David Rainey - in Popular Culture

In Popular Culture

The creators of Drawn Together have compared the character Spanky Ham, a fictional character in the series, to Rainey.

In Pedro, Nick Oceano's 2008 film dramatizing Pedro Zamora's life, Rainey is portrayed by Matt Barr.

Rainey can also be seen in animated form in "Andy vs. the Real World", a 2002 episode of the animated television series Mission Hill, in which he gets coffee for an MTV studio executive, who then orders him to move some porta-potties.

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