Andrew Dice Clay: Dice

Andrew "Dice" Clay (born Andrew Clay Silverstein; September 29, 1957) is an American comedian. Clay was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Doris and Fred Silverstein, who worked in real estate sales. In 2002, he divorced his wife and focused in part on raising his two sons. In 2007, he attempted a comeback with the reality TV series Dice: Undisputed. He has been considered controversial for his profanity and for the homophobia, sexism and misogyny in his routines, for which he was banned from MTV and boycotted by Sinéad O'Connor and Nora Dunn, the former a guest and the latter a cast member on a 1990 episode of Saturday Night Live that Clay hosted. Clay had an open intense rivalry with the now deceased comedian Sam Kinison. He appeared as a part of NBC's The Celebrity Apprentice 2 and was the first celebrity to be fired, after he had openly entertained the idea of quitting while in Donald Trump's presence. On Sirius XM Satellite Radio's Howard Stern Show, Clay had stated that the...

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