His time to go? Maybe so. Pete Davidson joined Saturday Night Live in 2014 and has turn out to be a staple on the sketch comedy sequence ever since. However, he has by no means shied away from talking out in regards to the present.
In the previous few years, the Guy Code alum has been open about his expertise on SNL, noting that he has an incredible relationship with creator Lorne Michaels.
“He has treated me with nothing but love and he’s like a father figure to me,” Davidson informed Charlamagne Tha God throughout a prolonged interview in February 2021, regardless of noting that there’s a “cutthroat” ambiance behind-the-scenes. “Everyone’s trying to get their s–t on. Everyone wants to be the next thing. So it’s not like a loving, care … Like you’re not going to get coddled over there. You know, they don’t give a f–k at the end of the day.”
The New York native was solely 20 when he landed a component on the present, changing into one of many youngest cast members.
“It is my seventh year and that’s what the contract is usually for,” the Big Time Adolescence actor and producer told Gold Derby in June 2021. “[The season 46 finale] was really emotional. I worked with these guys for a fourth of my life. … I started there with acne and left with tattoos. It was just like a crazy, long period of time, and [I] wasn’t ready for the season to end yet because I was really having so much fun.”
The Set It Up star additionally has been starring in increasingly more movies since he joined in SNL, together with Suicide Squad, dropping in August 2021, and upcoming movies The Things They Carried and Meet Cute.
Scroll by way of the gallery under for the whole lot that Davidson has mentioned about when he’ll go away the present: