David Spade was born in Birmingham, Michigan in 1964 and is best known as an actor and comedian, appearing on Saturday Night Live beginning in 1990. Spade would become a writer and cast member for the popular show until 1996 and also revived his stand-up comedy career thanks to a few cable specials. After his stint with Saturday Night Live, Spade began a career in film, starring in titles such as Tommy Boy and Black Sheep alongside fellow SNL cast member, Chris Farley. In more recent years, Spade has turned to television, including a six year stint on Just Shoot Me and starring as Russell on the CBS sitcom, Rules of Engagement.
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