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With a shtick that harkened back to a bygone era, renaissance man Billy Crystal would rightfully earn his place as one of Hollywood's most endearing stars. Comedian-actor-writer-director-producer-emcee-author, were all hats the perpetually peppy entertainer wore at one time or another. As a frequent host of the annual Academy Awards, Crystal also found himself regarded as arguably the best emcee the ceremony had ever had, save Bob Hope. In addition to onscreen efforts, Crystal would lend his vocal talents to the Disney/Pixar mega-hit Monsters, Inc. In 1984 when Crystal joined the cast of Saturday Night Live he took television by storm by creating the character Fernando, a superficial nightclub performer for whom everything is "mahvelous." As either a performer or a personality, Crystal remains one of the most versatile, prolific and beloved figures in entertainment