ANDREW DICE CLAY (Augie) is one of America's most controversial and outrageous comics, with the singular honor of being the only performer banned for life from MTV. When he released his debut album, "Dice," the parental advisory label simply read "Warning: This album is offensive."

Born in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, Clay began doing stand-up in neighborhood comedy clubs before moving to Los Angeles in 1980. While continuing his comedy career, he acted in TV shows like "M*A*S*H, "Diff'rent Strokes," and "Crime Story."

His film credits include PRETTY IN PINK and CASUAL SEX. Incorporating the character of Dice from his film role in MAKING THE GRADE into his stand-up act, Clay soon found instant stardom with his foul-mouthed style that people either loved or hated. He starred in the movie THE ADVENTURES OF FORD FAIRLANE and sold out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row along with hundreds of other sports arenas from coast to coast. In 1992, Clay performed in front of the largest audience ever by a comedian when he shared the stage with Guns & Roses at the Rose Bowl. In addition, Clay starred in numerous HBO special and released string of best- selling DVDs and multi-gold and platinum selling CDs. In the 1990's Clay starred in the TV series "Bless This House" and "Hitz," and acted in numerous movies, including FOOLISH, POINT DOOM, MY 5 WIVES, and ONE NIGHT AT McCOOL'S.

In recent years, Clay's career has been going through a resurgence. He appeared on "Celebrity Apprentice" where he was proudly thrown off first and has been critically acclaimed for his recurring role on the final season of HBO's "Entourage." Clay has recently signed a year-long contract to perform at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. His latest stand-up special, "Indestructible," appeared on Showtime on New Year's Eve of 2012.