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Dee Snider information
Dee Snider information
|Birth date:||March 15, 1955|
|Birth place:||Astoria, New York City, New York, United States|
|Height:||6 ft (1.85 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Singer-songwriter, Screenwriter, Radio personality, Musician, TV Personality, Voice Actor, Spokesperson, Film Producer|
|Education:||Baldwin High School, All-State Chorus|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Suzette Snider (m. 1981)|
|Children:||Jesse Blaze Snider, Cody Blue Snider, Cheyenne Snider, Shane Snider|
|Parents:||Bob Snider, Marguerite Snider, We're Not Gonna Take It, We Are the Ones, Luck Be a Lady Tonight, We're Not Gonna Take It, We Are the Ones, Luck Be a Lady Tonight|
|Music groups:||Twisted Sister, Van Helsing's Curse, Desperado|
|Movies:||"Warning: Parental Advisory", "Kiss Loves You"|
|TV shows:||"Dee Snider Radio" (1999), PlayStation 2, "Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy" (2001)|
Dee Snider net worth & biography:
Daniel “Dee” Snider (born March 15, 1955) is an American singer songwriter, screenwriter, radio personality, and performer. Snider is most famed for his part as the frontman of the heavy metal band Twisted Sister. He was rated 83 in the “Hit Parader”‘s Top 100 Metal Vocalist Ever.
In early 1976, Snider joined Twisted Sister and became the only songwriter of the group then. The group released their very first studio album, Beneath the Blade, in September 1982 and developed a following in britain. Less than a year after, Twisted Sister released their sophomore effort, You Can Not Stop Rock ‘n’ Roll. This could end up being the group’s most successful record using the hits “We’re Not Gonna Take It” and “I Wanna Rock.” To highlight the “twisted sister” picture, Snider embraced a hallmark part of metal-inspired drag with long blonde hair, an inordinate quantity of eye shadow and rouge, and bright red lipstick. It featured metal news, interviews with metal musicians, as well as in-studio cohosts. In 1981 Snider wed his long term wife, Suzette Snider, who worked in costume and make-up, and supported and even dressed Dee in his well-known ensemble of drag. In 1985, a Senate hearing was instigated by the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), who wished to introduce a parental warning system that will label all records containing offensive content. The system was to contain letters identifying the kind of objectionable content to be seen in each record (e.g. O for occult topics, S for sex, D for drugs, V for violence, etc.). Dee Snider, John Denver, and Frank Zappa all testified against censorship and the projected warning system. This type of system was never executed, but the results of the hearing brought about what’s now the generic “Parental Advisory: Explicit Content” label.