Benjamin "Ben" Affleck-Boldt (born August 15, 1972), better known as Ben Affleck, is an American actor, film director, writer and producer best known for his roles as Chuckie Sullivan in the 1997 drama film Good Will Hunting which he also co-wrote along with friend Matt Damon, Ned Alleyn in the 1998 romantic comedy-drama film Shakespeare in Love, A. J. Fros in the 1998 science fiction disaster drama film Armageddon, Rafe McCawley in the 2001 war film Pearl Harbor, George Reeves in the 2006 biographical docudrama film Hollywoodland and as Tony Mendez in the 2012 historical drama thriller film Argo, which he also directed and produced.

He hosted Saturday Night Live on February 19, 2000; March 13, 2004; October 2, 2004; November 1, 2008 and on May 18, 2013, making him one of the newest member of the Five-Timers Club, along with musical guest Kanye West. He also made cameos on February 6, 1999 during the opening monologue and on March 10, 2001 during the "Cumberland Farms" sketch as Donnie Bartalotti.

He was also impersonated by Chris Kattan on the March 14, 1998 episode during the "Barbara Walters Oscar Special" sketch.

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