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Five shows in which Andrew Dice Clay has made his presence known

Andrew Dice Clay, right, with Bobby Cannavale, in

Andrew Dice Clay, right, with Bobby Cannavale, in "Vinyl." Photo Credit: HBO / Niko Tavernise

In Showtime’s new sitcom, “Dice” (premiering Sunday night at 9:30), Andrew Dice Clay will play a fictionalized version of himself (a comedian who moves his family to Las Vegas in hopes of making a comeback). Here are five other shows on which The Diceman has made his presence known:

CRIME STORY (NBC, 1986-88) In this well-regarded, ’60-set drama, Clay played small-time hood Max Goldman.

BLESS THIS HOUSE (CBS, 1995-96) Clay played a blustery postal worker in this short-lived sitcom, a kind of latter-day “Honeymooners.”

HITZ (UPN, 1997) In this forgotten sitcom about the music biz, Clay was the mean-spirited owner of a Los Angeles record company.

ENTOURAGE (HBO, 2011) In the show’s final season, Clay played himself, the co-star with Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon) on the fictional program “Johnny’s Bananas.”

VINYL (HBO, 2016) In this current series about the music biz in 1973, a heavily muttonchopped Clay was sleazy radio-station executive Frank “Buck” Rogers. He was murdered in the first episode.

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