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Adam Sandler, a cast member in "The Do-Over," waves to photographers at the premiere of the film at the Regal LA Live theaters on Monday, May 16, 2016, in Los Angeles. Sandler will host "Saturday Night Live" in May.

SALT LAKE CITY — Adam Sandler will return to “Saturday Night Live” as a guest host this spring.

Variety reports that Sandler, who got his start on the shows in the ‘90s, will return May 4 to host the live sketch comedy. He will join musical performer Shawn Mendes.

Sandler joined the show in 1990 as a writer before becoming an on-stage “SNL” actor from 1991 to 1995, according to Variety.

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“We are happy to welcome Adam back to ‘SNL’ in what is sure to be a special night,” said executive producer Lorne Michaels, according to Fox News.

Bigger picture: Sandler’s career only took off from there, becoming a household Hollywood name. He starred in such comedies as “Big Daddy,” “Billy Madison” and “Happy Gilmore,” among dozens more.

More recently, Sandler signed a deal with Netflix. His comedy show “100% Fresh” is available for streaming. His next movie, “Murder Mystery” starring Jennifer Aniston, will drop later this year, according to Variety.