Bobby Moynihan Brings Back SNL’s Anthony Crispino to Report on Today’s Second-Hand News

Bobby moynihan brings back snl's anthony crispino to report on today's second-hand news

Late Night with Seth Meyers published this video item, entitled “Bobby Moynihan Brings Back SNL’s Anthony Crispino to Report on Today’s Second-Hand News” – below is their description.

Bobby Moynihan talks about the inspiration behind his children’s book Not All Sheep Are Boring, reminisces on playing secondhand news correspondent Anthony Crispino on SNL and being directed by Jerry Seinfeld for the film Unfrosted: The Pop-Tart Story.

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