Entertainment TV Rami Malek Pokes Fun at His 'Resting Villain Face' as 'SNL' Takes on 'Squid Game' The No Time to Die actor was joined by James Bond costar Daniel Craig and musical guest Young Thug for his Saturday Night Live debut By JD Knapp JD Knapp Instagram Twitter Senior Weekend Editor, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on October 17, 2021 09:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: SNL/Youtube Live from New York... it's Rami Malek! The No Time to Die star kicked off his Saturday Night Live hosting debut with a monologue all about his "resting villain face" on Saturday. Malek, 40, identified with a number of famous movie villains while onstage, including Scar, Hannibal Lecter, the shark from Jaws, Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, Darth Vader, Freddy Krueger, Cruella de Vil, Maleficent, and, of course, Bambi. Rami Malek Says He Caught Kate Middleton 'Off Guard' When He Asked Her Personal Questions The Mr. Robot actor also used his SNL introduction to give fans a glimpse into his personal life as the son of Egyptian immigrants growing up in the San Fernando Valley. Malek praised his twin brother's career as a teacher as well as his sister's vital job as an ER doctor — but he's still the Oscar winner. Later in the episode, Malek and Pete Davidson found themselves down on their luck in what looked like a classic music video sketch. However, things took a turn when it was revealed they were actually doing their own version of the Netflix smash hit, Squid Game. Davidson took on No. 456 in the country music-inspired clip that had striking similarities to the costumes and set design of the South Korean survival drama. In addition to musical guest Young Thug, the other standout moments from the night came from surprise cameos from Malek's James Bond costar, Daniel Craig. Watch Highlights from Kim Kardashian's SNL Hosting Debut, from Kris and Khloé Cameos to SKIMS for Dogs Two-time SNL host Craig popped up for not one, but two separate sketches; one opposite Cecily Strong, and another honoring Prince with Malek and Kenan Thompson. Former SNL cast member Jason Sudeikis will take on hosting duties next weekend with musical guest Brandi Carlile. Saturday Night Live airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.