"And I'm Dr. Huxtable," said the Twisted Sister frontman who has gone on to become a radio talk show host and filmmaker as well. "I'm the normal one."
Well, the world will soon find out as the Sniders —
Dee, wife Suzette, and their four kids, Jesse, Shane, Cody and Cheyenne
— have signed on to do their own reality show, "Growing Up Twisted,"
for A&E, set to air later this year. The show is in production on
Snider said cameras will be all over
Those opportunities are why the Sniders got involved with the show, which they see as a way to jump start the careers of rocker Jesse, comic Shane and filmmaker Cody.
"I wanted to be the producer for my kids' careers — not in a stage parent way, since my sons are all in their 20s — so that they can have a better life and an easier time than I had," he said. "That means there's a lot more reality in our show."
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