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Darrell Hammond Bio/Wiki 2018
Darrell Hammond Net Worth $8 Million
Darrell Hammond is a comic, actor, and impressionist who has a net worth of 8 million dollars. Hammond was born in 1955 in town of Melbourne, Florida. Hammond was active in sports through high school — chiefly baseball and football. As a pupil, he found his passion for theatre and performing and after graduation, he headed for New York to follow his dream career as a comic.
During the 1980’s, Hammond worked on premier cruise ship as a comic and also took on other jobs as well. In the late 1980’s, Hammond became rather famous for his impersonations of the cartoon character, Elmer Fudd, and was a regular guest of the Howard Stern Show.
In fact, during the 2004 season, he set a record for the longest continually running tenure of any other SNL cast member. Hammond also has made more appearances in the show than some other cast member ever.
Darrell still performs over 105 celebrity impressions, the most famous of which comprise: Bill Clinton, Sean Connery, John Travolta, Donald Trump, and Regis Philbin. Hammond retired from Saturday Night Live after 14 years, however he’s made several cameo appearances since then.
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||October 8, 1955|
|Place Of Birth||Melbourne, Florida, United States|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian, TV show personality|
|Education||Brevard Community College, University of Florida, HB Studio, New York|
|Spouse||Elizabeth Hammond (1990–1994; 1997–2011)|
|Parents||Margaret Hammond, Max Hammond|
|Nicknames||Darrell C. Hammond , Darrell Hammond & Christopher Snell|
|Movies||“Celtic Pride” (1996), “The King and I” (1999), “Agent Cody Banks” (2003), “New York Minute” (2004), “Puff, Puff, Pass” (2006), “Wieners” (2008), “Scary Movie 5” (2013)|
|TV Shows||"Saturday Night Live" (1995-2009), "Kentucky Fried Chicken", "Celebrity Jeopardy!", "Wappin'", "The Howard Stern Show", "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", "Law & Order: Criminal Intent", "Comedy Central Presents Darrell Hammond", "Damages"|