Pete Davidson stands beside the striking writers by delivering pizza to them

American comedian, actor and writer Peter Michael Davidson popularly known as Pete Davidson has come forward to show his support to the writers who are protesting amid the ongoing Writers Guild of American strike. On 5th May, Friday Pete was spotted handing out pizza to the striking writers outside New York City’s Silvercup Studios.

The comedian, actor was spotted participating in the strike. A video of Pete distributing pizza is shared via an Instagram account. In the video Pete is seen saying, “No writers, no shows without the writers.”


For the daytime outing the actor spotted wearing his signature black ‘Bupkis’ hoodie, black sweatpants and Ugg boots.

Before Pete came in support with the writers, two more actors which includes ‘Yellowjackets’ star Sammi Hanratty and ‘Abbott Elementary’ creator and star Quinta Brunson were seen holding picket signs as they joined WGA strikes in Los Angeles, on 3rd May, Wednesday.

Jay Leno was seen distributing donuts to picketers who were protesting outside Disney Studios in Burbank, Calif on the first day of strike which took place on Tuesday. On the same day in Los Angeles Rob Lowe walked along the picket line with son John Owen Lowe in front of Hollywood’s Paramount Pictures.

As per some source a report came earlier this week that Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers are helping pay their crews while both their shows are facing financial issues.