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Cazzie David
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Actress
    (May 10, 1994- )
    Also a writer and producer
    Daughter of writers/actors Larry David and Laurie Lennard
    Dated comedian Pete Davidson for two years until May 2018
    Wrote, produced and starred in Amazon series 'Half Empty'
    Series creator for 'Eighty-Sixed'
    She has a male first name as a last name.
    She and Pete allegedly broke up on her 24th birthday.
    She attended Amy Schumer's wedding.
    She became known as the girlfriend Pete dumped for Ariana Grande.
    She appeared in a bit part for 'Hannah Montana.'
    Her parents are divorced.
    She dislikes New York City.
    She graduated from Emerson College.
    As of Spring 2018, she has no Twitter profile.
    She helped Pete overcome his substance dependency.
    After her breakup with Pete, she kept photos of them together on her Instagram profile (whereas Pete deleted all of their pictures together on his account).
    In the four weeks after she and Pete broke up, Pete 1) announced his new relationship with Ariana Grande 2) got two Ariana tattoos 3) became engaged to Ariana, all documented on his Instagram account.
    Days after Pete and Ariana's relationship announcement, she Instagrammed a photo of herself in Africa captioning it 'Been in Africa, what'd I miss??'
    Her Africa photo drew responses of support from her celebrity friends including Schumer, Lorde and Zoe Saldana.
    After Pete and Ariana's engagement announcement, she 'grammed a photo of herself enjoying a bottle of wine.
    After their breakup announcement, Pete went on to say 'She is a very talented girl...She'll be great and she'll be fine.'

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