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Artie Lange Net Worth

Artie Lange Net Worth is
$12 Million

Artie Lange Biography

Artie provides since admitted that he dropped a lot more than $80,000 that exact same evening gambling and spent another $10,000 about the same prostitute. He is more popular among the characters on Television shows MADtv and The Howard Stern Present. As a stand-up comedian, Artie started his professional profession when he was still an adolescent. He obtained prominence in the mid 1990s, showing up on MADtv. Third ,, Lange highlighted on the humor film Dirty Function and Norman MacDonald’s Television series TYPICAL Show. Through the 2000s Arthur provides released a few humor albums: Jack and Coke and it’s really the Whiskey Talkin’. Artie began his profession as a taxi driver to aid his family. His 2009 autobiography “Too Unwanted fat to Seafood” debuted at number 1 on the brand new York Situations bestseller list. Artie Lange net worthy of is currently approximated at $12 million. The near future millionaire was created in New Arthur Lange, Jersey also to Judy. His mom was housewife, while his dad worked as an over-all contractor. ? The only real reason he didn’t result in jail was his newborn boy: the court understood that young family members if Arthur Sr. had opted to prison, the family members would have lost the only real breadwinner. While their studies at Union SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, Artie excelled at baseball. According for some commentators, acquired he concentrated on sports activities, Artie Lange net worthy of could reach tens of millions. Nevertheless, the teenager didn’t have much free time for schooling, as he spent hours after college working with his dad. Once Married Once, Is normally He Dating Once again? His dad fell from the ladder and experienced a back again injury, which still left him paralyzed. Third , tragedy the family members encountered some huge economic issues, which pressured Judy to have a second home loan. Trying to help make the ends satisfy, Artie and his mom have contacted several celebrities. By January 2014, Artie hosts a radio program properly known as, The Artie Lange Present. When Howard Stern mind writer Jackie Martling still left the present, Artie auditioned and gained a complete time co-hosting work which lasted until December 2009. For the curious ones, Howard’s fortune happens to be much higher than Artie Lange net value. This year 2010 the millionaire provides attempted a suicide. Artie’s professional career became popular in the mid 1990s, when he was cast for Adam Small’s and Fax Bahr’s humor series MADtv. Even though fame and recognition have got boosted Artie Lange net worthy of to enviable heights, it didn’t bring him personal pleasure. In the center of second MADtv period Artie had to have a short-term break from acting, therefore he could focus on fighting his cocaine addiction. His operate with MADtv finished after Artie’s medication habit became uncontrollable. The superstar owns capital and possessions evaluated at $500 million. $12 Million: Arthur Steven ‘Artie’ Lange, Jr. (born October 11, 1967) can be an American comedian, actor, radio host and author, most widely known for being portion of the Howard Stern Present and the sketch humor series Mad Television. His other functions in television are the Jim Gaffigan Display, Louie, Entourage, TYPICAL Show, and Video game Over. In 1995, Lange was cast in the initial season of Mad Television before his arrest for cocaine possession resulted in his departure through the second period in 1997. After rehabilitation, Norm Macdonald chose Lange to feature in his humor film Dirty Work (1998) which resulted in several film functions and a location on Macdonald’s sitcom, TYPICAL Present. In 2001, Lange became a member of The Howard Stern Present and pursued various tasks during his tenue. He released two humor albums, It is the Whiskey Talkin ’​ (2004) and Jack and Coke (2009), co-wrote, created, and starred in his film Artie Lange’s Beer Group (2006), and co-wrote his initial memoir Too Unwanted fat to Fish (2008), which entered THE BRAND NEW York Times Best Vendor list at number 1. He still left the show carrying out a suicide attempt in January 2010 because of a heroin addiction. As he was developing up, he created a passion to make people laugh which ultimately pushed him to start out a profession as a stand-up comedian. After DiPaolo left present in 2013, the present was renamed The Artie Lange Present