- His father was a Golden Gloves boxer from Brooklyn.
- Worked as a drummer in the Catskills under the name Clay Silvers during the 1970s.
- Made television debut as a wounded soldier in a 1982 episode of M*A*S*H.
- Was the first comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row.
- Famously banned from MTV in 1989 for reciting his dirty nursery rhymes during the Video Music Awards.
- Starred in the unsuccessful 1995 CBS sitcom Bless This House.
- Appeared on the second season of The Celebrity Apprentice, playing for the charity StandUp For Kids.
- Played himself in a recurring role during the final season of Entourage.
- Kathleen "Trini" Monica — Ex-wife
- Fred Silverstein — Father
- Dillon Scott — Son
- Maxwell Lee — Son
- Doris Silverstein — Mother
- Kathy Swanson — Ex-wife
- Valerie Vasquez — Wife (separated)
Season 2, Episode 8
- Birth Name: Andrew Clay Silverstein
- Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, United States
- Birthday: September 29, 1957, Libra
- Profession: Actor, Comedian
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