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In David Spade's funny new comedy special "My Fake Problems," he goes after the Oscars. The comedian wonders why it is so esteemed when a first-timer like Jennifer Hudson wins or a kid like Quvenzhane Wallis gets nominated. We will ask Spade about that and his career when he joins us for a live chat this Monday, June 16, at 1:00 p.m. Pt; 4:00 p.m. Et on Gold Derby's home page. -Break- running "Saturday Night Live" as a writer and cast member. He stayed with that program through 1996. Just before departing, his film career took off by starring with fellow "SNL" alum Chris Farley in "Tommy Boy" and "Black Sheep." Recently he has been seen in Adam Sandler movies "The Benchwarmers," "Grown Ups," and "Jack and Jill." Follow Gold Derby on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, iTunes and YouTube »
Having played Jock Kid in The Benchwarmers, enraged ex-boyfriend Glen in Stuck in Love, and Frat Boy Cooper in Grown Ups 2, Patrick Schwarzenegger is no stranger to the role of intimidating, popular kid on the block. Those are fitting roles for the son of the Terminator, the ultimate intimidating force on film. Now signed on to the growing cast of Scouts vs. Zombies, Patrick Schwarzenegger will again have the chance to be big man on campus, but this time he could be zombified.
According to Deadline, in Scouts vs. Zombies Schwarzenegger will play a high school quarterback who opposes a trio of boy scout buds played by young actors Tye Sheridan, Logan Miller, and Joseph Morgan. Veteran comedic actor David Koechner is attached to play Scout Leader Rogers.
- Derek Anderson
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