Born: 27th June 1975, Santa Monica, California, U.S.
The final panel of "Spider-Sham 3," with Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst illustrated by Hermann Mejia. First appearing in MAD #481 (September '07), the spoof was written by Arnie Kogen, who also penned the MAD satire of Maguire's 2003 flick Seabiscuit. Illustrated by Mort Drucker, "Seebrisket" originally ran in MAD #435 (November '03).
One of my all-time favourite John Caldwell articles, "Pet Peeves Of Spider-Man's Girlfriend" (MAD #444, August '04), made ample use of Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker and Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Watson in a three-pager designed to tie in to the release of Spider-Man 2.
Tobey Maguire starred in several of the "Photos Peter Parker Couldn't Sell To The Daily Bugle," written by Jacob Lambert and illustrated by Drew Friedman for MAD #478 (June '07). It was one of two articles in that issue that were designed to tie in to the release of Spider-Man 3.
Tobey Maguire's spider-schnozzola gave Sergio Aragones ample room for gags galore in "A MAD Look At Spider-Man," which ran in MAD #418 (June '02) - the same issue featuring the original "Spider-Sham" movie satire. Aragones returned to the franchise with "A MAD Look At Spider-Man 3," which appeared in MAD #481 (September '07).
Artist Tom Richmond caricatured Tobey Maguire for MAD's parodies of the first two Spider-Man flicks, both written by Dick DeBartolo. Tom also depicted Maguire and co-star Kirsten Dunst for some special bonus features (including a legit interview with Maguire) that appeared in a Spidey-themed issue of MAD Kids.