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Darrell Hammond Biography
Now entering his eighth season on Saturday Night Live, Darrell Hammond is best known for the many impressions he has brought to the show.
His impressions have been applauded by television critics and viewers alike for their uncanny accuracy and range.
After playing President Bill Clinton for most of his time in office, Hammond has taken over playing practically the entire Bush Administration from Vice President Dick Cheney, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Attorney General John Ashcroft and Homeland Security Chief Tom Ridge ? sometimes in the same sketch. Hammond performed as Vice President Al Gore in a performance so telling that it was used as a reference in preparation for the 2000 Presidential debates. Other political highlights include Jesse Jackson and New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Hammond has also played media figures including Dan Rather, Ted Koppel, Geraldo Rivera, Sam Donaldson, Bob Costas, Tim Russert, Phil Donahue and Chris Matthews of MSNBC's Hardball as well as celebrities (Sean Connery, Jay Leno, and Regis Philbin).
In April 1997, Hammond was applauded in the media for his dead-on impression of President Clinton during a surprise appearance with the President himself at an event before thousands of government officials and members of the Washington Press Corps. He returned to DC to perform as himself for newly elected President George W. Bush at the White House Correspondents Dinner in 2001. He's also performed for Vice Presiden