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Andrew Dice Clay's Biography

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Andrew 'Dice' Clay was born Andrew Clay Silverstein in New York on 29 September 1957.

In the 1990s, Andrew 'Dice' Clay shot to fame and was the first comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row.

Andrew Dice Clay's DVDs include No Apologies and Dice Rules; whilst his CDs include Day The Laughter Died and Filth.

Not only was Andrew Dice Clay's stand-up routine controversial, but also his TV appearances as this video of Andrew Dice Clay live on CNN demonstrates.

In 1989 Andrew Dice Clay was banned from MTV after employing profanities at the MTV Video Awards.

In a change of image, he starred for five months in the sitcom Bless This House, credited under the name Andrew Clay.

In 2007, Andrew Dice Clay returned to public attention in a reality show revolving around his life, Dice: Undisputed, which was broadcast on VH1.

Andrew Dice Clay was selected to be one of the contestants in Celebrity Apprentice in 2009, competing on behalf of the charity, Stand Up For Kids. However, Andrew Dice Clay was the first celebrity to be fired.

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