David Spade

August 30, 2014   8:00pm
Tickets from $45.00
David Spade-Nominated for a 1999 Emmy Award for his role as Dennis Finch, the wisecracking, power-hungry assistant on NBC’s “Just Shoot Me,” David Spade was previously best known for his five-year stint as a cast member and writer on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” Nominated for a Golden Globe in 1999 and 2000 and an American Comedy Award in 1999 -- for his work on “Just Shoot Me” -- Spade’s film career also continues to grow. Recently, Spade starred in Columbia Tristar’s “Joe Dirt,” which he also co-wrote with producer Adam Sandler. In the film He made his television debut on “SNL” and went on to create some of the most memorable characters and catchphrases 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 asking the condescending question “...and you are?” Named “Hot Standup Comedian of the Year” by Rolling Stone magazine, Spade went on to guest-star in the critically acclaimed “The Larry Sanders Show” and appeared in HBO’s “13th Annual Young Comedians Special.” In 1999, he headlined his own HBO special, “David Spade: Take the Hit.” Spade co-starred with “SNL” alumnus Chris Farley in the films “Tommy Boy” and “Black Sheep,” and the pair won a 1996 MTV Movie Award for “Best On-Screen Duo” for the former. His other feature credits include “Reality Bites,” “Light Sleeper” and “Coneheads.” In 1999, Spade starred in the romantic comedy “Lost & Found,” for which he also co-wrote the screenplay.