[ << Back ]

Naked Photos of Andrew Dice Clay are available at MaleStars.com. They currently feature over 65,000 Nude Pics, Biographies, Video Clips, Articles, and Movie Reviews of famous stars.


Related Links:


Actresses who appeared with Andrew Dice Clay on screen:

Liv Tyler
Michelle Pfeiffer
Teri Hatcher
Kelly Preston
Helen Hunt
Gina Gershon
Kristy Swanson
Molly Ringwald
Tia Carrere
Carrie Fisher
Kari Wuhrer
Rosanna Arquette
Shannon Tweed
Lauren Holly
Lea Thompson
Beverly D'Angelo

Andrew Dice Clay
Birthday: September 29, 1957

Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height: 5' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Andrew Dice Clay. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



One of the most controversial standup comics since Lenny Bruce, Andrew "Dice" Clay has brought the vulgar comedy of hatred, obscenity, and misogyny to new lows or new highs, depending on one's age and feelings about such subjects. His black leather jacketed, cigarette-puffing "Diceman" persona was so raunchy and offensive that he was banned from performing on the MTV network and was eventually blackballed in Hollywood after his obscene performances caused 20th Century Fox to tear up their movie contract with him, despite that fact that he was filling up clubs and even Madison Square Gardens with fans. Before obtaining notoriety as a comic, Clay (born Andrew Clay Silverstein) was a promising young actor. He made his film debut in Wacko (1981) and appeared in a few more films during the early '80s. At the peak of his standup career, Clay resumed his film career as well as numerous television appearances. But as time passed, Clay's act went beyond mere boundary pushing. This coupled with his absolute refusal to apologize or admit that maybe the Diceman had gone too far led to his downfall. Following his fall from grace in Hollywood, Clay moved his wife and two boys to Florida for a couple years where he ran a Gold's Gym and underwent therapy. When he next reappeared, Clay had dropped "Dice" from his name (a contract stipulation from the CBS network) and was starring in the sitcom Bless This House (1995) opposite Cathy Moriarty. Billed as a family show patterned after The Honeymooners, it had none of the hallmarks of Clay's act. In interviews with Clay at this time, he swore that the "Diceman" was just an act, that he never meant any of the horrible things he'd said on-stage; he was only trying to be funny. He also said he would focus on a broader type of relationship comedy. His resolve to clean up barely lasted to the series' demise eight months later and soon Clay was exuberantly preparing for a new raunch-fest on the HBO network. By 1997, he seemed to have mended his rift with MTV, which co-starred him in Hitz, a sitcom airing on the UPN network.

Movie Credits
One Night at McCool's (2001)
[ Michael Douglas ][ Matt Dillon ][ John Goodman ][ Johnny Cash ][ Paul Reiser ]
Point Doom (2001)
[ Richard Grieco ]
My 5 Wives (2000)
[ Rodney Dangerfield ][ Paul McGillion ]
Foolish (1999)
[ Eddie Griffin ][ Bill Duke ][ Brion James ][ Master P ][ Bill Nunn ]
Whatever It Takes (1999)
[ Fred Williamson ][ Michael Bailey Smith ]
The Good Life (1997)
[ Sylvester Stallone ][ Dennis Hopper ][ Frank Stallone ]
Favorite Deadly Sins (1995)
[ Denis Leary ][ Joe Mantegna ][ Brian Keith ][ Robert Culp ]
A Date Which Will Live in Infamy (1995)
Company Loves Misery (1995)
Jury Duty (1995)
[ Stanley Tucci ][ Pauly Shore ][ Abe Vigoda ][ Brian Doyle-Murray ][ Richard Riehle ]
No Contest (1994)
Brain Smasher... A Love Story (1993)
[ Brion James ]
The Chili Con Carne Club (1993)
[ Mel Gibson ]
The Adventures of Ford Fairlane (1990)
[ Robert Englund ][ Ed O'Neill ][ Renny Harlin ][ Brandon Call ][ David Patrick Kelly ]
Casual Sex? (1988)
[ Ivan Reitman ][ Dale Midkiff ][ Bruce Abbott ]
Ground Zero (1987)
[ Ted Levine ][ Dennis Farina ][ Bill Campbell ][ Donald Pleasence ][ Jon Polito ]
The Kingdom of Money (1987)
[ Dennis Farina ][ Bill Campbell ][ Jay O. Sanders ][ Anthony John Denison ]
Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)
[ Joe Pantoliano ][ Phil Hartman ][ Steve Guttenberg ][ Robert Loggia ][ John Landis ]
Crime Story (1986)
[ David Caruso ][ Ted Levine ][ Dennis Farina ][ Bill Campbell ][ Michael Rooker ]
Pretty in Pink (1986)
[ James Spader ][ Andrew McCarthy ][ John Hughes ][ Harry Dean Stanton ][ Jon Cryer ]
Charlie Barnett's Terms of Enrollment (1986)
[ Cheech Marin ][ John Matuszak ][ Richard Belzer ][ Keith Gordon ]
Private Resort (1985)
[ Johnny Depp ][ Rob Morrow ][ Hector Elizondo ]
Night Patrol (1984)
[ Pat Morita ][ Billy Barty ]
Making the Grade (1984)
[ Judd Nelson ][ Walter Olkewicz ]
Dirty Dirty Jokes (1984)
Wacko (1983)
[ George Kennedy ][ Joe Don Baker ][ Jeff Altman ][ Darby Hinton ]


  • His first wife is Kathleen Swanson, whom he wed in 1984 and divorced in 1986. He called his two years of matrimony a "horror show". His second wife is Kathleen Monica -- he calls her Trini, and he has been married to her since 1992. The two met while he was on location filming the Chicago Episodes of Crime Story, she was his waitress in a restaurant that he was at. He has two sons with her Max, who was born in 1990 and Dylan, who was born in 1994. His first son is named after the character he played on Crime Story, Max Goldman.
  • Has been managed by his father Fred for most of his career.
  • Even after he made enormous amounts of money with his "Diceman" act he decided to live in his hometown borough of Brooklyn for a number of years.
  • He now resides somewhere in New Jersey, the hometown of his current wife.
  • Clay's Diceman character is modeled after Jerry Lewis's character Buddy Love from the film, "The Nutty Professor".
  • His trademark "Ooh!" is sampled in the popular dance club song "Unbelievable" by EMF.
  • Was the first and only person banned for life from MTV, for using foul language during the live broadcast of the music awards. The ban was subsequently lifted.
  • Very close to late Sam Kinison
  • Biography in: "Who's Who in Comedy" by Ronald L. Smith. Pg. 106-108. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387
  • Perhaps the only stand-up comic ever to sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row.

Naked Photos of Andrew Dice Clay are available at MaleStars.com. They currently feature over 65,000 Nude Pics, Biographies, Video Clips, Articles, and Movie Reviews of famous stars.

Copyright © 2011 actorsofhollywood.com, Inc. All rights reserved.