A Very Punchable Face is a memoir by Colin Jost, co-host of Saturday Night Live. In the book, Jost reflects on his life and career, from his early days as a stand-up comic to his time on SNL. He also offers insights into the inner workings of NBC’s iconic sketch comedy show.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who is interested in SNL, comedy, or memoirs.
- Insightful look at behind the scenes of Saturday Night Live
- Candid, witty writing from Colin Jost
- Entertaining read for fans of SNL
- The book is repetitive
- The author comes across as arrogant
- There are no illustrations or photos
Learn more about the author
Colin Jost is a writer, comedian, and actor who has been with Saturday Night Live since 2005. He is currently the co-anchor of “Weekend Update” and has also written for such shows as 30 Rock and Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
“This book is hilarious. Colin Jost is one of the funniest people alive and this book proves it.”
“A very funny, self-deprecating chronicle of one man’s climb up the comedy ladder. Jost is disarmingly honest about his shortcomings and eager to share insider insights into SNL.”
“A fascinating, all-access look at the inner workings of Saturday Night Live and one of its brightest stars . . . I couldn’t put it down.”
” Brimming with behind-the-scenes stories and hilarious anecdotes, A Very Punchable Face is a must read for any fan of Saturday Night Live.”