SNL alum performing at Dr. Phillips Center on May 3, tickets still available

A comedian, actor, and former cast member of Saturday Night Live is bringing his tour to Orlando this Friday.

David Spade will perform in downtown Orlando as part of his Catch Me Inside tour on Friday, May 3.

Tickets are still available for the show, which will be held at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts located at 445 S Magnolia Avenue.

Spade is best known for roles in a series of hit movies including Tommy Boy, Black Sheep, and, most recently, as a lead in The Wrong Missy.

Spade has also been part of the cast of two successful, long-running sitcoms in his career: Just Shoot Me and Rules of Engagement. For his role in the former, he was nominated for an Emmy and two Golden Globes.

Over the years, the comedian has continued performing stand-up sets, affording opportunities to younger comedians, and participating in a series of successful projects, including his short-lived, but much-loved, late-night talk show, Lights Out with David Spade.

For more information on the comedian, or to purchase tickets for the upcoming show in Orlando, visit the David Spade event page through the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts website.

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