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Andy Dick

Andy Dick is an American comedian, actor, writer, director, musician and producer. Andy grew up in the Chicago area where he participated in many stage productions. During his senior year of High school, Andy’s love of performing proved decisive as he was elected homecoming king. Andy’s first regular television role was on the short-lived but influential "Ben Stiller Show." He was a mainstay on network television from 1995-2006 on NBC's "NewsRadio" and ABC’s "Less Than Perfect." In 2001, Andy wrote, directed, produced, and starred in "The Andy Dick Show" for MTV. Andy has also starred in a number of feature films including "In the Army Now," "Employee of the Month," and "The Hebrew Hammer." Additionally, Andy has made memorable appearances in feature films such as "Zoolander," "The Cable Guy," "Inspector Gadget," "Road Trip," "Dude, Where’s My Car?," "Old School," and "Funny People." Andy has shot guest appearances on NBC’s "Community," FX’s "Legit," the Netflix original series, "Bad Samaritans" and CBS’ "Two Broke Girls." More recently, Andy excelled as a contestant on the 16th season of ABC’s hit reality series, "Dancing with the Stars." He can also be seen regularly performing at theaters and comedy clubs across the country.