LOST AND FOUND
"Saturday Night Live" veteran favorite
DAVID SPADE (Dylan Ramsey / Screenwriter) currently stars
in NBC's hit series "Just Shoot Me," for which he received
a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Television Series,
Musical or Comedy.
Spade began his career performing stand-up comedy in theaters
and colleges across the country. In 1990, Spade debuted on "Saturday
Night Live" and was named "Hot Stand-Up Comedian of
the Year" by Rolling Stone. The stand-up launched his feature
film career alongside comedic partner Chris Farley, starring in
the box office hit "Tommy Boy" and the sequel "Black
Sheep." His other feature credits include "Reality Bites,"
"Coneheads," "Light Sleeper" and "P.C.U."
Most recently, his voice was featured in the hit "Rugrats."
His upcoming projects include voicing the lead character of Manco
in Disney's "Kingdom of the Sun."
Spade's other television appearances include 1998's HBO comedy
special, "David Spade: Take the Hit," a guest-starring
role on the acclaimed "The Larry Sanders Show" and a
featured slot on HBO's "13th Annual Young Comedians' Special."
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