An Andrew Dice Clay-Teri Hatcher movie called Brain Smasher… a Love Story brought the comedian and the actress together in more ways than one. In addition to their professional relationship, Clay claims he and Hatcher embarked on a sexual relationship after meeting on the set of the direct-to-video flop. He detailed the shocking news of their off-screen affair in his new book The Filthy Truth.
At the time of the alleged Andrew Dice Clay-Teri Hatcher liaison, the potty-mouthed comedian was unhappily married to Kathleen Monica, a.k.a “Trini,” his second wife, according to Fox News. They were married from 1992 until 2002. So it would appear that his affair with Hatcher took place at the very beginning of what would be a decade-long marriage to the mother of his two children.
After an evening of flirting, Andrew Dice Clay and Teri Hatcher reportedly engaged in phone sex, which led to a prolonged session of “delicious” moaning, a stolen kiss, and finally a round of lovemaking that Clay described as “out of this world.”
Following his torrid fling with Teri Hatcher, Andrew Dice Clay and his wife Trini discovered that they were expecting a child. This happy discovery reportedly renewed their interest in their marriage, at least until they divorced some 10 years later. According to the New York Daily News, Hatcher embarked on a “sexless” marriage with American actor Jon Tenney in 1994. They would remain married for nearly a decade themselves before divorcing in 2003.
The users and critics over at IMDb gave Brain Smasher… a Love Story a 5.8 rating out of 10 and provided the following description of the movie’s plot.
“Sam Crain, a professional model, is asked by her sister to smuggle a package from Europe to Portland Oregon, where she discovers that her sister is battling Chinese Shaolin Monks (not ninjas!). Fleeing the monks, Sam unwittingly involves Ed ‘Brainsmasher’ Molloy, a nightclub bouncer.”
There’s a good chance you missed the flick starring recently revealed real-life lovers Andrew Dice Clay and Teri Hatcher. If that’s the case, you can get a good look at what you missed by checking out the extended trailer for the 1993 film below.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Andrew Dice Clay famously sold out Madison Square Garden in New York for two consecutive nights in 1990 before taking a break from performing to raise his two sons. He made his triumphant return to the spotlight in 2012 with his aptly named New Year’s Eve Showtime special No Apologies.
Were you surprised to learn about the brief romance between Andrew Dice Clay and Teri Hatcher? Comments are welcome.
[Image of Teri Hatcher, Andrew Dice Clay from Brain Smasher…a Love Story screenshot]