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David Spade was born on 22 July, 1964 in Birmingham, Michigan, United States, is an American comedian.

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Age56 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born22 July 1964
Birthday22 July
BirthplaceBirmingham, Michigan, United States
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David Spade Height, Weight & Measurements

At 56 years old, David Spade height is 170 cm .

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Height170 cm
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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David Spade Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is David Spade worth at the age of 56 years old? David Spade’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United States. We have estimated David Spade’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2019Pending
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He has been part of an ensemble cast of two long-running sitcoms: Just Shoot Me! (1997–2003) and Rules of Engagement (2007–2013). Additionally, he starred as C. J. Barnes in the sitcom 8 Simple Rules (2004–2005). For his role in Just Shoot Me!, he was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and two Golden Globes. In animation, he voiced Ranger Frank in The Rugrats Movie (1998), Kuzco in The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) and its direct-to-video sequel, Kronk’s New Groove (2005), the red panda Aliur in Snowflake, the White Gorilla (2013) and Griffin the Invisible Man in the Hotel Transylvania film series (2012–2018). Spade hosted a late-night talk show Lights Out with David Spade, which premiered on July 29, 2019. Spade’s comedic style, in both his stand-up material and acting roles, relies heavily on sarcasm and self-deprecation.

In 2019 he started hosting a new late night show called Lights Out with David Spade on Comedy Central. The television spot was right after The Daily Show in the former slot inhabited by shows like The Colbert Report and The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore. As the production was put on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic, Comedy Central announced the show would not return to the channel once production can resume, but is instead being shopped around to a third-party broadcaster.


Spade resides in Beverly Hills, California. His house was burgled in June 2017.


In 2014, Spade had a guest role on an episode of ABC sitcom The Goldbergs (on which George Segal, his former Just Shoot Me co-star, has a major role as “Pops”, the protagonist’s grandfather). The end credits featured an interaction between Pops and Spade’s character.


In December 2005, Spade donated $100,000 to the police department of Phoenix, which provided firearms for the officers. Spade also donated $200,000 for the Oklahoma tornado relief program on May 20, 2013, $100,000 toward the ALS ice bucket challenge in 2014, and $100,000 to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) in June 2018 after the suicide of his sister-in-law Kate Spade, a fashion designer.


He and former Playboy Playmate Jillian Grace have a daughter together, Harper (b. August 28, 2008).


In the 2006 video game The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning, Spade provided the voice of Spyro’s dragonfly companion, Sparx. From 2007 to 2013, he starred as Russell Dunbar in the ensemble CBS sitcom Rules of Engagement. In 2010, he worked with TBS on a pilot for an animated series based on Joe Dirt, but it was eventually dropped.


He hosted the Comedy Central TV show The Showbiz Show with David Spade for three seasons, from September 2005 to October 2007. On the show, Spade made fun of Hollywood and celebrities in a manner similar to his old “Hollywood Minute” segment on SNL.


Spade starred again in the 2003 film Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, again co-written by Spade and Wolf. It was the first of many films in which Spade has appeared that were produced by another Saturday Night Live castmate, Adam Sandler. Most notable among these are the films Grown Ups (2010) and Grown Ups 2 (2013), both of which included Spade and Sandler among the lead roles, and both of which were major box office hits.

Spade hosted both the Teen Choice Awards and SpikeTV’s Video Game Awards in 2003. He voiced characters on several episodes of Beavis and Butt-head and produced his own TV series Sammy in 2000. From 2002 to 2006, Spade regularly appeared in commercials for Capital One (with Nate Torrence) where he played the employee of a fictional rival company whose policy toward honoring credit card rewards (and just about everything else) is “always no.” In 2004, he joined the cast of 8 Simple Rules, following the death of the sitcom’s star, John Ritter, for the show’s third and final season.

On September 5, 2003, Spade received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.


While appearing on Just Shoot Me, Spade had his first solo starring role as the title character in the 2001 film Joe Dirt, which was a modest box office success. The film was co-written by Spade and Fred Wolf.


