Darrell Hammond

Darrell Hammond

Hollywood Improv (The Main Room)

Fri Dec 1
Jeremy Piven, Esther Povitsky, Darrell Hammond, Brian Monarch, Justine Marino & Very Special Guests!
Special Event
Sun Dec 3
Tonight at the Improv ft. Darrell Hammond, Paul Rodriguez, Tom Arnold, Jimmy Shin, Fumi Abe, Sammy Weiser, Kirk Fox and more TBA!
Mon Dec 11
SNL Alums ft Dane Cook, Jay Mohr, Darrell Hammond and more TBA! Hosted by Greg Baldwin

Darrell Hammond's Bio

Darrell is known for being one of the most prolific comedians of his time. He holds the title for being the longest running cast member on SNL. He frequently tours comedy clubs and theaters boasting a number of brilliant impressions in his act that keep people laughing nationwide.

Hammond has brought a great number of wonderful impressions to SNL over the years. Television critics and viewers alike, for their accuracy and range, have applauded each and every one of his impressions. Amongst the great number of people he has mimicked include; Bill Clinton, Sean Connery, Regis Philbin, Dan Rather, John Travolta, Jesse Jackson, Richard Dreyfus, Jay Leno, Donald Trump and Ted Koppel.

In addition to his SNL appearances, Hammond has been seen in a number of feature films and television shows. As a truly versatile actor Darrell has displayed his talents in both dramatic and comedic roles. Some of his feature films include: Screen Gems feature WEINERS and the Regency feature BOB BAILEY’S DISCO BALLS. He has also starred opposite Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen in Warner Bros’ NEW YORK MINUTE and in the Dimension features SCARY MOVIE 3 and SCARY MOVIE 6. He shared the screen with Frankie Muniz and Hillary Duff in MGM’s AGENT CODY BANKS.

Recently, Darrell has starred in Bay Street Theatre’s TRU, written by Jay Presson Allen and directed by Matt McGarth. Darrell also finished shooting a TBS pilot, HOUND DOGS, as Harry Hound, with director Ron Shelton (Bull Durham & White Men Can’t Jump). Darrell is also the author of the critically acclaimed memoir, “God If You’re Not Up There, I’m F***ed: Misadventures with Fake Noses, Funny Accents, Addiction, and Saturday Night Live”, which was released by Harper Collins in October of 2011 to rave reviews.