David Spade Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, Career and Award.
David Spade Net Worth 2020 – David Spade is an American actor and a stand-up comedian, mostly known for his dry humor during his part in the ‘Saturday Night Live’.
Apart from being a stand-up comedian, Spade is also a writer and has also acted in numerous movies including ‘Grown Ups’, ‘Grown Ups 2’, ‘Black Sheep’ among others.
David Spade Net Worth
David Spade is an American actor, comedian and television personality who has a net worth of $60 million.
David was born on 22 July 1964, in Birmingham, Michigan. His nationality is American and ethnicity is mixed(German, Irish, Scottish, English, Dutch, Swiss).
He was the youngest of the three children of Judith J. Meek (mother) and Wayne M. Spade(father). His mother was a writer and his father worked as a sales rep.
Having brought up in Scottsdale (moved at age 4) and Casa Grande for most of his childhood, David had a rough childhood. His parents had a divorce so he along with his brothers was raised by his mother in relative poverty.
He was enrolled at Saguaro High School and Scottsdale Community College before moving to Arizona State University. He got his Bachelor’s degree in Business from the same University in 1986.
He used to perform stand up at the University’s sketch comedy show ‘Farce Side Comedy Hour’. He later did stand up in the mid-80s for the Monday Night Comedy Show at ‘Greasy Tony’s Pizza’.
Spade joined the ‘Saturday Night Live’ in 1998 with the help of his friend Dennis Miller. Due to his comedic skills and determination in the field, Spade became a regular cast member and also a writer for the show by 1990.
During his time in the show, he became popular for his sarcasm and his sketches became popular among the long-time viewers of the show.
Some of his most popular sketches include ‘Flight Attendant’, ‘Total Bastard Airlines’ and others. His impressions of famous celebrities including Brad Pitt and Michael J. Fox were loved by many. He left the show in 1996 officially and later appeared to host the show in 1998 and 2005.
His career in film was a successful one. ‘Tommy Boy’, ‘Black Sheep’ were among his early movies. His later films include ‘Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star’ ‘Grown Ups’, and ‘Grown Ups 2′.
He has also hosted numerous shows during his career including ‘Teens Choice Awards’ and ‘Video Game Awards’. He has also produced a TV series ‘Sammy’ in 2000.
Other projects that David is involved in includes ‘8 Simple Rules’, ‘The Showbiz Show with David Spade’, ‘The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning’, ‘Rules of Engagement’, and ‘Joe Dirt’.