Live From New York With SNL’s Don Roy King - AARP
Live from New York, director Don Roy King brings Saturday Night Live to life for millions of viewers each week. The job also keeps the 68-year-old up to date on the people and things his 18-year-old daughter, Cameron, cares about. But King might have
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