Andrew Dice Clay

ANDREW DICE CLAY: DON’T GIVE UP ACTING!

Andrew Dice Clay must cringe every day when he hears the news because there’s always another word or reference he’s got to leave OUT of his stand-up act. In fact, we wonder if he still HAS a standup act because his early act would be entirely unacceptable today. We saw him at the Hollywood Bowl around fifteen years ago and the Diceman character insulted women and gay people in dozens of different ways. The guys in the audience loved his horrifying and filthy act – they swilled beer and cheered every diss. It got so rowdy and obnoxious that we chose to leave. Since belittling women and gays has fallen out of favor, we suggest that Andrew stick to acting!

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ANDREW DICE CLAY AND HIS NOT-SO-LOOKALIKE KIDS

Andrew Dice Clay took his two sons, Dillon, 22, and Max, 27, shopping in Beverly Hills. Clay actually took time off from working for a few years to raise his sons as a single dad after his divorce. One is a stand-up comic like his father and sometimes opens for him- and the other is an actor. Last we heard, they also have a band together called LA Rocks.

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ANDREW DICE CLAY HAS NEVER LOOKED WORSE

We’ve seen him look pretty awful in the past, but this get-up that Andrew Dice Clay wore to Craig’s restaurant is an insult to everyone who has to look at him. An appetite killer. It looks like Andrew borrowed one of his son’s basketball outfits and added his own accessories. Those shorts! Those shoes and socks! And fingerless leather gloves (like Madonna wears) with that black leather harness–handbag combination! (Note to barber: those bushy white sideburns look like earmuffs.) Is THIS how a grown man (Dice is 58) dresses to go to an upscale restaurant?

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ANDREW DICE CLAY: WILL THIS “NICE GUY” FINISH FIRST?

Andrew Dice Clay is just killing time until his Showtime reality show “Dice” debuts this weekend. He’s alternately listening to music, smoking, and drinking coffee as he writes down notes to himself outside Starbucks. His appearance in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine revived his career, resulting in this new series. Early reviews are mixed – some say Clay’s real-life persona is not as compelling as the obnoxious loudmouth misogynist he appeared to be onstage in the 90’s. Will he succeed as a nice guy?

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ANDREW DICE CLAY SITTING ON A WALL

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It’s not often you see a famous person sitting on a brick wall like Humpty Dumpty, indulging in his favorite snacks. Andrew Dice Clay didn’t win any fashion points in his usual get-up in Studio City. He ate a bag of chips and a protein bar and washed it down with a bottle of water. After the snack, he smoked a cigarette, of course.

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WORST DRESSED IN STUDIO CITY: ANDREW DICE CLAY

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Did the Dice man raid his son’s closet? Clay met an attractive young woman at Starbucks for an afternoon coffee, looking like THIS. The glasses are awful, the t-shirt unflattering, and the baggy shorts are unspeakable. Top it off with grey tube socks and what looks like orthopedic shoes, and it’s quite a combo. The only thing missing is a fanny pack.

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ANDREW DICE CLAY: SORRY, BUT YOU DUG YOUR OWN GRAVE !

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In his new book, Andrew Dice Clay claims that protesters (feminists) killed his movie “The Adventures of Ford Fairlane,” and probably his career. But we are here to tell Clay that he DID go too far in his attacks on women. We happened to be fans of Clay and when we got tickets to see him perform at The Hollywood Bowl (around 1990?) we were excited. When we arrived with our friend Belissa, we were amused to see that the audience was mostly guys – very few women. When the Diceman started his act, it became clear WHY women were scarce. He went into horrible, unspeakable rants about ex-girlfriends and suddenly it wasn’t funny, it was scary. The men in the crowd were drinking and cheering on the female bashing! The audience became SO raucous and vulgar – like wild animals- that we sneaked out early, fearing for our safety. Clay‘s fans took his insults SERIOUSLY and seemed ready to attack the first woman they saw! It’s too bad Andrew didn’t see the damage his over-the-top female–bashing did, and adjust his act before it hurt his movie and career. That’s OUR side of the story.

ANDREW DICE CLAY AND HIS OLD SCHOOL PHONE

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This is a great retro photo in so many ways. Andrew Dice Clay, 56, insists he is not really the bad guy he was made out to be. Back in the 80’s he was an “insult comic” who mainly badmouthed women. Guys loved him and flocked to his concerts. In the 90’s it became less socially acceptable to malign females and his star dimmed. After raising his two sons, he’s back doing concerts and he’s a little more careful about his insults. He was photographed outside the Soho Trump Hotel smoking and talking on his red receiver attached to his smartphone.

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ANDREW DICE CLAY AND HIS ROCK N ROLL SONS

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Andrew Dice Clay and his sons Max Silverstein, 24, and Dylan Silverstein, 19 were photographed at an LA music event. The boys are in a band called L.A. Rocks and Max is also a stand-up comedian. In fact, he occasionally opens for his father on tour. (We wonder if Dice would have changed his act if he had a daughter) Clay put his career somewhat on hold to raise his sons and he says that his appearances on Entourage and in the movie Blue Jasmine put his career back in gear.

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ANDREW DICE CLAY WOULD RATHER HAVE A GIRLFRIEND THAN A WIFE

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Andrew Dice Clay, 56, isn’t the vulgar misogynist that many people believe him to be. His other persona is Andrew Clay Silverstein, a nice Jewish boy with romantic tendencies. Through the years his love life has had all the ups and downs his career has had, and he wants to get it right. Clay fell hard for Valerie Vasquez at the Playboy mansion in 2009 and she became his third wife a year later. She was less than half his age. Clay’s career is now on the upswing and he doesn’t want to lose his young wife. He and Valerie decided that being married was not as exciting and fun as dating. Too much pressure. So they split up amicably and brought the romance back into their relationship. Modern thinking.

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