Andrew Dice Clay, the self-proclaimed "Undisputed Heavy-Weight Comedy King," is notorious for his dirty jokes and over-the-top stage presence. Clay first rose to fame in the 1980s because of his signature New York tough guy persona--sporting a leather motorcycle jacket, smoking cigarettes and getting banned from TV stations such as CNN and MTV for his use of profanity on live broadcasts. He was one of the first comics to sell out stadiums such as Madison Square Garden, and continues to knock out audiences with his crude style of comedy.
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