Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1966, Adam Sandler began his career performing stand-up before landing small roles in The Cosby Show and the MTV game show Remote Control. After appearing the lesser-known comedy Going Overboard in 1989, Sandler got a big break when he was hired to write for SNL, on the recommendation of Dennis Miller.
Although Sandler is best known for his movies, the comedian is also a talented musician and film producer, forming Happy Madison Productions in 1999. The first movie his newly formed production company made was Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, starring the hilarious Rob Schneider, a '90s comedy about a hapless fishtank cleaner who becomes a male prostitute to earn some money.
From Happy Gilmore and The Wedding Singer, Adam Sandler has starred in some of the funniest and most memorable comedies of the past 25 years. In celebration of The Sandman's outstanding career, Goliath created a quiz to test your memory the New York native's filmography. Find out how well you remember Sandler's best (and worst) movies with today's daily quiz! Good luck!