We’re ranking David Spade’s greatest characters. As an actor, comic, and Saturday Night Live alumni, David Spade landed his first movie role in 1987’s Police Academy 4. After starring in a string of great comedies in the early ‘90s, including Coneheads, Reality Bites, and PCU, he teamed up with fellow SNL cast member Chris Farley for 1995’s hilarious hit Tommy Boy and again in ‘96 for Black Sheep.
Usually typecast as the tongue-in-cheek middleman, David Spade's also an accomplished voice actor. Voicing Emperor Kuzco in the Emperor’s New Groove and Griffin the Invisible Man in the Hotel Transylvania series, his characters are known for having a certain sarcastic charm. Which of David Spade’s characters is your favorite? Whether you prefer him as Shiloh in Grandma’s Boy, scrappy Joe in Joe Dirt, or know-it-all Dennis Finch in the NBC series Just Shoot Me, make your voice heard below.
Vote up David Spade’s best characters to see which performance is his most popular.
MonicaJack & Jill
General CusterThe Ridiculous 6
Charlie McMillianThe Do-Over
WayneFather of the Year
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