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For years, it seemed almost impossible to be a celebrity and not be mimicked by Saturday Night veteran Darrell Hammond. Among his record-setting 107 impersonations were Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney, Al Gore, John McCain, Regis Philbin, John Travolta, Donald Trump, and, of course, Sean Connery. Hammond's talents as a chameleon might make some people forget that his stint on SNL (1995-2009) was longer than that of any other cast member. This brutally honest, sometimes savagely funny memoir touches on his comedic career, but also grapples with the childhood abuse that led to alcoholism, self-mutilation, and psychiatric hospitalizations. A striking account of personal recovery.