Adam Devine Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

Adam Devine breaks down his most iconic characters, including roles in Mail Order Comedy, Workaholics, Pitch Perfect, Game Over, Man!, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, The Intern, When We First Met, and more.

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Adam Devine Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ


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46 thoughts on “Adam Devine Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ

  1. I laughed sooooooooo hard when he hit that chicken inthe face with the four wheeler tire lmao! I just lose it every single time because he(Adam Devine's character) had the BEST movements to get her out of the way lmao

  2. Adam DeVine
    1. Christoff, Karate Tournament Announcer – American Dad 2014
    2. Mike Stangle – Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates 2016
    3. Julian – Ice Age 5 Collision Course 2016
    4. Beer Pong Guy #1 – Neighbors 2014

  3. So GQ starts this 'Iconic Characters' segment with Pacino and De Niro. They then move quickly thru Di Caprio, Bradley Cooper and on down. Now we have a dude who's had all of 3 paying acting jobs of notice… Gosh, hard to choose between 1…2….or 3 and I find myself wondering if GQ understands the word "iconic" or if this just more silly click bait. Nope. I know. I once saw this dude who was in several commercials. One for insurance and another for a grocery store ad, can't remember the third. Get on it GQ, par for the current course.

  4. He’s good but saying ‘iconic’ characters?
    There needs to be characters that have stood the test of time ~ Al Pacino has iconic characters. Still, he’s fun to watch.

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