15 'Saturday Night Live' Cast Members' Stories Of Being Fired

15 'Saturday Night Live' Cast Members' Stories Of Being Fired

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Chris Parnell

Chris Parnell CRACKED.COM You're hired. You're fired. You're hired. You're fired. Another 2006 budget-cut victim was Chris Parnell, but this was actually his second time being fired, as his first dismissal came in 2001. In a 2014 interview with Marc Maron, he said, I was very surprised. I was pretty devastated. I've never been fired from any job. But after the 2006 firing, he said, I was ready to go off. I had done my time.


Michaela Watkins

Michaela Watkins CRACKED.COM After her one season, Michaela Watkins described her firing from SNL in 2009 as a little rude. I thought that this was my big break. I thought that it was going well. I thought we were all having a good time, but then they didn't renew my contract the next year. Maybe I was delusional. I really wanted to go back. I would have been really happy if they'd had me for three seasons. I felt like that would have been a really nice time there, but they had me for one.

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Jay Pharoah

Jay Pharoah CRACKED.COM Hired together, fired together. Jay Pharoah lasted the same number of seasons as Tarran Kil- lam before they were let go. In an interview, he said, You go where you're appreciated. They put people into boxes and what- ever they want you to do, they expect you to do. And I'm fiery. More like firedy. Sorry.


Joan Cusack

Joan Cusack CRACKED COM 1985-86 strikes again. Joan Cu- sack shared the stage with Robert Downey Jr. and Julia Louis-Drey- fus during that one cursed season. Nathan Rabin of The AV Club said, It didn't take long for a cultural consensus to emerge that the 1985-86 season of SNL was an al- most unmitigated disaster.


Chris Rock

Chris Rock CRACKED.COM Chris Rock was constantly compared to Eddie Murphy. But Rock was more of a storyteller and Eddie was known for his impersonations and characters. In 1993, he told Lorne Michaels that he was frustrated by the stereotypical material he was being given, and that he was considering a move to In Liv- ing Color. Не was fired, made the move, then In Living Color was can- celled 3 weeks later.


Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Julia Louis-Dreyfus CRACKED.COM After Seinfeld and Veep, it's impossible to imagine her not having success on TV. Her stint on the show was from 1982 to 1985, and in a Sirius ХМ interview, she recalled being pretty miserable in a very dog-eat-dog environment. Her third season was that infamous 1985-86 season, and she was one of many who were not asked to return. Unjust! She also called the show very sexist back then.


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