Flashback Friday: Adam Sandler in 'Billy Madison' (VIDEO)


Adam Sandler has been making millions of people laugh for nearly two decades, after becoming a writer -- then cast member -- on Saturday Night Live in 1990.

Since, he's gone on to star in several Hollywood feature films that grossed over $100 million at the box office.

In his latest work That's My Boy -- hitting theaters on June 15 -- the 45-year-old comedian plays the father of real-life SNL protégée, Andy Samberg.

To celebrate, Celebuzz is taking a walk down memory lane in one of most coveted roles as Billy Madison in Billy Madison, the 1995 comedy film directed by Tamra Davis.

If you haven't been around to watch Billy Madison, here is a break down:

Billy Madison is about a slacker who returns to school in order to take over his father's lucrative business. He then goes from kindergarten, to high school in a matter of weeks.

In the particular scene Celebuzz picked for our Flashback Friday feature, Billy is in the third grade and has a little bit of trouble with cursive.

Watch the hilarious video above.

Check out the trailer for That's My Boy below.

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  • RasmussenElisabeth
    RasmussenElisabeth

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  • Chuck
    Chuck

    To be fair, I'm not sure I could have written any of those words in cursive. Who uses cursive anymore?

  • yeahokay
    yeahokay

    back when he was funny.

 
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