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Howard Stern sidekick Artie Lange has been hospitalized in New Jersey for an undisclosed ailment, according to E! Online.
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"We can confirm that Artie is in the hospital," Lange's reps said in a statement. "Artie has chosen to keep all information on this matter between him and his doctor. There will be no further comment."
The comedian, 42, has been absent from Stern's satellite radio show since early December and canceled several stand-up engagements during that time. According to his schedule, Lange's upcoming performances in late January and February have ...
Cheers to Artie Lange for giving Cheers & Jeers a shout-out on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. Read, discuss and vote on this complete Cheer after the jump.
I hope you will all forgive me if I digress from the usual commentary for one moment to make an important albeit prurient observation Jeremy Piven should definitely lose the shirt more often Underneath those fitted suits and trendy ties the guys sporting some serious bod Okay now back to our regularly scheduled G-rated bloggingI have decided how I am going to make my fortune and I hope you will all support me in my endeavor I am going to self-publish a book of wisdom from the one and only Johnny Drama I know it has best-seller potential From tonights episode alone Johnny taught us that in families if one person hates someone everyone has to We also learned that the universe can be extremely vindictive in the face of success Thinking that he was in on the joke with the Pauly Shore hidden-camera show Dramas verbal assault on Ultimate Fighting Champion Chuck Liddell was full of bravado and death-defying fearlessness Who else but Drama would threate
Wise guy Artie Lange is on The Howard Stern Show every day, joking about hard drinking and heavy eating, because in Artie's world, nothing is ever done "light." The 37-year-old sidekick began his career as a Mad TV cast member and soon moved to movies (Dirty Work) and back to TV (ABC's Norm). But it's been with radio icon Howard Stern that Lange has hit his groove, providing his own "average guy" sensibility to the conversational mix. Lange's new DVD It's the Whiskey Talking (out today) documents his expletive-filled live act and proves that, even when the comic is flying solo, he's always got something intriguing to say.
TV Guide Online: How much Jack Daniel's was consumed during the making of your DVD?Artie Lange: I'd say about four carafes. Honestly