Adam's best friend is Rob Schneider. Rob has made appearances in many of Adam's films such as The Waterboy, Big Daddy, Little Nicky, 8 Crazy Nights, and 50 First Dates. Adam has also made some appearances in Schneider's films such as The Animal and The Hot Chick.
Adam's nickname is Sandman.
Adam is a Yankee fan
Adam is a writer, actor, producer, and musician. He often writes and produces his own movies.
when adam was growing up, one of his more popular jokes was popping out his dental retainer.
Adam belonged to the drama club throughout all four years of Manchester Central High.
In spite of being the class clown, Adam did well in school
Adam never prepares for his comedy acts. He always does them on the spot.
Adam donated gifts to young cancer sufferers in his home state of New Hampshire in Christmas 2006.
Adam has 2 dogs. Their names are Matzoball and Meatball
Ranked #35 in Premiere's 2003 annual Power 100 List. Had ranked #43 the previous two years.
December 2007 - According to Forbes, for each dollar he got paid, Adam Sandler's movies averaged $9 of gross income.
Is a fan of professional wrestling, and most of his self-written films have references to professional wrestling in them (the principal in Billy Madison (1995), Captain Insano in The Waterboy (1998), Chief Jay Strongbow's sleeper hold in Big Daddy (1999/I), mind-wrestling and 'Tommy 'Tiny' Lister' - a.k.a. the WWF's Zeus - in Little Nicky (2000), etc). Sandler even appeared on "WWF Smackdown!" (1999) to promote Little Nicky (2000). Kevin Nash, Bill Goldberg, 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin; all professional wrestlers, appeared in Adam's recent film, The Longest Yard (2005). Wrestler/producer Anthony Begonia almost appeared in 50 First Dates (2004) as an ukulele player.
Ranked #24 on Premiere's 2006 "Power 50" list. Had ranked #24 in 2005 as well.
His production company, Happy Madison, is named after two of his films, Happy Gilmore (1996) and Billy Madison (1995).
His favorite cartoon character is Spongebob Squarepants.
Father was an electrician. His brother is an attorney. One sister is a dentist; the other sister is a waitress.
Has worked with director Frank Coraci three times: The Wedding Singer (1998), The Waterboy (1998) and _Click (2006)_.
Has starred alongside Drew Barrymore in two movies: The Wedding Singer (1998) and 50 First Dates (2004).
His beloved dog, Meatball, who also has a section on Adam's official website with photos and videos, passed away due to a heart attack, at 4 years old. He was the son of Mr. Beefy, the talking dog in Little Nicky (2000). Meatball was best "man" at Sandler's wedding and was dressed in a tux, with a yarmulka on his head. (January 27 2004).
Started Happy Madison Productions, which is behind most of his films.
He and his wife, Jackie Sandler, became the parents of a baby Sadie Madison, on May 6, 2006 in Los Angeles.
In 1988, he was hired as a repertory player for MTV's TV-trivia game show "Remote Control" (1987).