Dee Snider was in the 2005 film Metal: A Headbanger's Journey, as well as the film Deepwater of the same year.
In Pee Wee's Big Adventure, Dee appears (as himself) performing with Twisted Sister. When Pee Wee is being chased through the Warner Bros. Studios, he runs past Twisted Sister while they are recording a music video.
Dee did some voice work for some MSNBC commerials.
In 1999, Dee was in Lit's music video for their song Ziplock.
Dee is the host of the Sirius Satellite Radio show Fanforia Radio.
Dee has done voice work in commercials for Pizza Hut.
As of 2006, every now and again Twisted Sister gets together to jam out and perform.
Dee is 6'1" tall.
Dee hosted a radio shows in Philadelphia on WMMR in 2005.
Dee hosted a radio show in Connecticut on WMRQ.
Dee campaigned for Arnold Schwarsenegger.
The activist group PMRC tried to get his band's music banned.
Dee compiled all the music for the soundtrack for the film Strangeland.
In 1973, Dee graduated from Baldwin Senior High School in New York City.
Dee's son Jesse is in a band called Blazed.
In the early 1990's, Dee was the lead singer for the band Widowmaker.
Dee's solo song titled Inconclusion can be heard on the Strangeland movie soundtrack.
Hosting the MTV awards Dee Snider made fun of Christina Aguilera for looking like him when he was in Twisted Sister.
Snider has four children. They are Cheyenne, Shane, Cody, and Jesse.
Since 1981 Snider has been married to his wife Suzette.
Snider has narrated many shows on VH1.
Every now and then Dee raises and trains dogs in East Setauket, New York.
As of 2005, Dee Snider is the host of the nationally syndicated House of Hair radio show.
Snider narrated a live show called Van Helsing's Curse in 2004 through 2005.
Snider played himself in the 2002 TV-movie Warning: Parental Advisory.
From 1999 to 2002, Dee Snider had hosted a morning radio show called Dee Snider Radio in Hartford,Connecticut.
Snider's mother is Catholic.
Snider's father is jewish although left the faith at the age of fifteen.
In 1998. Snider made the hit horror movie Strangeland.
Dee: There's a lot of interest in making a Strangeland 2. Clearly there's a solid cult following. As a matter of fact, I'm told it's one of the most stolen videotapes in the rental stores. It goes out and never comes back!
Dee: I've got a lot to do, and I hope that by the end of it all, people will say that Dee Snider was an entertainer, and he did his job well.
Dee: I don't think Twisted Sister is glam because than implies glamor. And we're not glamorous. We should be called hid, because we are hideous.
Dee: I went for an outrageous form of expressing myself. It seemed to be a way that I could make my name and show that I was somebody.
Dee: I tested the waters on producing a record, but I'm more of a creative guy. I can't get into minute details.
(Dee speaking out on his ex-band Twisted Sister)
Dee: There's no tour plans, no reunion, no new album, nothing.
Dee: You can't stop rock-n-roll!