Christopher McDonald of Happy Gilmore sentenced to community service and probation in the 2017 DUI case
He pleaded guilty about driving under the influence during an accident in October 2017 in California.
And on Tuesday, TMZ reported that actor Christopher McDonald, 62, has been sentenced to 35 hours of community training and three years of probation.
McDonald, best known for his roles in Happy Gilmore, Boardwalk Empire and The Good Wife, was also sentenced to a day in prison, but was honored for the time he had served for the time he spent behind bars after his arrest.
Plea: Christopher McDonald, 62, has been sentenced to 35 hours of community work and three years of probation after pleading guilty for driving with a blood alcohol limit of 0.8 or higher
McDonald has also completed an alcohol education program, according to court cases, TMZ said.
The actor argued for a crime of driving a car with a blood alcohol limit of 0.8 or higher.
He was arrested after hitting his Porsche in a highway embankment and taking a gas meter in Lake Arrowhead.
He had a previous arrest for DWI in 2013 in North Carolina.
Mug shot: The actor was also sentenced to a day in jail, but received the credit for the time he had served for the time he spent behind bars after his arrest in Lake Arrowhead, California, in October 2017
Most famous role: McDonald is best known for his role as Shooter McGavin in the Adam Sandler 1996 comedy Happy Gilmore