One of America's favorite comedians, David Spade plays the wisecracking, power-hungry assistant Dennis Finch on 'Just Shoot Me,' a role which earned him an Emmy Award nomination in 1999 and two Golden Globe nominations.
Perhaps best known for his five-year stint as a cast member of NBC's 'Saturday Night Live,' Spade has also been performing standup comedy in theaters and colleges across the country for more than 10 years and was once named the Hot Standup Comedian of the Year by Rolling Stone magazine.
After his 1990 debut on 'SNL' (where he also served as a writer), Spade went on to create some of the most memorable characters on the show, including the sarcastic 'Hollywood Minute' reporter on the 'Weekend Update' segment, the 'buh-bye' flight attendant and Dick Clark's receptionist, who was known for routinely asking the question '...and you are?'
During his tenure on 'SNL,' Spade and the late comedian, Chris Farley (also a cast member), developed one of the most popular comedy teams of recent years, working together in the films 'Tommy Boy' and 'Black Sheep.' His other feature credits include 'Lost & Found' (for which he also co-wrote the screenplay), 'Reality Bites,' 'Light Sleeper,' 'Coneheads' and 'P.C.U.' His recent film projects include supplying the lead voice for Disney's animated feature 'The Emperor's New Groove' and starring in 'The Adventures of Joe Dirt,' a comedy featuring Kid Rock, Gary Busey, Christopher Walken and Roseanne, which he co-wrote with executive producer Adam Sandler.
Spade's other television credits include his 1998 cable special, 'David Spade: Take the Hit,' as well as appearances on 'The Howard Stern Show,' NBC's 'The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson' and 'The Larry Sanders Show.'
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