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Former 'SNL' Cast Member Jan Hooks Has Died

She was 57.

Jan Hooks, a former member of the "Saturday Night Live" cast, died on October 9, according to TMZ.

She was 57.

Hooks joined the cast of "SNL" in 1986 and appeared on the show until 1991. During that time, she worked alongside star cast members like Mike Myers, Chris Farley and Dana Carvey.

This morning (October 10), "Saturday Night Live" shared a photo in tribute to the late actress.

Hooks made a name for herself on the show as one half of the Sweeney Sisters and with her impressions of people like Kathie Lee Gifford, Hillary Clinton and Sinead O'Connor.

Watch Hooks' amazing Gifford impression, musically insisting that she is in no way related to this monkey:

Hooks was commended as a "glue guy," a dependable cast member who solidified and supported strong sketches in an era that included in-your-face cast members like Dana Carvey. For example, in this appearance on "Church Chat," Hooks does an expert Tammy Faye.

Recently, Hooks appeared in two episodes of "30 Rock" as Jenna Maroney's mother.