Darrell Hammond returns to "Saturday Night Live" as the announcer for the 42nd season.
Hammond originally retired from the show in 2009 after 14 seasons as a repertory player. He appeared on "SNL" longer than any other cast member in the show's history and is best known for his celebrity impersonations of figures like Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Ted Koppel and Sean Connery. Hammond is a New York Times best-selling writer, stand-up comedian and stage and television actor.
Darrell Hammond currently lives in New York City.