The Filthy Truth
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I can't remember laughing harder at anyone more than him." (Rick Rubin)"Dice is a absolute gentleman behind the scenes and in real life But a total BEAST on stage 100% Original. "In the midst of reading this book I remembered what I really, really liked about Andrew Dice Clay--he said what you thought and would never say out loud; very honest and bitingly funny. Now buy his book!" (Ice-T)“As low-down and dirty as ever.” (Maxim) . I loved the book because it's him. He’s a such a force and a presence that I think the revival that he is experiencing right now will be even more spectacular than his first time around." (Doug Ellin, creator of the HBO television series Entourage)"This guy Dice provokes everybody. Anybody who is a fan of comedy owes it to themselves to know Dice's whole story. His best material is
He even holds the distinction of being the only performer to have been banned for life from MTV. . In 2012, his first stand-up special in seventeen years, Indestructible, was Showtime’s highest-rated comedy special to date. Andrew Dice Clay is a stand-up icon, actor, and the most cont
Little boy blue…oh my God it’s all true! DENISE DITRANI Showtime’s new series, DICE, made me order this book. The reality series revolves around the life of Andrew Dice Clay (ADC) and features some real-life players (his two sons). Each episode has a “day in the life” feel which left me laughing and wanti. "Fun read!" according to SAGE. Very Entertaining in true Dice style. Sexy. Insightful. Fun read!. "Five Stars" according to B. Farsace. Love Dice!
He was also the first comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row.But Dice’s meteoric rise and spectacular fame brought on a furious backlash from the media and critics. When he released his debut album, Dice, in 1989, the parental advisory label simply read “Warning: This album is offensive.” His material stretched the boundaries of decency and good taste to their breaking point, and in turn he became the biggest stand-up comic in the world.In The Filthy Truth, Dice chronicles his remarkable rise, fall, and triumphant return. Brooklyn-born Andrew Clay Silverstein started out at Pips Comedy Club in Sheepshead Bay and eventually made a name for himself a decade later with a breakout appearance on the Rodney Dangerfield HBO special Nothing Goes Right. By the mid-nineties, though still playing to packed audiences, the turmoil in his personal life, plus attacks from every activist group imaginable, led him to make the decision to step out of the spotlight and put the focus on raising his boys.The Diceman was knocked down, but not out. He was the first and only comedian to sell out over three hundred sports arenas across the country to an