Stand-up comedian, actor and writer Pete Davidson just wrapped up his eighth and final season as a cast member on “Saturday Night Live.” Davidson is the first “SNL” cast member to be born in the 1990s. Davidson shot his first one-hour stand-up special for Comedy Central in 2016 and was named one of Forbes’ 2016 “30 Under 30.” In 2020, he released the stand-up special, “Pete Davidson: Alive From New York,” on Netflix.
Davidson co-wrote, executive produced and starred in the critically acclaimed film “The King of Staten Island,” released in 2020. He has also starred in the independent film “Big Time Adolescence,” Netflix’s Mötley Crüe biopic “The Dirt,” Netflix’s “Set It Up” and John Turturro’s “The Jesus Rolls.” He was most recently on screen in “The Suicide Squad.”
Davidson’s upcoming film projects include “Meet Cute,” “I Slept With Joey Ramone” and “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies.”
Davidson is from Staten Island, N.Y., and his birthday is Nov. 16.