and Kelly" and he's set to host the White House Correspondents dinner this spring. Is there any thing he doesn't do?

"Much to my great disappointment, I still do not play professional sports for money," Meyers said. But one other activity he's not disappointed in is his work with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and its annual fundraiser, Cycle for Survival.

To that end, he's created a PSA for the event, which raises money for rare cancer research (which you can watch here). In it you might spot some other notables, like Andy Samberg and Jack McBrayer. "That’s the nice thing about having friends who are famous and kind," Meyers said of their involvement with the PSA. "And they don’t come with a big rider."