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Published on Sep 10, 2012
With a career that spans almost three decades, David Spade mixes experience with his natural sense of humor to provide hilarious entertainment for the masses. Tribute.ca got a lesson on David's childhood fears as well as what roommate he would choose at the Hotel for Monsters when they sat down to talk about his latest project, "Hotel Transylvania." The film premieres at this year's Toronto International Film Festival and is the story of a human boy who falls in love with Dracula's daughter when he accidentally ends up at the Hotel for Monsters. Spade does the voice-over for Griffin -- The Invisible Man.
Bouncing back and forth between television and film, David is known mostly for his roles in "The Benchwarmers" with Rob Schneider and Jon Heder, "Tommy Boy" with Chris Farley and the popular sitcoms "Just Shoot Me!" and "Rules of Engagement." He also recently starred in the comedy feature "Grown Ups" alongside Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Chris Rock. The sequel, "Grown Ups 2," comes out next year.
Interview by Alexandra Heilbron, Tribute Entertainment Media Group