Most people know Pete Davidson as an alumnus of Saturday Night Live.
The New York-born comedian has had a successful career or stand-up shows and acting gigs where he makes light of the crass city he came from and the humor that grew in him throughout his life.
He’s a young rising success with plenty to show for it, including a successful transition to drama for his leading role in The King of Staten Island.
This movie was significant to him. Not only was he a lead, but he was also the executive producer and co-writer because the story of the film is his own, authentic story of loss.
Most people who know Pete Davidson know that he remembers his father, Scott Davidson, very well.
His father was a firefighter who died in service during the 9/11 terror attacks.
Over 20 years later, his loss continues to affect his loved ones, but for the better as he is remembered as a hero and has been honored through his son’s legacy.
10 /10 Scott The Man
Scott Davidson was born in 1968 and grew up in New York City, specifically Staten Island. Not much is known about his childhood or youth, and he held many positions as he grew up.
He was seen as highly competitive in many fields, always striving to accomplish something, and pulled ahead of his peers in various disciplines.
9 /10 Scott The All-Star
Scott was involved in baseball and basketball in high school. He competed in the Great Kills Little League in baseball, which won him many awards.
He pursued Basketball more fiercely up until his senior year. He was awarded the MVP title for his skills and time committed to the team.
He continued this trend in college, where he played basketball for the College of Staten Island for all four years and captained his senior year.