If you remember when MTV mostly aired music videos and The Real World, congratulations, you’re old. But it also means you remember the crazy Spring Break parties they threw every year, hosted by Pauly Shore. He also hosted his own show for them, Totally Pauly, before quickly flaming out in an ill-conceived film career that included Encino Man and Bio-Dome. But that all happened in the space of six years, and after his failed network series, Pauly, Hollywood finally seemed to have closed the door on his leading man chances. So whatever happened to “The Weasel” after he became Tinsel Town roadkill
Pauly Shore may have been down over the years, but he was never out. While his career suffered a decline in the late 90s, his new approach at humor and the rise of the internet in the early to mid-2000s has brought him back Recently, and he released Pauly Shore Stands Alone on Showtime. It is a road trip documentary that follows his tour through Wisconsin while dealing with life at home. He also took part in a Funny or Die sketch by Anthony Weiner, who earned half a million views.
He is currently working on a documentary of his life. It chronicles his childhood in the 70s and his career in the 80s and 90s. He is also working with Adam Sandler on Sandy Wexler, a new movie which is coming to Netflix this year.