which lasted until April 2014. Lange released another reserve during this Burn, time and Crash(2013). He’s also focusing on a post-creation as a judge on Last Convict Position. Artie Lange can be an American radio present host, actor,writer, and a comedian. He was created to mom Judy Caprio and dad Arthur Sr.Langue. Artie dropped his father young and grew up along with his mom and sister, Stacy Lange. He was influenced to his profession by Howard Stren, David Letterman, and even more comedians. In 2008 the comedian and Anthony Bozza co-wrote the reserve entitled Too Unwanted fat To Fish, which strike NY Times Best Vendor list at No. Artie Lange is most beneficial known for his focus on “The Howard Stern Display” and the sketch humor series “Mad Television”. Lange 1st worked well as a longshoreman to greatly help support his family members following the loss of life of his quadriplegic dad before taking on stand-up comedy. Artie in addition has appeared in the films including Jerry Maguire, The Bachelor, Mystery Males, Boat Trip, Old College, etc. He is presently reported to be solitary and once was dating Dana Cironi and Adrienne Ockrymiek. Artie Lange net well worth and income: Artie Lange is definitely a radio character, comedian, actor and article writer who includes a net well worth of $10 million and an annual income $2 million. Artie Lange was created on October 11, 1967 in Livingston, NJ. Every week through the entire 2 yrs that Artie made an appearance on MADtv, he’d cash his whole check up on Fridays, wire $4000 home to his mom then spend the others on drugs, partying, meals and alcohol. A “linked” friend of his family members secured the 22 12 months aged Artie a cushy work that paid $70,000 each year operating the docks. Ultimately and his curiosity in st-up humor led him to give up the union work to pursue a profession in humor. Lange also released a CD of his stand-up known as “Jack and Coke”. A genuine cast member, Lange gained $10,000 weekly from the display. After briefly going to the Connecticut College of Broadcasting and Seton Hall University, Artie relocated back home to be longshoreman. His struggle with medicines was unsuccessful: it has been reported that heroin misuse caused Lange’s split up with his very long time girlfriend Dana Cironi. Luckily, Lange continued to co-celebrity in the film Dirty Use previous SNL cast member Norm MacDonald. Although film was a flop, Artie’s star was increasing and he could protected over $1 million well worth of development handles NBC. Arthur Steven Lange was raised in an Italian-American family members in Union, NJ and as a boy, he imagined learning to be a professional baseball participant. During this time period, Lange made numerous appearances on The Howard Stern Display, generally alongside Norm MacDonald. The only real person to react was Howard Stern, a radio and tv actor, host and author. The most cash Artie ever earned carrying out stand up happened over Super Bowl weekend in 2008 whenever a gambling establishment paid him $140,000 to execute two displays and make a golf club appearance.Arthur Steven Lange, better referred to as Artie Lange, can be an American actor, comedian and radio personality. Artie offers released two books. 1. After carrying out at clubs around NY, Lange’s big break arrived in 1995 when he landed a coveted i’m all over this the first time of year of Fox’s MADtv. Among Lange’s film and tv credits are appearances in Rescue Me, Old College, Entourage, Mystery Males and Artie Lange’s Beer League, that was also created and made by Lange. They asked them to donate some unneeded items, that could be sold within an auction. Funny man Artie Lange includes a net well worth of $12 million. because of his skill, he landed a job in Fox’s MADtv in 1995 but was fired 2 yrs later due to drug abuse. He also landed a recurring part with costar Norm MacDonald on TYPICAL Display which lasted two months and paid $35,000 weekly. Lange came back to radio in 2011 because the co-sponsor The Nick & Artie Display with Nick DiPaolo. In the past due 1980’s, Lange pursued sketch humor and created an organization called Go on Tape. Not only is it a popular stand-up comedian, he also shows up in comedy movies, radio shows and the as TV. Immediately after four years and required performing classes and performed in at america Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Stage, NY. Lange landed a business lead role in the humor film Beer Little league in 2006 and after 2 yrs, he wrote a publication called


