John Mulaney will be returning to "Saturday Night Live," but not on the writer’s seat. April 14 will show us John acting as our host, with Jack White returning as the musical guest for the evening. This will mark Mulaney’s return to the show after a six-season run as writer on the sketch comedy.

Having written for the show, he would also occasionally appear on the "Weekend Update" segment of the show with Bill Hader. The announcement was made shortly after Netflix announced his new special, 'Kid Gorgeous at Radio City,' would launch on their platform coming May 1.

Best known for his writing on "SNL," he is also known for his stand-up comedy albums and specials. He has performed at numerous shows, including "Live at Gotham" and "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."

His comedy album, "The Top Part," was released in 2009, and a stand-up special called "New in Town" in 2012, both of which were produced by Comedy Central. Not to mention his Netflix Original, "Big Mouth." Starring Nick Kroll, and Mulaney, the animated series follows two teenage friends navigating the waters of puberty. It is animated, but it is rated for mature audiences. So don't say I didn't warn you.

Let's get to know the 'SNL' Alum

Born in August 1982, the Chicago Native attended St. Ignatius College Prep, then on to Georgetown University where he studied literature and religion.

After graduating, he landed a job at Comedy Central as an office assistant. After about a year, he was able to pitch an idea to the network.

A parody of the 30s, “I love the 80s” style, which he, and his friend Nick Kroll, developed together. They continued to work together, even auditioning for "Saturday Night Live" together in August 2008.That audition won him a spot with the writing team, where he began his six-season stretch.

He was a writer on more than 90 episodes of the show during his tenure there.

Mulaney’s third comedy special, “The Comeback Kid”, was released on Netflix in November 2015. This one landed him an Emmy nod as well, with an audience rating of 88 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, as well as a 7.8/10 on IMDB. He shares his views on marriage, babies, and that one time with Bill.

Mulaney will host one week after Chadwick Boseman, from “Black Panther”. The highly rated movie has grossed over $1.2 billion globally. Cardi B will be appearing as a musical guest. She made history as the first female rapper to land her first three singles in the Billboard Chart’s top 10.

Don’t forget to tune in on April 14, on NBC for the John Mulaney come back tour.