Adam Richard Sandler Born September 9, 1966, Hollywood funny man Adam Richard Sandler started his comedy career as a regular member of TV hit show Saturday Night Live. After tickling the funny bone of his audience, Adam brought his comedic punch lines in the big screen with blockbuster flicks such as Billy Madison (1995), Happy Gilmore (1996), Big Daddy (1999), and Mr. Deeds(2002). Aside from playing lead roles in multiple 100-million dollar films, Adam’s passion also include singing, screenwriting, and film production. In 1999, Sandler founded Happy Madison, a film and television production outfit named after his daughter that produces mostly family-themed movies.
Like every Virgo, Adam is a natural quick thinker with superb analytical skills. Virgo‘s mind is often associated with a hamster running tirelessly in a wheel. As early as five years old, Adam took advantage of his natural acting skills and observant traits by performing regularly in clubs and campuses. Together with his family, he moved to Manchester, New Hampshire, and nurtured his talent while studying at New York University. Known to be extremely close to both his parents, Adam was able to finish a degree and pursue an acting career under the guidance of his family. Virgo sign is very caring and loving, especially with families and friends. Virgo constantly wants to be needed and hates being taken for granted.
After suffering from many failed relationships during his teen hood, Sandler found the love of his life in fellow actress Jacqueline Titone. Their strong marriage is largely attributed to Adam’s respectful and loving nature. Virgo is the type of partner that shows high values and often gives out compliments and praises.
Years after their marriage that was held on June 22, 2003, the couple had a daughter, Sadie Madison Sandler, on May 6, 2006. Their second child, Sunny Madeline Sandler, was born two years after. Maintaining a strong relationship with his family, Sandler still lives with his parents in Los Angeles, although he has several homes on other cities.