Pete Davidson

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  • Famed Comedian and Cast Member, Saturday Night Live
  • Actor, 'The King of Staten Island' and 'The Dirt'


At just 26 years of age, Pete Davidson is one of the most successful performers of our time—from his breakthrough on Saturday Night Live, to the dazzling and brilliant stand-up gigs that culminated in a hit Netflix special called Alive from New York, and now the big screen. The King of Staten Island, the starring vehicle he co-wrote with Judd Apatow, debuted to raves in June 2020 (Rolling Stone called it “one of the year’s best movies”) and was the #1 bestselling title across all VOD platforms.

From the Weekend Update desk, where he offers his post-millennial take on everything from living at home with his mom to current events, to viral comedy pieces such as those featuring his recurring character, “Chad,” Davidson has made the most of his six years on Saturday Night Live, where he began—and remains—as its youngest cast member.

 

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At just 26 years of age, Pete Davidson is one of the most successful performers of our time—from his breakthrough on Saturday Night Live, to the dazzling and brilliant stand-up gigs that culminated in a hit Netflix special called Alive from New York, and now the big screen. The King of Staten Island, the starring vehicle he co-wrote with Judd Apatow, debuted to raves in June 2020 (Rolling Stone called it “one of the year’s best movies”) and was the #1 bestselling title across all VOD platforms.

From the Weekend Update desk, where he offers his post-millennial take on everything from living at home with his mom to current events, to viral comedy pieces such as those featuring his recurring character, “Chad,” Davidson has made the most of his six years on Saturday Night Live, where he began—and remains—as its youngest cast member.

Two months before the triumphant release of The King of Staten Island, Davidson starred in Jason Orley’s HULU original film, Big Time Adolescence, in which he delivered what Vanity Fair called “a smashing performance.” Other film credits include Jeff Tremaine’s The Dirt, Claire Scanlon’s Set It Up, Adam Shankman’s What Men Want, John Turturro’s The Jesus Rolls and Judd Apatow’s Trainwreck. He is now set to star in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, to be released in 2021, and he his and his SNL castmate Colin Jost will headline Universal Pictures’ upcoming wedding comedy Worst Man.