Bob Odenkirk Reflects on ‘Saturday Night Live’ Writing Job, Says He Was So ‘Young’ It Was ‘Dangerous’ When He Started

Bob Odenkirk shares the wisdom that comes with age.

The 60-year-old actor, comedian and writer reflected on joining the cast of writers of Saturday night live when he was only 25 years old.

During an appearance at Don’t ask Tig On the podcast, he said he was “too young” when he joined the team and revealed how that affected his experience.

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“I was unsure of myself. He was difficult. He was existentially dangerous. He had feelings of ‘I should delete myself,’” he recalled of his early days in the industry, via EW.

Bob went on to say that he was simply “too young” at the time.

“That was not a good thing. That could have gone wrong. That could have gone so wrong. Many times I was so close to going so wrong,” she explained. “You have to believe me. And it’s hard for kids to believe you when you say, ‘I had no fucking idea what I was doing and I was so scared for years.'”

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