In New York University's Cantor Auditorium, Crystal amused and then reduced much of a live, paying audience to tears reading portions of his memoir that were being recorded for the audio version of the new book, entitled "Still Foolin' Em: Where I've Been, Where I'm Going, and Where the Hell Are My Keys?"
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[on hosting the Academy Awards] Whatever your approach, the world is a rough room. And it's a big room. Not everybody is going to like what you have to say. But when you're up there, look like you want to be there. You're the captain of show business that night. That's your job.
On March 12, 2008 as a 60th birthday gift, he signed a one day minor league contract with New York Yankees. On March 13, 2008, he played his only game with the Yanks vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates at DH wearing #60. In his first and only at bat, he made contact with a foul ball but struck out. He received a standing ovation. Just one day later, the Yanks officially released him.
His act often has imitations of people from the 1930s-40s