He started doing stand-up comedy while attending college, and made his big-screen debut in 1987's Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol.
He performed stand-up on Fox's The Late Show with Joan Rivers, and when she was fired, Fox asked Spade to be one of several rotating hosts, but he declined.
In some episodes, the two seems to be friends although most of the time Jade seems to be "frenemies" with Tori.
For unexplained reasons in later episodes, Tori is shown to wear glasses when at home.
His mother eventually remarried, but Spade's stepfather killed himself in 1980, when Spade was 15.
At about this time, perhaps as a defense mechanism, young Spade began taking almost nothing seriously, and became known as a class cut-up.
After six seasons on SNL, Spade went on to star as a sarcastic office worker on the sitcom Just Shoot Me with Laura San Giacomo, and eventually wandered into the cast of 8 Simple Rules after the untimely death of its star, John Ritter.
AKA David Wayne Spade Born: 22-Jul-1964Birthplace: Birmingham, MIGender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Comic Nationality: United States Executive summary: Rules of Engagement David Spade's parents divorced when he was a toddler, and his father would "pop in once a year to take us to the circus," Spade says.
In grade school, he says he was taunted relentlessly by the other kids.
This adds a degree of tension to the relationship, and as long as you make sure the antagonist is less of a "villain", we're allowed to root for them.
As the name indicates, this tends to be the gender dynamic of a male hero and a female villain (speculation as to why can be found on the Analysis page).