Chris Farley died 21 years ago on Tuesday. Even though he was only 33 at the time of his passing, Farley still had major impact on the world of comedy.
He starred in such comedy classics as “Black Sheep” and “Tommy Boy” and had a number of hilariously memorable scenes in the Adam Sandler flick “Billy Madison.” While his film work may have been sparse, he’s most remembered for a number of iconic Saturday Night Live Skits.
Farley, who was cast member of SNL from 1990-1995, often shared the stage with the likes of David Spade, Norm Macdonald, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider and Sandler.
Sandler, who most recently released a standup special on Netflix, shared a video of him performing a song he wrote remembering his late friend Farley on the 21st anniversary of his passing.
Check out Sandler’s tribute to Farley: