Whatever people might think of Saturday Night Live these days, it’s still a badge of honor for celebrities to host an episode of America’s most popular sketch comedy show.
On March 30, Killing Eve‘s Sandra Oh will become the second Asian-American woman to host the show, after rapper/actor Awkwafina became the first in late 2018.
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Oh’s most recent gig is her SAG and Golden Globe–winning performance as Eve Polastri on Killing Eve, but she’s long been a part of the TV landscape with acclaimed roles in Grey’s Anatomy (for which she won another Screen Actor’s Guild and Golden Globe Award) and HBO’s Arliss. Read more…
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