In 2000, Spade provided the voice of Kuzco in Disney’s buddy comedy film, The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) and would later reprise the role in its direct-to-video sequel Kronk’s New Groove (2005).

On November 29, 2000, Spade was attacked by his assistant David Warren “Skippy” Malloy while he was sleeping. Malloy physically attacked him and used a stun gun on him after breaking into Spade’s home in the early morning. Spade managed to get out of the 350-pound Malloy’s attack and defended himself by locking himself in a bathroom armed with a shotgun. Malloy pleaded guilty and avoided jail time on condition he seek counseling for drug and psychological problems. He subsequently received five years probation, was ordered to stay at least 100 yards from Spade and perform 480 hours of community service.


Although he received several offers to star in his own TV shows, he turned them down and joined the ensemble cast of Steven Levitan’s office sitcom Just Shoot Me!, opposite Laura San Giacomo and George Segal, which ran for seven seasons from 1997 to 2003. He played a sarcastic receptionist, Dennis Finch.


On December 9, 1995, Spade revived “Hollywood Minute” inside a segment called “Spade in America”; Spade joked, “Look, children, it’s a falling star. Make a wish!” next to a picture of former Saturday Night Live cast member Eddie Murphy. The one-liner referred to Murphy’s lack of recent box office success, especially the bomb Vampire in Brooklyn. The quip made Murphy turn against both Spade and SNL for several years afterward. Spade wrote in his 2015 memoir that he received an angry phone call from Murphy two days later at the SNL offices; the two did not reconcile until a chance meeting in 2011. Spade left SNL in 1996. He returned to host an episode in 1998 and another in 2005.

Spade starred with fellow Saturday Night Live cast member Chris Farley in two buddy comedy films, Tommy Boy (1995) and Black Sheep (1996). The two were planning a third film together when Farley died of a drug overdose in 1997 at the age of 33. When Spade declined to attend Farley’s funeral, rumors abounded that there had been a falling out between the two. Spade stated that their friendship had been under some tension, partly because of Farley’s drug problem, but it never escalated to ill will, and that the reason he did not attend the funeral simply because he could not handle it emotionally.


With the help of friend and fellow comedian Dennis Miller, he joined Saturday Night Live in 1990. Spade started as a writer and eventually moved up to cast member. While there, he became known for his brand of sarcasm, and his characters in a number of sketches were hits. Some of them include a flight attendant for “Total Bastard Airlines” who bids a dismissive “Buh-Bye” to each passenger upon disembarking; a receptionist for Dick Clark who, as a matter of policy, asks people indiscriminately, “And you are?”; and the quick-witted “Hollywood Minute” reporter who roasts celebrities with personal one-liners. Other characters include Christy Henderson from the Gap Girls and Karl from the Karl’s Video sketches. He also did impressions of various celebrities, including Brad Pitt and Michael J. Fox. According to interviews with Spade, most of the material that he wrote early in his time at SNL was given to Dana Carvey to perform on the show.


Spade began performing stand-up comedy after graduating college. After being spotted by a talent agent while performing at The Improv in Los Angelos he was cast in the 1987 film Police Academy 4.


Spade attended Saguaro High School and later Scottsdale Community College before transferring to Arizona State University where he graduated with a business degree in 1986. He also was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Spade performed standup at the university’s long-running sketch comedy show, Farce Side Comedy Hour, on numerous occasions. In the mid-80s he also did stand-up in the Monday night comedy show at Greasy Tony’s Pizza in Tempe, Arizona.


David Wayne Spade (born July 22, 1964) is an American actor and comedian. He was a cast member on Saturday Night Live in the 1990s, and he later began an acting career in both film and television. He also starred or co-starred in the films Police Academy 4 (1987), Tommy Boy (1995), Black Sheep (1996), Joe Dirt (2001), Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser (2015), Grown Ups (2010), Grown Ups 2 (2013), and Father of the Year (2018) among others.