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David Spade is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and television host. Born in Birmingham, Michigan, his family moved to Scottsdale, Arizona, when he was four years old.
He studied at Saguaro High School and then at Scottsdale Community College before transferring to Arizona State University. Later on, however, he dropped out of college as he had started doing stand-up comedy, which helped him earn enough to have a decent life.
Spade has dated several celebrities in the past, such as Lara Flynn Boyle, Heather Locklear, Teri Hatcher, Julie Bowen, and Naya Rivera. He has a daughter named Harper with Jillian Grace, a former Playboy Playmate.
Career and Achievements
It was a talent agency that spotted Spade while he was doing stand-up at The Improv in Los Angeles. This led to him being a part of the movie, Police Academy 4. He came on to Saturday Night Live in 1990 after receiving help from Dennis Miller, who was a fellow comedian and his friend.
His unique type of sarcasm brought him fame while he was at SNL, and some of the characters he played in a couple of sketches became famous as well.
This included a flight attendant who had a distinct way of greeting every passenger before they got off the flight, a snarky receptionist and a witty reporter who roasted Hollywood celebrities with interesting one-liners.
Spade also did impersonations of celebrities such as Michael J. Fox and Brad Pitt. He left Saturday Night Live in 1996, after which he appeared in a couple of comedy films, namely Tommy Boy in 1995 and Black Sheep in 1996.
After receiving numerous offers to be a part of his own TV shows, which he kept turning down, he became a part of the cast of Just Shoot Me!, an office sitcom by Steven Levitan. He played the character of a sarcastic receptionist named Dennis Finch, and the show ran from 1997 to 2003.
Spade provided the voice for the character Emperor Kuzco in the Disney movie titled The Emperor's New Groove in 2000. He later took on the same role in the sequel, Kronk's New Groove, in 2005.
The actor was seen with Adam Sandler in hit films such as Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2. The audience saw him portray a dramatic character for the first time in the 2018 movie Warning Shot.