In his memoir, Almost Interesting, David Spade tells the story of his life in show business. From growing up in Arizona to becoming a successful comedian and actor, Spade shares never-before-told stories about his time on Saturday Night Live, relationships with celebrities such as Chris Farley and Jennifer Aniston, and experiences as a single dad.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who is interested in show business, comedy, or David Spade’s life.
- The book is written in a very humorous and entertaining way, which makes it enjoyable to read.
- Spade has had an interesting life and he shares many anecdotes that the reader would not have otherwise known about.
- Despite being a comedy memoir, Almost Interesting also contains some insightful observations about Hollywood and show business.
- It’s not interesting
- It’s only for fans of David Spade
- It doesn’t offer anything new
Learn more about the author
David Spade is an actor and comedian who rose to fame in the 1990s as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. He has since starred in films such as Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, Joe Dirt, Grown Ups, and Murray Christmas. He also currently stars on the sitcom The Half Hour.
“David Spade is candid, funny and interesting in Almost Interesting. This memoir had me laughing out loud on numerous occasions.”
“David Spade’s story is hilarious, honest and heartfelt. From his days on SNL to becoming a successful movie actor and comedian, he doesn’t shy away from revealing personal details about his life – the good, bad and ugly. Almost Interesting is laugh-out-loud funny but also deeply moving – an extremely entertaining read.”
“Almost Interesting is an intimate and introspective look at the life of David Spade. From his days on Saturday Night Live to his work on Hollywood films, this memoir offers a unique perspective into the private thoughts of one of America’s most successful comedians.”
“Almost Interesting is hilarious and brutally honest. David Spade lays it all out there with razor sharp wit and self-deprecating humor. The book had me laughing out loud on many occasions, but also provided a touching glimpse into the private life of one of America’s funniest comedians.”