Andrew Dice Clay is an unapologetically bold American comedian, remembered for his debut album, Dice, carrying the warning: “Caution: This album is offensive.” Despite media controversy, Clay’s popularity rocketed, creating the phenomenon of “Dicemania.” He made history as the first comedian to fill Madison Square Garden two nights consecutively and was infamously “Banned For Life” from MTV.
Clay’s career boasts best-selling DVDs, platinum CDs, and critically acclaimed stand-up specials. In 1992, he shared the stage with Guns & Roses at the Rose Bowl for the largest comedian audience of the time. His acting credits include roles alongside Cate Blanchett and Alec Baldwin, most notably in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine and Martin Scorsese’s Vinyl. He also starred in the award-winning A Star Is Born.
In 2014, Simon & Schuster published Clay’s unfiltered autobiography, “The Filthy Truth.” Over decades, Clay has proven his versatility beyond his signature shock humor, showing his ability to be equally impactful without resorting to profanity. Audiences continue to demand Clay’s electrifying performances, making him an enduring force in comedy.