Woody Harrelson – 5 Times
Kenan Thompson, Woody Harrelson and Kate McKinnon during the ‘Last Call with Woody Harrelson’ skit.
Will Ferrell, 5 Times
Ferrell (with Ana Gasteyer) is one of a few former cast members to join the Five-Timers Club.
Melissa McCarthy, 5 Times
McCarthy with Taran Killam and Bobby Moynihan in the ‘Honey Baked Ham Bake-Off’
Tina Fey, 5 Times
Fey (as Governor Sarah Palin) has won 2 Emmys, including one shared with Amy Poehler (as Senator Hillary Clinton), for her guest-hosting stints on the show.
Ben Affleck, 5 Times
Affleck as Keith Olbermann in 2008
Justin Timberlake, 5 Times
Timberlake has won 4 Emmys in the course of five hosting stints on the show, including Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for the iconic “D*ck in a Box” sketch with Andy Samberg in 2006.
Bill Murray, 5 Times
Murray, who replaced Chevy Chase on the show in 1977, returned to host in 1987.
Danny DeVito, 5 Times
DeVito gets pumped with Dana Carvey, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Kevin Nealon in 1988
Candice Bergen, 5 Times
Bergen and then-castmember Chevy Chase in 1976
Elliot Gould, 6 Times
Gould spaces out with Laraine Newman, Jane Curtin and Dan Aykroyd
Chevy Chase, 8 Times
Chase returned to the ‘Weekend Update’ desk in 2007
Tom Hanks, 8 Times
Hanks (as himself) plays games with Will Ferrell (as Alec Trebek), Kristen Wiig (as Kathie Lee Gifford) and Darrell Hammond (as Sean Connery) on ‘Celebrity Jeopardy.’
Buck Henry, 10 Times
Stalwart early-days host Buck Henry is counseled by John Belushi in ‘Samurai Psychiatrist’
John Goodman, 13 Times
Goodman (as Linda Tripp) with Molly Shannon (as Monica Lewinsky) and Tim Meadows (as Presidental Advisor Vernon Jordan) in 1998
Steve Martin, 15 Times
Martin gets wild and crazy with then-castmember Dan Aykroyd
Alec Baldwin, 17 Times
Baldwin has hosted the show more than anyone, but it was his guest stints over 5 seasons as President-Elect Donald J. Trump that won him an Emmy in 2017.
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