Artie Lange was a prankster from a young age and was held back from graduating high school with the rest of his class. Lange had the last laugh when he scored a recurring role on Fox’s “Mad TV.” After leaving that show, Lange began capitalizing on his friendship with SNL veteran Norm MacDonald, first appearing in McDonald’s revenge comedy “Dirty Work” then working with the comic on his ABC sitcom “Norm,” also known as “The Norm Show.” He appeared opposite David Spade in the 1999 comedy “Lost and Found” and also popped up in such films as “Mystery Men” and “The Bachelor.” As a comedian, Artie sells out venues across the country. And of course, for years, Artie sat alongside Howard Stern on his mega-popular radio show. Artie also penned his memoirs “Too Fat to Fish” (2008) and “Crash and Burn” (2013) – both big, big sellers. With his next book coming out next year, Artie continues to storm the country with his stand-up.
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