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Adam Sandler Trademarks

The following list includes all pending trademark applications and active federal trademark registrations that are owned by Adam Sandler.

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Updated:
February 2, 2024

Adam Sandler is an actor, musician, and comedian. He was born on September 9, 1966 in New York. He always wanted to become a comedian and Sandler has kept his fans laughing since the 90s. In 1995, he was signed to his first film “Billy Madison.” Afterward, he did many films such as “The Water Boy” in 1998, “The Wedding Singer,” “Happy Gilmore” in 1996, and “Big Daddy” in 1999.

Adam Sandler grew up in Manchester, New York and had four siblings. Sandler’s mother taught in a school, and his father was an electrical engineer. He was the youngest of his four siblings. The idea of becoming a comedian never occurred to Sandler until his brother encouraged him to perform at a comedy club in Boston. Right after this, he pursued his dream and went to study at New York University. After his graduation, he became a part of the MTV show. He finally landed his first role in the film “Going Overboard” in 1989. Later he joined Saturday Night Live Cast. Dennis Miller offered this job to him, which lasted up to five years from 1990-1995.

In 2002, Adam Sandler played a role in “Mr. Deeds,” opposite Winona Ryder. Later, he co-starred with Emily Watson in “Punch-Drunk.” The same year, Sandler co-starred with Jack Nicholson in the comedy movie “Anger Management.” In 2004, he also did a rom-com, “50 First Dates,” with Drew Barrymore, which did very well at the box office. Right after this success, he played a role in the dramedy “Spanglish,” a story about a husband facing trouble with his wife.

Sandler also starred in the 2005 remake of “The Longest Yard,” in which he appeared as a convict who manages a football game between the inmates and the guards. In his next movie, “Click,” Sandler was cast as an architect who innovated a remote control that provided him the ability to pause and fast-forward his own life.

Additionally, Sandler also made various comedy albums. He was nominated for an award for the album, “They’re Gonna Laugh at You” in 1993. This album became an exclusive hit that increased his fan-following. He continued to work on his albums and released “What the Hell Happened to Me,” “What’s your Name,” “Shh, Don’t Tell,” and “Stan and Judy’s Kid.” Sandler returned as a stand-up comedian in 2018 with a Netflix show that contained his trademark juvenile songs stories about life as a middle-aged father. Adam Sandler got married to Jackie Titone (an actress) in June 2003. They have two daughters. Sunny was born in 2008, and Sadie was born in 2006.

In 1999, Sandler formed his own production company with the name, Happy Madison Productions. He produced movies and cast his friends including, Rob Schneider and David Spade. Sandler made dramas like “Spanglish” in 2004 and “Punch-Drunk” in 2002. His performances have earned him a lot praise. Afterward, he did comedy movies such as “You Don’t Mess with Zohan.”

Some of his hit movies include “Funny People,” released in 2009 and directed by Judd Apatow. Then, he did “Grown Ups” in 2010 and “Grown Ups 2” in 2013, in which he featured opposite Chris Rock. In 2011 he paired up with Jennifer Aniston for “Just Go With It,” a romantic farce movie.

Adam Sandler co-starred with Drew Barrymore for a third time in 2014’s “Blended;” it was a slapstick film in which two single parent and their kids accidently go on vacation with one another. He then starred in the drama, “Men, Women and Children” which was about exploring the effects of the modern community. In 2015 he signed an unreal action-comedy “Pixels,” in which he plays a gamer role called upon to assist the country from aliens who have explained the recording of gaming as a declaration of war.

Later, he also appeared in “The Meyerowitz Stories” in 2017, performing as the son of a sculptor who organized his exhibition to show his work.

Apart from all these comedy roles, he also does voiceovers in many animated movies such as “Eight Crazy Nights” in 2002, and the entire “Hotel Transylvania” series.

Sandler has filed many applications for trademarks with the name Adam Sandler including entertainment services in the nature of live musical performances, dramatic performances, and comedic performances. His net worth is estimated to be $420 million. Sandler also contributes to many charitable causes and makes donations. Along with his performances in different movies, he is also recognized for his musical comedy albums.

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  1. ADAM SANDLER

ADAM SANDLER

Serial Number:
75881932
Registration Number:
2442385
Word Mark:
ADAM SANDLER
Goods and Services:

IC 009. US 021 023 026 036 038. G & S series of musical sound recordings. FIRST USE: 19930000. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19930000.

IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S entertainment services in the nature of live musical performances, dramatic performances and comedic performances; presentation of a live show performance and musical concert. FIRST USE: 19840000. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19840000.

Filling Date:
1999-12-28
Registration Date:
2001-04-10
Current Basis:
1A
Owner:
SANDLER, ADAM
Attorney of Record:
Gary S. Phillips
Description of Mark:
Type of Mark:
Trademark
Register:
Principal
Live or Dead:
ACTIVE
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