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Andrew "Dice" Clay (born September 29, 1957 in Brooklyn, New York) is a Jewish-American comedian and actor born Andrew Clay Silverstein. Notorious for his highly profane comedy, he became popular during the late 1980s, but has since faded into relative obscurity. He is number 95 on Comedy Central's list of the 100 greatest standups of all time.

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Sat, 30 Jul 2016 8:00 PM
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Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk
Brooklyn, NY
Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk Brooklyn, NY
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Fri, 26 Aug 2016 9:00 PM
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Golden Nugget Hotel
Atlantic City, NJ
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Unlike other comics, such as Sam Kinison or George Carlin, who would use their aggression as a tool for political or social commentary, Clay's seeming intent was simply to be as shocking as possible. His material consisted of profanity-laden, sexist routines, emphasizing women as sex objects and nothing more, featuring his purported sexual prowess and his total self-involvement, as well as his extremely offending racist comments aimed mainly toward Asian and Arab people. At its best, Dice's overbearing character hovered between a performance-art rejection of stereotypical misogynism and a celebration of pure excess (similar to the old joke/new film The Aristocrats). However, at its worst the material was simply insulting, and detractors, fans and comedian alike seemed to have had a hard time separating character from reality.