Dave doesn't believe comedy would benefit from public feuds, like it has for hip-hop.
Dave says that a lot of people want to rub his head, which he doesn't enjoy because he's bald.
Dave believes the best party city is Tijuana because they have "no laws." Dave believes the best American party city is Miami, Florida.
Dave released his comedy record Skanks for the Memories in 2003 under Comedy Central Records.
Dave openly supported the 2007 Writers Guild of America strike.
Dave had his first drink around the age of fourteen.
Dave describes his comedy as "circa 1989" stand-up.
Dave says that if he wasn't a comedian he would enjoy being a locksmith.
Dave has only done drugs once, claiming to be too paranoid to handle it, although he feels "he should" do LSD at one point.
Dave starred as Don in the 2000 short film The Office Party. In 2005, Dave had the role of Efram the driver in the film My Suicidal Sweetheart. In 2006, Dave had the role of Knifeman in the film Scary Movie 4. In 2007, Dave had the role of Abbot in the film Twisted Fourtune.
Dave stands at 5'9" or 1.75 m.
In 2001, Dave was nominated for an American Comedy Award in the category of Funniest Male Stand-Up Comic.
Dave: There is that aspect. The one night you don't go out, there's always the guy who's like, "You should have hung out." That's when all the great stuff happens. The three-way with the Dixie Chicks. Midgets dressed as Lincoln. All that stuff.
Dave: I usually spend all my bar time alone, so I don't hook up much. Going alone doesn't work.
Dave: You know you're a loser when you're in a town full of beautiful adult film stars, and the occasion curious electronics conventioneer, and you're still going home alone.
Dave: I don't think I'm a star or a celebrity or any thing like that. I could give a sh*t about any of that stuff.
Dave: I think if you drink enough, you can capture almost any drug experience.
Dave: I never knew so many people saw Pootie Tang. Everybody always brings it up. Yeah, people either love it or hate it. It's the Half-Baked of the century.
Dave: You know, men and women are a lot alike in certain situations. Like when they're both on fire--they're exactly alike.