Andrew Dice Clay, is proud to be America's most controversial and outrageous comic of all time. Before Chappelle, before South Park, Clay was shocking audiences and breaking the rules with a never-before-seen style of hardcore comedy. When he released his debut album "DICE" the parental advisory label simply read "Warning: This album is offensive." But despite all the media backlash, Clay has remained a comic icon and the self proclaimed "Undisputed Heavyweight King of Comedy."
Clay's rise to fame was meteoric; he was the first comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row plus hundreds of other sports arenas from coast to Coast. And along the way, Clay starred in numerous feature films including "The Adventures of Ford Fairland," released bestselling DVDs ("No Apologies," "Dice Rules!") and a string of multi gold and platinum-selling CDs ("Day The Laughter Died," "Filth"). In 2007, Clay starred in his own reality show "Dice: Undisputed" for VH1. Clay will be playing for the charity, Stand Up For Kids.
Andrew's charity is StandUp for Kids
With two sons of his own, Andrew has a special place in his heart for kids. It is heartbreaking to him to think of homeless children, so he is happy to be playing for StandUp For Kids, which helps get kids off the street and into stable environments where they can get their lives back on track.