Pete Davidson

Pete Davidson, born in 1993, is an American actor and comedian, former cast member of the historic television show Saturday Night Live. Davidson starred in and produced the 2019 comedy, Big Time Adolescence. The following year, he co-wrote and starred in the semi-autobiographical comedy-drama film, The King of Staten Island. Among other awards, he was nominated for a People's Choice Award for Favorite Comedy Movie Star in 2020. In early 2020, Davidson began taking part in more films, including The Suicide Squad, Bodies Bodies Bodies, and Marmaduke.

Between 2019 and 2021 he also dated actress Margaret Qualley, model Kaia Gerber and actress Phoebe Dynevor. From 2021 until 2022 he had a relationship with the model and influencer, Kim Kardashian, which lasted nine months.

On March 6, 2017 he announced on Instagram that he had stopped taking drugs and that he was clean for the first time in eight years. During an interview on comedian Marc Maron's podcast he clarified that the only drug he ever used was marijuana and that he has reduced his use considerably; He then added that his personal problems were initially the result of his daily use of marijuana and that they were actually caused by a borderline personality disorder, for which he has been undergoing treatment.

On December 15, 2018, he shared a candid Instagram post about suicide before deleting his account entirely: Concern from Grande, her friends and other users led the New York Police Department to conduct a sweep of Davidson's home , which was found safe in the Saturday Night Live studios shortly thereafter. Davidson appeared only once in that night's episode, when he hosted a musical performance by Miley Cyrus, Mark Ronson and Sean Lennon.