Pete Davidson
Peggy Sirota
United States
2022

Pete
Davidson

One of the most beloved — and talked-about — performers to come from “Saturday Night Live,” Davidson took his final bow after Season 47 and is set to forge ahead on his in-demand Hollywood solo streak. When he joined “SNL” at 20, he was the youngest cast member, and in his eight seasons, he turned into a bona fide celebrity, known just as much for his high-profile relationships (Ariana Grande, Kate Beckinsale and Kim Kardashian, to name a few) as his stand-up talents, which include a Netflix special. Hence, his “SNL” departure wasn’t a huge surprise. In 2022, he starred in five movies, including the comedic horror indie “Bodies Bodies Bodies” and “Meet Cute,” a Peacock romcom with Kaley Cuoco. Looking ahead, Davidson will star, write and produce “Bupkis,” a Peacock series based on his life, and lend his voice to Paramount’s new “Transformers” installment. 

Career

  • BODIES BODIES BODIES
  • THE KING OF STATEN ISLAND
  • SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

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Pete Davidson Comedy 'Bupkis' Shares First Look of Joe Pesci in Peacock Series

Pete Davidson Comedy 'Bupkis' Shares First Look of Joe Pesci in Peacock Series

Peacock has shared a first look at Joe Pesci in Pete Davidson's semi-autobiographical comedy series "Bupkis." It was first reported that Pesci would be joining the series in August. He stars alongside Davidson as well as Edie Falco. The half-hour show is described as "a heightened, fictionalized version of Pete Davidson’s real life." Pesci stars as Davidson's grandfather, while Falco will play his mother. It was ordered to series at Peacock in April and is currently in production. "Bupkis" marks...

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