Adam gets noticed and joins the cast of "Saturday Night Live." "SNL" cast member Dennis Miller caught a whiff of Sandler's comedy and was quick to get him a job on the show. Adam would spend the next five years with "SNL," creating signature characters to deliver his side-splitting comedy. His "kiddie comedy" and stunts were often offensive, but his style won him millions of loyal fans.
Funnyman Adam Sandler gets his big movie break. In 1995, Adam landed his first starring role in the movie "Billy Madison," he would go on to star in four more films over the next five years. Sandler is also a talented dramatic actor; he played a troubled man who lost his family on 9/11 in the 2007 movie "Reign Over Me." Some reviewed his performance as being "compelling" and "excellent." If you see Adam playing guitar and singing in films or TV, that's really him.
Adam Sandler branches off into producing films. In 2007 Adam Sandler produced and starred in the comedy film "I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry." All you have to do is keep your eyes and ears open because at least one movie each year will drop with Sandler's name attached as its star. Adam has also released several comedy albums. Adam Sandler is married to actress Jackie Titone; the couple have two children together.