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Quick Facts

Full NameArtie Lange
Net Worth$12 Million
Date Of BirthOctober 11, 1967
Height1.75 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Comedian, Film producer, Author, Actor, Taxi driver, Radio personality, Montclair, NJ, United States, Red Bank, NJ, United States
EducationConnecticut School of Broadcasting, Seton Hall University, Union High School, Montclair, NJ, United States, Red Bank, NJ, United States
NationalityAmerican
ParentsJudy Caprio, Arthur Sr. Lange, Montclair, NJ, United States, Red Bank, NJ, United States
SiblingsStacy Lange
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Instagramhttp://www.instagram.com/artielange67
MoviesMontclair, NJ, United States, Red Bank, NJ, United States, Artie Lange's Beer League, Dirty Work, Old School, Elf, Lost & Found, The Bachelor, Mystery Men, Boat Trip, Perfect Opposites, Waltzing Anna, The 4th Floor, Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth, Supertwink, Serial Buddies, God Has a Rap Sheet, Mail Order Bride, Puppet, Artie Lange: It's the Whiskey Talkin', Gameday
TV ShowsMontclair, NJ, United States, Red Bank, NJ, United States, The Artie Lange Show, The Norm Show, Game Over, Howard Stern on Demand, Tough Cookies


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Sidekick/Writer on the Nationally syndicated The Howard Stern Radio Show (1998). [June 2002]
2 Has frequently joked about his bad luck with movies, naming "Mystery Men" (where he has a small role in the beginning) as his worst film, he claims his mother and sister called him from the movie theater to ask if he had any other scenes because they wanted to leave.
3 Autobiography "Too Fat To Fish," featuring a foreword by Howard Stern, debuted at number one on the New York Times Bestseller List.
4 Followed comedian George Carlin, whom he considers to be the all-time greatest, during his first ever talk show appearance on "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn." He immediately said "it's easy to follow the funniest guy, ever!".
5 Has said that Richard Lewis's specials in the 1980s were what inspired him to become a stand-up comedian.
6 Known for his impersonations of Notorious B. I. G., Anne Murray, Brian Johnson, the Iron Sheik, Henry Hill, Larry Flint and numerous others.
7 Contrary to popular belief, he had not met either David Spade or Norm MacDonald prior to making films with them; he has, however, become close friends with them in the years since.
8 Both he and his predecessor, Jackie Martling, appear in the 2003 film Mail Order Bride, though they have no scenes together.
9 Claims he has seen The Godfather (1972) so many times that he can recite the entire movie. When director Francis Ford Coppola visited The Howard Stern Show on June 8, 2009, Stern asked Coppola to request a scene from The Godfather for Artie to recite, he chose the scene between Michael Corleone and Carlo Rizzi before Rizzi's assassination. Lange performed the scene with only two minor errors and was applauded by Coppola and the cast. He later compared the experience to "singing Born To Run for Springsteen.".
10 Had a small role in Jerry Maguire (1996) but his scene was deleted.
11 Is of Italian, German and American Indian descent.
12 At Howard Stern's now-defunct official bulletin board, there were more members with user names created in his honor than any other regular on the show, including Stern himself. Among those named after the comedian were Artie Lange dead at 37, Artie Lange's Liver, Artie's Dead Dad and Filthy Drunk Artie.
13 [August 21, 2003] The results of a DNA test taken on the Howard Stern (1994) Show, show that Lange is 1/4 American Indian. He is Neapolitan Italian on his mother's side, but his father's full heritage has always been a "grey area". He had only previously known of his German ancestry on that side of his family.
14 His indulgences in food and alcohol provide almost daily comic fodder for the rest of the Howard Stern (1994) cast. There are few foods high in calories, fat, carbohydrates, salt or sugar that Artie doesn't eat in excess and his drunken exploits are legendary. Mr. Lange maintains a good sense of humour about his shortcomings, and enjoys his role as comic foil on the show.
15 Has become one of the favorite members of The Howard Stern Show (1990) during his now six-year stint as Jackie Martling's replacement.
16 Was an All-County baseball player, as a third baseman for Union High School in Union, New Jersey
17 Avid fan of the New York Yankees.
18 Joined The Howard Stern Radio Show (1998) in 2001, replacing Jackie Martling.


