David Wayne Spade was born on July 22, 1964, in Birmingham, Michigan, to Judith and Warne Spade. Andy and Bryan are his two brothers.
When Spade was four years old, the family relocated to Scottsdale, Arizona, and shortly after that, his parents got divorced.
The brothers were mostly reared by their mother, who did so in some degree of poverty. David attended Scottsdale Community College and Arizona State University after graduating from Saguaro High School.
He earned a business degree in 1986 and is a member of the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Spade would frequently appear in a sketch comedy event at the university called Farce Side Comedy Hour.
Throughout college, he also performed stand-up at Greasy Tony’s Pizza in Tempe, Arizona. Eventually, his brother Andy Spade and his wife, Kate, who tragically committed themselves in 2018, would go on to co-found the wildly successful handbag firm, Kate Spade.
David Spade Contributes $5,000 to a Burger King Employee’s GoFundMe Campaign that first appeared on Consequence.
Kevin Ford recently accomplished the impossible feat of working at Burger King for 27 years without missing a single day, only to be rewarded with a goodie bag that would make even the most basic trick-or-treating basket look opulent.
The man was shocked to learn that David Spade had intervened to give him $5,000 after his lackluster story went viral. The GoFundMe donation was made by the former SNL cast member, who told TMZ he would use the money to visit family in Texas and purchase a well-deserving new car.
There was no way to tell if it was David Spade, but Ford’s daughter informed him that someone with a well-known name had made a sizeable donation. Prior to checking his Instagram messages, Ford.
Teri Hatcher, Julie Bowen, Heather Locklear, and Naya Rivera are just a few of the well-known women David has dated. He was been referred to by E! News as “the comedy world’s George Clooney from the Bachelor-era.”
Harper, his child with former Playboy Playmate Jillian Grace, was born in 2008. He’s never had a wife. On November 29, 2000, as Spade was sound asleep, his assistant attacked him.
After bursting into Spade’s house early in the morning, David Warren “Skippy” Malloy attacked him with a stun pistol. Spade was able to escape Malloy by fighting him, and he then barricaded himself in a bathroom with a shotgun until the police arrived.
Malloy avoided jail time by entering a guilty plea. He was sentenced to five years of probation, drug and mental health counseling, and a requirement that he remain at least 100 yards away from Spade. 480 hours of community service were assigned to him.
In December 2005, Spade gave a $100,000 donation to the Phoenix police force. In May 2013, he gave 0 000 to Oklahoma tornado victims.
Other notable contributions include $100,000.
Saturday Night Live
Spade relocated to Los Angeles and kept performing stand-up comedy. His major break came in 1989, when Dennis Miller, a fellow comic, helped David land a role on “Saturday Night Live.” He began as a writer before becoming a cast member.
Many of his skits quickly became classics thanks to his distinctively sarcastic sense of humor, especially when he appeared alongside buddy and fellow cast member Chris Farley.
Producer for SNL Lorne Michaels had the notion to cast the two together in a movie since they had such great chemistry in iconic recurrent sketches like Gap Girls and Matt Foley.
And so, in 1995, Michaels came up with the idea for “Tommy Boy” and brought it to life, casting Farley as the loving, irresponsible goofball and Spade as the “straight man.”
In “Black Sheep,” released in 1996, the two collaborated once more essentially using the same approach. Although the movies received mixed reviews from critics, they were commercial successes and SNL fans regarded them as classics.
The actor was so devastated by Farley’s drug overdose death in 1997 that he was unable to attend his funeral, which led to rumors that the two may have had a falling out.
He was cast in the 1997 episode of the NBC workplace comedy “Just Shoot Me,” which ran until 2003. He was creating his own television series, “Sammy,” and providing voiceovers for “Beavis and Butthead” at the same time.
He joined the cast of “8 Simple Rules” in 2004 after the passing of John Ritter for the program’s final season. In a nod to his “Hollywood Minute” comedy from Saturday Night Live, he served as the host of Comedy Central.
David has had a limited but noteworthy film career in addition to his television work. In addition to “Black Sheep” and “Tommy Boy,” he also co-wrote and starred in the comedies “Joe Dirt” and “Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser” in 2001.
In the 2003 film “Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star,” which he also co-wrote with Wolf and which was also produced by Adam Sandler, a former cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” he took the lead part once more.
The movie office successes “Grown Ups” (2010) and “Grown Ups 2” (2013), both of which starred Kate Spade, were produced by Sandler.
David received $150,000 per episode for the first few seasons of “Just Shoot Me!” His pay was increased to $300,000 per episode before the sixth season. The seasonally equivalent amount was $6.6 million.
Before royalties from this series, David Spade made a total base salary of about $30 million. David made a high of $150,000 per episode during his tenure on “Rules of Engagement.” Approximately $3.6 million per season was the result.
During his stint on SNL, David received three nominations for Emmy awards for Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program.
He received two Golden Globe nominations and an Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Dennis Finch in “Just Shoot Me.” In September 2003, he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Real Estate Assets
Over the years, David Spade has had a number of stunning homes in Los Angeles. He sold a Malibu home for $10.225 million in 2013. Ted Sarandos, the head of Netflix content, purchased the item.
In 2001, he paid $4 million for a house in Beverly Hills‘ Trousdale Estates neighborhood. In January 2022, David put this house on the market for $19.95 million.
He purchased a somewhat modest home in West Hollywood, California, for $2.3 million in April 2020. David spent $13.85 million on a brand-new home in the Hollywood Hills in October 2021.
What is David Spade’s Net Worth and Salary?
With a net worth of $70 million, David Spade is an American actor, comedian, and television personality. David Spade has a sizable real estate portfolio in addition to playing several parts in movies and television shows.