From The Apollo to Spanglish
Funnyman Adam Sandler is no joke at the box office. His road to leading man status began on Saturday Night Live in the early '90s. Adam made a quick leap to the big screen starring in laugh-out-loud comedies and major blockbusters like Mr. Deeds, 50 First Dates, Anger Management and The Wedding Singer. Adam's latest film, James L. Brooks' Spanglish, is already receiving critical acclaim. Adam makes a dramatic turn as a famous chef, harried husband and stressed out father.
Adam says with his roles in movies like Spanglish, he doesn't worry much about the box office results.
"I'm just honored to be in this movie," Adam says. "I mean, I hope a lot of people see it. It's a very nice, warm movie.... I'm proud to be in it."