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
The Howard Stern Radio Show (1998) $450,000


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Sarcastic catchphrase "Waaah!"
2 Darkly funny stories about his personal life
3 Impressions of Italians and Southerners


Quotes

#Quote
1 I was born in 1967, so when you tell me the guy who won the decathlon in 1976 is becoming a woman, just give me four seconds to adjust. That's all I want. I'm not in the Klan, I want the guy to be happy. But if I roll my eyes a little bit, young people say 'what, do you hate him?' No! Just, give me a couple of seconds! That's all I need.
2 The Godfather Trilogy box set is the perfect party because you can watch One and Two, then do coke off of Three!
3 There's a lot of things I used to say both in my personal and professional life that I find embarrassing and I'm ashamed of and I'm dead honest about that. Stuff like the word "faggot;" on my first DVD, I use it a lot, I use the n-word because I'm telling a story and it's in a context that, to me, is not offensive. A lot of black people and gay people have said they're not offended by it at all because it's funny, but I look back and judge it on my own... I think we live in a more enlightened generation now and, absolutely, I think twice before I say things. If someone came to me and told me that something I said caused some kid to commit suicide, I'd be in a nuthouse for the rest of my life, I really would. I don't think of myself as a bigoted, mean person, I think of myself as trying to be funny and I always had an attitude where "as long as it's funny, it's not offensive" and a lot of great comics think that. I think we're living in a more enlightened time now where you should think twice about certain things because, ultimately, you're talking about people... I still am proud of a lot of my work but I certainly wouldn't do some of the things that I used to do. Now if some people don't want to accept that and don't want to forgive me for stuff that I might've said before, I promise you it wasn't done hate, but that's your prerogative and I'm not going to argue with you, you're entitled to that opinion. But the kid asked a good question: I certainly think twice about it, I know a lot of comics that do, just about language in general. I was always somebody coming from a blue collar neighborhood and I never went to college and I worked on the port as a longshoreman where those words were thrown around like crazy and I always consider myself having a thick skin. But you get older and you hopefully get more compassionate. Look, I still make jokes about every group of people that there are, I'm not going to be a hypocrite, here. But there's things, like, in "It's The Whisky Talkin'", two guys get up from their chairs to go to the bathroom, and I'm drunk by the end of that, and I said "where are you going, faggots?" It gets a huge laugh just because its a throwaway line, I wouldn't do that now. I mean, if it's in the right context it can be funny, but I wouldn't use it at all now, on the off chance, maybe they were gay or maybe a gay person hears that and says "wow, that brings up something horrible" and I think I should have more responsibility than that at this point in my life. I'm older and wiser and more enlightened. So I do try to keep myself in check, without question.
4 [on techno music] When you're on that ecstasy shit, this sounds like "Hey Jude".
5 [on Clay Aiken's fans' negative reaction to his coming out of the closet] That just shows you how immature they are. I was like 28 when I found out Elton John was gay and I didn't care, I kept buying his albums.
6 [on his drug and alcohol addiction] I wish I was this dark genius artist - like Richard Pryor or something. There's that story about how Eric Clapton saw Jimi Hendrix play, and he supposedly went home and cried because he could never be that good. I would never do anything that fruity, but I can relate to that. I wish I was as great as other guys, and that sucks. So I get the blues, and I self-medicate.
7 [on John Belushi] He was so powerful on SNL that every sketch show since then needs a Belushi guy. I was the Belushi guy on MADtv.
8 [His opinion of Howard Stern's Wack Pack] There's times when it's heartbreaking to see some of the people get on the air and speak about their lives. This is a very difficult subject because the one argument is you're giving some sort of wonderful gift to these people that their becoming mini-celebrities. Beetlejuice is an example, he's a retarded, black midget who drinks all the time and has got bad teeth. The guy's a rock star, he makes over six figures a year doing appearances because the show made him famous and I really think he's having a good time with it; he seems happy, he seems to like the attention and all the partying and everything. Whereas, without that his life would be lonely and pathetic and everything. Now, that's me justifying what we do, that's the positive argument. He could go home and have really dark, dark times thinking about 'oh, their laughing at me and I'm being exploited.' But he gets paid a lot of money and the people that handle him seem to be good, honest people and I hope that they take care of him. But look, we don't see him 24 hours a day, he seems to be fine with it. But if I knew that one of these people that comes on our show all the time was really hurting about it and felt exploited and was sad; to be honest with you, that would really make me upset and I would question having them on again if that were the case. I genuinely think that the people that come on our show enjoy it, enjoy the attention and I think it enriches their lives that would have been really boring, mundane and, for lack of a better word, horrible without this love.
9 I had a job that people in this business would absolutely kill for on the sitcom I was on, I was working with one of my best friends. Laurie Metcalf was in the cast, really talented people on the Warner Brothers lot in LA. I was a supporting character making 35 grand a week, some weeks I'd have two lines. I had a job making 35 grand a week where I didn't have to take anything to work; I didn't have a briefcase or a piece of paper. I had ridiculously lame, easy jokes to memorize; like the jokes on that show would be I'd go to Norm MacDonald and say 'Are you thinking what I'm thinking?' and he'd say 'No, I'm not thinking of cheeseburgers,' then I'd make a face like 'oh, you got me' and then I'd walk out and then I'd get 35 grand on a Friday. So I had a convertible Mercedes, I was living in a four-thousand dollar a month condo on Willshire and Beverly Hills, I was healthy, I was thin, I had a tan. Even with that life, creatively I was empty inside, I couldn't stand it, after two years I had to get out of there, I was going crazy pulling the hairs out of my head.
10 [on Howard Stern] Howard's unbelievably nutty, politically incorrect style is probably the single biggest influence on me.
11 The Howard Stern Show is a big hit because it entertains dumb and smart people at the same time for different reasons. There's a couple of shows like that, The Simpsons is another one, smart people and stupid people love The Simpsons for totally different reasons; that's why it's a big hit, everybody's either smart or stupid so a lot of people watch it. Our show, smart people and stupid people love it for different reasons and early on in my career I made a commitment to myself; I refuse to cater to stupid people. What we do on the air is just try to be funny and hope that the smart people listen more than the dumb people.
12 I was in five movies that got a total of four stars from The Daily News. And the reviews of "Beer League" were nothing compared to "Dirty Work." The review in my home town paper, The Star Ledger, said that I "had all the charm of a date rapist." I felt really bad about that, then Norm [MacDonald]; he's trying to cheer me up, being totally serious; says "well, a date rapist has to have way more charm than a regular rapist!"
13 I once dealt with a prima donna on a movie set. I won't say who, but his first name is a country. A communist country. Run by Fidel Castro.
14 [on allegations of homophobia] I have gay friends, I support gay rights, I have nothing against the gay community, but when I see two guys kissing, I think it's gross. And, by the way, it's gross when 99% of straight people do it, too.
15 It's a life of five-card draw, and you know what? When God asked me - I'm fine with the card I got. I'm gonna play this.
16 Don't do drugs to be cool, do 'em because you hate yourself.


