Pete Davidson has just made public that he is leaving the hit comedy show Saturday Night Live tomorrow when the show concludes its 47th season.
Pete Davidson is a stand-up comedian and actor who has made us laugh with his irreverent comedy and his nonchalant attitude, covered in tattoos, he has used his awkwardness to his advantage by portraying teenagers, and rappers, as well as clueless characters like “Chad”.
He will leave Studio 8H this weekend after growing up with the cast, not only because he joined the team when he was only 20 years old in 2014, but he grew in every dimension. During his tenure, he debuted as a movie star with his film The King of Staten Island, which is part biographical and was directed by comedy genius Judd Apatow.
Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, and Kyle Mooney are also saying goodbye to the show.
Along with Davidson, there are others who are also leaving, a great cast that made us laugh during a very difficult time will surely be missed, they entertained us while the Trump Presidency was rampant with situations that surprisingly were not made up. Furthermore, they also helped us crack a smile during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Davidson is moving on
During the time Davidson was on SNL he gained a reputation for being transparent while dealing with difficult situations and speaking openly about them, like his struggle with addiction and mental health, as well as his relationships with high profile celebrities like Ariana Grande, Kate Beckinsale and most recently with Kim Kardashian.