David Spade to Headline The Venetian Las Vegas

Known for his nasally, high pitched voice and child-like nature, David Spade, 40, is currently celebrating his 100th appearance at The Venetian Las Vegas.

People With Money just named Spade the highest-paid actor of the year, raking in an astounding $58 million in combined earnings between July 2012 and July 2013. His films have generated more than $480 million in revenue.

On a regular basis, the witty actor sells out the seats at the Sands Showroom and has received Emmy, Golden Globe and American Comedy Award nods for his role in the hit series Just Shoot Me. He also stars in the CBS comedy Rules of Engagement, now in its seventh season.

Since first making appearances on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, Spade has been cracking up fans worldwide. Playing roles in the past such as the uptight break pad salesmen in Tommy Boy, the voice of the llama in Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove, an all-American guy in Joe Dirt and his recent roles in Grown Ups alongside Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and Kevin James are just a glimpse into the talented actor’s spectacular career.

He will be bringing along his cutting, sarcastic one-liners and eccentric stage personality to the city that never sleeps–guaranteed to leave audiences in tears from laughing.

See him perform stand-up comedy live at the Sands Showroom August 16-17 or October 4-5. Tickets can be purchased here and start at $65.

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