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Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Last Convict Standing 2017 TV Series pre-production Celebrity Judge
The Jim Gaffigan Show 2015-2016 TV Series Artie Lange
Inside Amy Schumer 2014 TV Series Client
Archie Black 2013 Short
Louie 2012 TV Series Truck Driver
Adventures of Serial Buddies 2011 Golden Graham
Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust 2009 Video Game Al Jones (voice)
Entourage 2007 TV Series Scott Siegel
World Series Open 2006 2006 TV Short Bartender
Beer League 2006 Artie DeVanzo
Waltzing Anna 2006 Jacob Kline
Supertwink 2006 TV Short Cock Hudson's Bar Plumber
Perfect Opposites 2004 Lenny Steinberg
Game Over 2004 TV Series Turbo
Elf 2003 Gimbel's Santa
Mail Order Bride 2003 Tommy
God Has a Rap Sheet 2003 Unfunny Fat Guy at Bar
Old School 2003 Booker
Boat Trip 2002 Brian
Norm 1999-2001 TV Series Artie Henderson
Gameday 2001 Video short Artie
Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth 2000 Video Mr. Hasselhof
Puppet 1999 Alexie
The Bachelor 1999 Marco
The 4th Floor 1999 Jerry
Mystery Men 1999 Big Red
Lost & Found 1999/I Wally
Dirty Work 1998 Sam McKenna
King of New York 1998 TV Movie
What's Your Sign? 1997
MADtv 1995-1997 TV Series Various
Tough Cookies 1986 TV Series

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Artie Lange: The Stench of Failure 2014 TV Special
Artie Lange: Jack and Coke 2009 Video
Who Is Mike Bocchetti? 2009 Documentary short writer
Beer League 2006 written by
Howard Stern on Demand 2006 TV Series 1 episode
It's the Whiskey Talkin': Artie Lange 2004 Video documentary
Gameday 2001 Video short
MADtv 1995-1997 TV Series writer - 41 episodes

