While perhaps best known as the lead singer of 80’s sensation, Twisted Sister, there is so much more to Dee Snider. His hit song-writing credits extend to many genres of music and have been covered by major artists the world over.  Celine Dion’s version of the Snider penned “Magic of Christmas Day (God Bless Us Everyone) was a significant part of her international, multi-platinum “These Are Special Times” album, the biggest selling holiday album in history.

Dee has starred in too many reality TV shows including appearances on three seasons of Celebrity Apprentice; Gone Country with John Rich; MTV’s Rock the Cradle with his son Jesse Blaze; Growing Up Twisted, an A&E series featuring the entire Snider family; ABC’s Celebrity Wife Swap, and most recently FOX’s Masked Singer. Dee has also been a frequent host on the MTV Networks and, with more than 30 years on the air in terrestrial and satellite radio, has his own, long running, nationally syndicated radio show House Of Hair [houseofhaironline.com] which can be heard on more than 250 stations in North America. His voiceover career has resulted in Dee being heard on a multitude of radio and TV commercials, animated shows, documentaries, video games, and even a stint as the voice of MSNBC.  Snider is currently the narrator of the hit Reelz Network series, “Breaking the Band”.

In 2010, Dee starred on Broadway as Dennis Dupree in the Tony award winning musical Rock Of Ages and since then his theatre connection has grown. He recorded the critically acclaimed album “Dee Does Broadway” (featuring Patti LuPone and Bebe Neuwirth), and wrote the lyrics, music and book for “A Rock ‘n’ Roll Christmas Tale” which completed highly successful runs throughout the 2014 (Chicago) and 2015 (Toronto) holiday seasons.

Never setting limits, Dee Snider has co-created “Monsters Rock”, a new children’s animated series for Peacock, released his first fiction novel “Frats”, and this year will make his directorial debut with his most recent scary screenplay My Enemy’s Enemy.

So, what’s next? Ask Dee.