David Wayne Spade is an American actor, comedian, and television personality. He became popular in the 1990s as a cast member of‘Saturday Night Live’(SNL) in which he created character sketches, parodied celebrities, and contributed material to Dana Carvey. During his stint in SNL, he became close friends with Chris Farley and acted in a couple of commercially successful films with him. He then played central characters in some movies, which were not successful. He was then cast in the sitcom ‘Just Shoot Me,’ which ran for seven seasons.His portrayal of ‘Finch’ in the series earned him ‘Golden Globe’ nominations. He went on to host award shows and also voiced several animated characters. He was also part of the cast of ‘8 Simple Rules’ and ‘Rules of Engagement.’ He hosted his own show titled ‘The Showbiz Show with David Spade’ on Comedy Central, which was designed to be similar to his ‘Hollywood Minute’ segment on SNL. His high pitched voice, sarcastic one-liners, and childish stage personality have become his trademarks.