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Artie Lange: The Stench of Failure 2014 TV Special executive producer
Artie Lange: Jack and Coke 2009 Video executive producer
Rapturious 2007 executive producer
Beer League 2006 producer
It's the Whiskey Talkin': Artie Lange 2004 Video documentary executive producer
Backstage Pass 2004 Video documentary short executive producer
The Circle 2001 Short executive producer
Gameday 2001 Video short producer

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
As Cool as I Am 2013 special thanks
Nick DiPaolo: Raw Nerve 2011 TV Special documentary special thanks: closest comedy pal
Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles 2003 TV Series thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
What's a Podcast? A Documentary Film 2016 Documentary filming Himself
The Special Without Brett Davis 2015-2016 TV Series Himself
Conan 2012-2015 TV Series Himself - Guest / Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2014-2015 TV Series Himself / Himself - Guest Comic
Laugh Killer Laugh 2015 Himself
This Is Not Happening 2015 TV Series Himself
The Nasty Show Hosted by Artie Lange 2015 TV Movie Himself - Host
I Am Santa Claus 2014 Documentary Himself
Late Night with Seth Meyers 2014 TV Series Himself
Artie Lange: The Stench of Failure 2014 TV Special Himself
Oh Yeah... 2014 TV Series Himself
Women Aren't Funny 2014 Himself
Archie Black: The Worst 2014 Documentary Himself
Comedy Underground with Dave Attell 2014 TV Series Himself
That Metal Show 2014 TV Series Himself
Tom Green Live 2013 TV Series Himself
Good Day L.A. 2013 TV Series Himself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2006-2013 TV Series Himself / Himself - Guest
Big Morning Buzz Live 2013 TV Series Himself
Phillies Nation TV 2013 TV Series Himself - Guest
Gotham Comedy Live 2013 TV Series documentary Himself - Host
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2009-2013 TV Series Himself - Guest / Himself
Californication 2013 TV Series Himself
Dave's Old Porn 2012 TV Series Himself
Man Caves 2008-2012 TV Series Himself - Guest / Himself
The Artie Lange Show 2012 TV Series Himself - Co-Host
Howard Stern on Demand 2006-2012 TV Series Himself / Iron Sheik Jr. / Himself - Judge / ...
Late Show with David Letterman 2006-2011 TV Series Himself - Guest / Himself
Artie Lange: Jack and Coke 2009 Video Himself
Joe Buck Live 2009 TV Series Himself
The Tragic Side of Comedy 2009 TV Movie documentary Himself
Sam's Game 2009 TV Series Himself
Biography 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
MADtv 1999-2009 TV Series Himself - Special Guest / Himself
Saturday Night Live 2009 TV Series Himself
Who Is Mike Bocchetti? 2009 Documentary short as Artie Lange
Down and Dirty with Jim Norton 2008 TV Series Himself
The 2008 AVN Adult Movie Awards 2008 TV Special Himself - The Howard Stern Show Personality
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1999-2008 TV Series Himself
Guys Choice 2007 TV Movie Himself
Dice Undisputed 2007 TV Series Himself
Comedy Central Roast of William Shatner 2006 TV Movie Himself - Roaster
60 Minutes 2005 TV Series documentary Himself - Stern's Staff (segment "Howard Stern")
Last Call with Carson Daly 2005 TV Series Himself
It's the Whiskey Talkin': Artie Lange 2004 Video documentary Himself
Howard Stern 1998-2004 TV Series Himself / Himself (2001-2005)
Backstage Pass 2004 Video documentary short Himself
Meet the Creeps, Vol. 1 2004 Video Himself
The Jamie Kennedy Experiment 2003 TV Series
Playboy: Celebrity Photographers 2003 Video documentary Himself
'Old School' Orientation 2003 Video short Himself
Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn 2002 TV Series Himself
Wild Desk Ride 2001 Video Himself / panelist
The N.Y. Friars Club Roast of Hugh Hefner 2001 TV Special Himself
The Howard Stern Radio Show 1998-2001 TV Series Himself
Hollywood Squares 2000 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Gotham Comedy Live 2014 TV Series documentary Himself - Comedian
Edición Especial Coleccionista 2011 TV Series Marco
Psychopathic: The Videos 2007 Video Himself (segment "Real underground baby") (uncredited)
Howard Stern on Demand 2006-2007 TV Series Himself
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