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Jim Carrey on SNL Presidential Reunion!
03 Mar 2010    

By Priya Baboota (Web correspondent)

Ron Howard directed a Presidential Reunion web video summit for FunnyOrDie.com recently which has Jim Carrey in it playing the "big-balled" Ronald Reagan. This is a really funny sketch which shows past presidents of America for one reunion to promote a message of consumer protection.

Other actors playing in this video clip from Saturday Night Live are Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph as Barack and the first lady, Will Ferrellís Bush, Darrell Hammondís Clinton, Dana Carvey as Presidents Bush Sr, Chevy Chase as Ford and Dan Akroyd as Carter.

Jim Carrey is a surprise package in this short clip in the form of Ronald Reagan, since the real SNL Reagan was played by the late, great Phil Hartman.

Don't miss watching the clip because its really funny and as Jim says "It will blow your balls out!" You can also check out a behind the scenes piece on the making of the sketch below.









Director:
Ron Howard

Writters:
Al Jean, Adam McKay, Tom Gammill, Max Pross, Dan Greaney & Michael Price

Producer:
Mike Farah

Cast list:
Chevy Chase ... Gerald Ford
Dan Aykroyd ... James Carter
Jim Carrey ... Ronald Reagan
Dana Carvey ... George Bush Sr
Darrell Hammond ... Bill Clinton
Will Ferrell ... George Bush Jr
Fred Armisen ... Barack Obama
Maya Rudolph ... Michelle Obama

Info:
The sketch was shot Sunday over 15 hours in Van Nuys, Calif.

-- Source: FunnyorDie.com. Click to comment this article.

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