Darrell Hammond (born October 8, 1955) is an American actor and comedian, who holds the record as SNL's longest-serving cast member. He returned to SNL as announcer for season 40, replacing longtime announcer Don Pardo, who died over the summer.
Darrell was hired as a cast member for SNL in fall 1995, since most of the previous cast was fired and/or left for a cast overhaul. Ever since, Darrell appeared on the show consistently, and did many memorable impressions of public figures as Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Donald Trump, and Sean Connery. (For a full list of his impressions, see below.) He left the show at the end of Season 34, after a record setting 14 years. However, he did make several cameo guest appearances the following season.
SNL Career Edit
- 1995-2009: Repertory Player
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|George W. Bush Impression (2 Appearances)|
(2003 - 2003)
|Longest Consecutive Serving Cast Member (14 seasons)|
(2007 - )