Adam Sandler credits parents’ work ethic at Mark Twain Prize award

Actor and comedian Adam Sandler became the 24th recipient of the Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Sandler, whose movies include “Spanglish,” “The Wedding Singer,” and “The Waterboy,” was celebrated for his comedic career that still comes as a surprise to him.

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  1. Dudes made his fame mostly on stereotyping his own culture….yep…award worthy…

  2. Wow, giving another celebrity an award. Great.

  3. He should’ve credited AWESOME-O for all those movie ideas…

  4. I like how honest he is. He just speaks from the heart.

  5. Oh, my! How news-worthy! Profanity, not comedy! Sad!