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Dee SniderWhile best known as the lead singer of the acclaimed rock band, Twisted Sister, Dee Snider is more than a musician...Dee is a radio personality, television host, author, voice over artist, screenplay writer, actor, and most of all he is a doting husband of 33 years, and father of four children.

From rock star to country crooner, Dee is currently starring in Country Music Television's, "Gone Country". With country music giant, John Rich at the helm, Dee will be competing against other musicians in their quest to transition to, and conquer, country music.


In addition, Renegade 83 Productions, the team behind 'Gone Country' has signed Dee and his wife, Suzette, to a television production deal. The project is tentatively titled, ''Dee Snider to the Rescue". Think Dee Snider meets 'Nanny 911'.

Also on the books is a series remake of the classic television sitcom, 'Green Acres' with Dee and his New York City based family uprooting to a modern day Hooterville.

In radio, Dee begins his 13th year hosting the nationally syndicated 'House of Hair'. The show is currently heard in 200 cities in the United States, Canada and Central America. Dee has also hosted radio shows on the legendary Philadelphia radio station, WMMR, and was also a top rated morning personality in Hartford, CT and Richmond, VA.

Never setting limits, Dee wrote, produced, and starred in 'Dee Snider's Strangeland'. This horror flick immediately became a classic of the genre, with Strangland 2 on the drawing boards. With the success of Strangeland, Dee was tapped to host a weekly radio show on all things horror, Fangoria Radio. Dee's influence in the genre has lead to a whole new generation of horror fans and producers.

In 2002, VH-1 signed Dee to star as himself in their original movie production of 'Warning: Parental Advisory'. Co-starring Mariel Hemingway, Jason Priestly, and Griffin Dunne, Dee re-created his role during the congressional record labeling hearings of the mid 1980's. Battling the Beltway wives, most notably, Tipper Gore, Dee along with Frank Zappa and John Denver turned DC politics upside down, carrying the banner of Twisted Sister's legendary anthem 'We're Not Gonna Take It'.

Arnold Schwarzenegger wasn't going to take it either. The now, Governator, enlisted Dee to help rally his political troops all the way to the Governor's mansion in California. At his last political rally in Sacramento, Schwarzenegger asked Dee to lead the way in singing 'We're Not Gonna Take It'. California listened and the Terminator was elected Governor. Not to be outdone, the Government of Mexico recruited Dee as well, using the anthem in their bid to set the country on a fiscal and judicial road to recovery.

As a voice over artist, you have heard Dee's voice on myriad commercials, documentaries, and video games. Perhaps most remarkable was MSNBC's hiring of Dee to be the voice of that network.