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In 2001, Lange returned to New Jersey and became a member of The Howard Stern Show until December 2009.
He pursued various projects during this time; he released two comedy albums, co-wrote, produced, and starred in his feature film, Artie Lange's Beer League (2006), and released his first book, Too Fat to Fish (2008), which entered The New York Times Best Seller list at number one.
In one early assignment, he received an A grade for a presentation he made, telling stories about his friends and family to the class.
He wrote, "To this day I have never seen it because I don't think it's possible to purchase a copy of it anywhere ...Every night, she set her alarm clock to turn him so he wouldn't get bedsores." In 1987, the family contacted celebrities asking them to donate items for auction. Lange took up extra work with roles in commercials which were a "big step up", At twenty-seven, Lange was chosen as one of the eight cast members selected to star in the sketch comedy series Mad TV, from the eight thousand that were screened.Howard Stern, the only one to respond, sent them an autographed jacket and said on the air, "Does this guy think that if he puts the jacket on he's going to walk again? On July 12, 1987, at age nineteen, Lange performed his first stand-up comedy routine at The Improv in Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan. He flew to Los Angeles in May 1995 to shoot the television pilot which was picked up by the Fox network. (born October 11, 1967) is an American stand-up comedian and actor, best known for his tenures on The Howard Stern Show and the sketch comedy series Mad TV.Born and raised in New Jersey, Lange first worked as a longshoreman and taxi driver to help support his family following the death of his quadriplegic father.