David Spade Quotes

David Wayne Spade (born July 22, 1964) is an American actor, stand-up comedian, writer and television personality. He rose to fame in the 1990s as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, then began a successful acting career in both film and television. He also starred and co-starred in the films Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, Joe Dirt, Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser, Grown Ups, and Grown Ups 2, among others.

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David Spade


I'm scared of slipping up, of just doing a joke that makes me laugh.

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I'm still blow drying my hair, just trying to keep doing stuff that's fun.

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I've got people who like Tommy Boy, but they're getting older and there's a whole new wave of college kids who see that and Joe Dirt, and Just Shoot Me is a little older, so I wanted stuff for everybody.

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If I try to cover too much ground, you start to get watered down and less interesting.

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It wasn't a cutdown to call someone a Mexican. It would kill my career to refer to someone as Mexican today. It's like calling me an American.

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It's brutal. I see friends when their shows don't work. Everything's riding on making money and all the pressure and how people scatter when fortunes turn downward.

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It's great to tell people you have your own show, but that's where the fun stops.

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I only have one note, let's be honest. But I'll play a different version of that one note.

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I never have kids in movies or in TV shows.

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My career is just kind of crazy.

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I got into stand-up to get on a sitcom.

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Everyone is so weird in L.A. that if you're somewhat normal, it's exotic.

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There are too many fawning entertainment shows out there and not one of them is making fun of it all.

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The last girl I went out with blew me off. Now I call her with lame excuses to see her, "Hey, did I leave a penny over there?"

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To be famous and broke is hard.

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