Anthony Fauci praises Brad Pitt’s ‘SNL’ impersonation of him
Dr. Anthony Fauci gave higher marks to Brad Pitt intended for his portrayal of the contagious disease expert on âSaturday Night Live At Home,â as outlined by a report.
âI think he did great. Iâm a great fan of Brad Pitt, and thatâs the reason why when people ask me who I would like to play me, I mention Brad Pitt,â Fauci told Telemundoâs âUn Nuevo Diaâ on Monday, Variety reported.
âHeâs one of my favorite actors. I think he did a great job,â the particular member of the White House coronavirus task force added.
In the cold open, the particular Oscar-winning actor donned a sterling silver wig as he ruminated President Trumpâs handling of the coronavirus crisis.
Following the presidentâs much-publicized comments about UV light-weight and disinfectant injections, Brad-as-Fauci grimaced: âI know I shouldnât be touching my face, but â¦â
After several predictable digs, Pitt, 56, removed his hairpiece and praised Americaâs health-care staff on the frontline â? and even Dr. Fauciâs âcalm and clarity.â
Fauci, 79, called Pitt, 56, âclassyâ intended for breaking character and thanking the particular doctors and nurses.
âI think he showed that he is really a classy guy when at the end he took off his hair and thanked me and all of the health care workers. So not only is he a really great actor, but he is actually a classy person,â he said.
When expected if any of the feedback Pitt made through the skit acquired actually crossed his mind, Fauci answered: â? ****************************************) he explained on âSNLâ is whatâs heading on.
âHe did a pretty good job of putting everything together,â he added in.