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First he made headlines ranting against Charlie Sheen. Now Andrew Dice Clay is getting his own "Entourage"!
ET has learned exclusively that the Diceman will be recurring in the new season of HBO's "Entourage," co-starring alongside Kevin Dillon's Johnny Drama in a cartoon series within the show's storyline. The comedian starts filming in two weeks, and "Entourage" is scheduled to premiere on July 24.
The self-described "Gladiator Comic" tells ET he's a big fan of "Entourage" and watches it with his sons Max, 20, and Dillon, 16. Calling show creator Doug Ellin his "Quentin Tarantino," he explains that Ellin, "came to me when I didn't know where my career was going." Still, Dice has a new album, Filthy Animal, and a new book, The Filthy Truth, on the way.
Earlier this week, Dice lashed out at Sheen, disgusted that the former "Two and a Half Men" star blew his "opportunity to be on one of the greatest sitcoms of the decade -- and then you go on TV to promote drugs," then called him out on getting fired, losing his kids, being locked in a custody battle and much more, saying, "You call that winning?"