Jan Hooks, who was a cast member on "Saturday Night Live" from 1986 to 1991, has died, according to the Hollywood Reporter. She was 57.
Hooks first appeared on television in the late night show "Tush." She went on to join the cast of "Not Necessarily the News" before landing "SNL." Her celebrity impressions on "SNL" included Nancy Reagan, Sinead O'Connor, Kathie Lee Gifford and others. One of her most popular non-celebrity recurring characters was as one of the Sweeney Sisters, a pair of lounge singers, which paired her with Nora Dunn.
In addition to "SNL," she was also a regular on "Designing Women" and "3rd Rock From the Sun." She had a recurring role on "The Simpsons" and most recently appeared in 2010 on "30 Rock." She also appeared in films including "Pee-wee's Big Adventure," "Batman Returns" and "Coneheads."
Watch some memorable Hooks "SNL" sketches below: