Edward Norton Gets a Little Help From Miley Cyrus for his SNL Monologue

Posted on October 27, 2013

Ed Norton SNL Monologue with Alec Baldwin and Miley Cyrus


Edward Norton hosted Saturday Night Live and he did a great job. We always think of him as being such a serious dramatic actor, but he really can do comedy and totally commits. In this monologue he gets a little help from Alec Baldwin and Miley Cyrus. Alec has a new show on MSNBC and Miley is going on tour so they thought they'd get a plug in for their projects. Norton showed off his talents for impersonations, doing a very funny Woody Allen and a decent Ian McKellan as Gandalf. Norton poked a bit of fun at his own image joking that he was first asked to host in 2000, but being a method actor, he needed 13 years to prepare properly for the show. But Baldwin had the best zinger. He was giving Ed advice about being a host and the effect it might have on his career saying, "I was worried the first time I hosted. It was 1991 and I was a huge movie star. And now, 15 times later, I have my own show on MSNBC."



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