The Filthy Truth

By Andrew Dice Clay

From Andrew cube Clay, the “Undisputed Heavyweight Comedy King,” comes the unapologetic and uncensored autobiography lovers were ready for.

Andrew cube Clay’s uncooked stand-up supply has stunned and entertained audiences for many years and maintains to take action to today. while he published his debut album, Dice, in 1989, the parental advisory label easily learn “Warning: This album is offensive.” His fabric stretched the limits of decency and reliable style to their brink, and in flip he turned the most important stand-up comedian within the world.

In The Filthy Truth, cube chronicles his outstanding upward push, fall, and effective go back. Brooklyn-born Andrew Clay Silverstein began at Pips Comedy membership in Sheepshead Bay and at last made a reputation for himself a decade later with a breakout visual appeal at the Rodney Dangerfield HBO certain Nothing is going Right. With that unmarried television visual appeal he turned the hot king of comedy, and Dicemania was once born. He was once the 1st and purely comic to promote out over 300 activities arenas around the nation to an viewers of greater than twelve million humans. He used to be additionally the 1st comic to promote out Madison sq. backyard nights in a row.

But Dice’s meteoric upward thrust and superb popularity triggered a livid backlash from the media and critics. Billboards for his album produced by means of Rick Rubin and for his motion picture The Adventures of Ford Fairlane have been defaced and ripped down as quick as they have been submit. through the mid-nineties, although nonetheless taking part in to packed audiences, the turmoil in his own existence, plus assaults from each activist staff possible, led him to make the choice to step out of the highlight and positioned the point of interest on elevating his boys.

The Diceman used to be knocked down, yet no longer out. Taking idea from what Frank Sinatra as soon as instructed him—“You paintings on your lovers, now not the media. The media will get their tickets for free”—Dice is now again with significantly acclaimed roles in HBO’s Entourage and Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, and is once more enjoying to sold-out audiences.

Filled with no-holds-barred humor and honesty, The Filthy Truth units the list directly and offers lovers lots of never-before-shared tales from his occupation and his friendships with Howard Stern, Sam Kinison, Mickey Rourke, Sylvester Stallone, Axl Rose, and numerous others.

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I threw out my vinyl jacket and referred to as my fogeys for a prefer: personal loan me the cash for a true leather-based jacket. They did me one larger. They despatched me a good looks from Wilson’s condo of leather-based in Brooklyn. It felt nice to have Brooklyn on my again. i stopped up hitting a house run on Kirshner, doing the longest spot within the show’s heritage, nearly 13 mins. again on the Comedy shop, I had moved into this new production, Diceman. I had an perspective that used to be clean and particular. I’d pop out onstage, I’d flick open my Zippo, I’d gentle my cig, I’d inhale, I’d exhale, I’d inhale back, I’d exhale back, I’d stalk the stage—all the time announcing not anything. taking a look up at this good-looking dude in a leather-based jacket with a greased-back ducktail haircut, the viewers didn’t recognize what to imagine. I’d smile. I’d wait a number of extra beats. and eventually, once they have been death to grasp what the hell was once occurring, I’d say, “You comprehend, I been up the following for what? 3, 4 mins? I haven’t performed shit. Haven’t instructed a unmarried funny story. simply smoking this cigarette. And the explanation i will be able to do all this, the explanation i will be able to command your realization, girls and gents, is simply because I’m simply that fuckin’ stable. ” simply because I’m simply that fuckin’ stable turned my mantra. whilst I turned the Diceman and grew to become myself right into a balls-in-your-chin Brooklyn road comedian, Mitzi used to be definite that i used to be creating a mistake. “It’s now not gonna paintings, Andrew,” she acknowledged. “That personality is simply too tricky. Too hard-core. ” I revered Mitzi simply because, while it got here to stand-up, Mitzi was once an previous seasoned. yet I revered my very own instincts much more. “You’re wrong,” I informed her. “I don’t imagine so, Andrew, yet a minimum of you were given angle. ” real. Onstage I did jokes like “I understand what you’re pondering. adorable comedian, yet he’s obtained an perspective. So, fuck you. the second one i used to be born, the physician smacked me at the ass. I stated, ‘Doc, you were given an issue? ’ I take into account at school the instructor could say, ‘Dice’—we have been on a first-name basis—‘Dice, what’s the adaptation among two-eighths and three-eighths? ’ I acknowledged, ‘Teacher, you’re correct, what’s the fucking distinction. ’ Ohhh! ‘Now get me a cup of espresso. ’ ” THE crimson ROOM MY NEW cube character not just helped my comedy, it additionally helped my chick-scoring skills. quickly after i began gaining traction on the shop, i used to be at a celebration and observed this girl I’ll name the Widow Kelsey checking me out. I name her that simply because she was once seventeen years older than me. yet her physique was once slamming. She used to be donning this attractive gown, tight on most sensible, revealing loads of cleavage, and flared out under, displaying me her nice ass. It used to be a kind of summer time clothes made from skinny, approximately obvious fabric. you'll virtually make out the strains of her thong. She was once unbelievably horny with no even making an attempt. while I observed her taking a look at me I observed her salivating. I observed her consuming me up along with her eyes. whilst I requested her to bounce, she was once in all places me. i used to be dry-humping her to “That’s the way in which (I Like It)” via KC and the light Band. That was once all it took. She instructed me that she used to be lately divorced, and that i instructed her i used to be lately a emerging superstar on the Comedy shop.

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