DARRELL HAMMOND (July 11-12) — Before joining the cast of “Saturday Night Live” in 1995, the native of Melbourne, Fla., cut his teeth on the comedy club circuit and made several appearances at McCurdy’s. Hammond, best known for his impressions of President Clinton, Al Gore and Donald Trump, remained on “SNL” for 14 seasons, the longest tenure of any cast member.
RACHEL FEINSTEIN (July 17-20) — The actress/stand-up comedian was a finalist on season 7 of “Last Comic Standing.” She’ll appear in the Chris Rock show-biz comedy film “Finally Famous” later this year.
D.L. HUGHLEY (Aug. 8-10) — He starred in the 1998-2002 sitcom “The Hughleys.” He was featured in the Spike Lee film “The Original Kings of Comedy” and finished ninth on “Dancing With the Stars” last year. He also hosts the nationally syndicated radio program “The D.L. Hughley Show.”
JIM BREUER (Sept. 19-20) — Also a former “SNL” cast member (“Goat Boy,” anyone?), Breuer has played McCurdy’s several times.
ELAYNE BOOSLER (Oct. 16-17) — The Brooklyn native is in her 40th year of stand-up comedy. She was the first female comic to get her own comedy special on cable (for Showtime in 1986); she’s also an active animal rescuer.
KEVIN NEALON (November) — After a nine-year run on “SNL” (1986-95), most of which was spent behind the “Weekend Update” anchor desk, Nealon starred in the Showtime dark comedy “Weeds.”