"Saturday Night Live" alum Chris Kattan has revealed that during production of "A Night at the Roxbury," he felt pressured to sleep with a director in order to appease his boss.
Nineties and 2000s kids know Kattan as Mango, Mr. Peepers, and most iconically, as one of the "A Night at the Roxbury" dudes. He recently released a memoir detailing some horror stories from his most famous era, called "Baby Don't Hurt Me: Stories and Scars from Saturday Night Live."
In the book, Kattan alleges that Lorne Michaels — SNL's founder and probably the most powerful person in American TV comedy — implied he should have sex with Amy Heckerling, the director of "Clueless," in order to sweeten a business deal.
Heckerling, 43 at the time, was deciding whether she'd like to direct "A Night at the Roxbury," according to Page Six. When Michaels, who was producing the film, found out Kattan, who was 27, had rejected Heckerling sexually, he was "furious."