Darrell Hammond Leaving “SNL” — Hammond Retires From “Saturday Night Live”
After fourteen seasons, comedian Darrell Hammond has announced his retirement from Saturday Night Live.
Hammond, who memorably impersonated President Bill Clinton, Sean Connery, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Donald Trump, Vice-President Dick Cheney, and dozens of others on the long-running sketch series, tells GossipCop.com that “retired from the show last year.”
The 53-year-old no longer appears in the show’s opening credits, but will continue to appear on the show on “a case-by-case basis.”
Darrell Hammond joined Saturday Night Live in 1994 and is the show’s longest-running cast member.