With the right wig, makeup, accent, and mannerisms, these Saturday Night Live comedians and comediennes have kept us ROFL as they've meticulously impersonated our most memorable U.S. presidents. Check out this politically incorrect bunch here, and while you're at it, explore our SNL Presidents Photo Gallery, too.
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Tina Fey is an American actress, comedian, writer and producer best known for her roles on Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock.
Film Actor, Television Actor, Comedian, Talk Show Host / 1955 -Dana Carvey is an Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian who was a cast member of Saturday Night Live and played "Garth" in the film Wayne's World.
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