Artie’s 2005 DVD stand-up release is refreshingly raw and politically incorrect. If you love Artie’s degenerate side, you’ll like this DVD.
Artie has a secondary role in this Will Ferrell/Luke Wilson comedy. Great scene where Will Ferrell shoots himself up with animal tranquilizer. Unrated version.
Artie Lange's comedy is real, honest and hilarious.
Although he's off the Stern show now, his comedy lives on in several "for adults only" comedy DVDs.
Artie also authored a revealing autobiography and has acted in several well known comedies.
Artie plays a kind of supporting role as a seedy department-store Santa in Elf. Now there’s a stretch.
Artie’s famous “work of shame” also has appearances by Gary Coleman, Chris Farley, Chevy Chase, and Don Rickles. Directed by Bob Saget. Not as bad as it is made out to be on the HS show.
Collection of interviews with Artie covering his Mad TV era, his start and maturation on the Stern show, and on up through 2008.
Artie’s autobiography is not only funny, but dishes a lot of personal dirt about his struggle with drugs and the loss of his father. Great vignettes about guido life as well.
The movie that drove Artie to exhaustion. Artie Lange's Beer League is a "no gut, no glory" story of a bunch of Jersey guys and their underperforming beer league team. Solid "lowbrow", politically incorrect humor.