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Pauley Shore

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Pauly Shore (born February 1, 1968) is an American actor and comedian, perhaps best known for starring in a series of comedy films in the 1990s.

Shore began his career in stand-up and a few bit parts in several late-1980s movies. His big break came when he became an MTV host, along side Jeff Leiber, a position he held from 1989-1994. Pauly had his own show, Totally Pauly, and served as a traveling ambassador, most memorably on MTV's annual Spring Break parties. At his first Spring Break gig, he began using his catchphrase, "weasel", often said similar to "weeeeee..zell!" His first comedy album, 1991's The Future of America, was named Best Comedy Album by the College Music Journalists. The album paved the way for Shore's subsequent releases, Scraps from the Future and Pink Diggly Diggly.[5]

The critically panned cult film Encino Man (1992) garnered him a Golden Raspberry Award for his performance, largely because Shore was unabashedly not acting - his character uncannily resembled his MTV persona. The movie was remarkably popular, and Shore parlayed it into several other films: Son In Law (nominated for an MTV Movie Award), In the Army Now, 1995 Razzie winner Jury Duty, and 1996 Razzie winner Bio-Dome. Shore's wave of fame crashed when he tried to turn back to TV in 1997 with the series Pauly on the Fox Network, the premiere of which received ratings so low that the show was canceled the next day.[citation needed]

In 2000 he won the Razzie award for "Worst New Star of the Decade", but lost "Worst Actor of the Century" to Sylvester Stallone. He attempted a comeback with the star-studded, autobiographical independent mockumentary called Pauly Shore Is Dead, which went to video on January 25, 2005, after a small theatrical run.

Also in 2005, Shore had a reality show on TBS titled Minding the Store. The series followed Shore as he took control of the Comedy Store and attempted to revitalize it. In a CNN article to promote the show, Shore admitted that he is a recovering sex addict and currently seeing a therapist, and that he allowed some of his therapy sessions to be taped for the show. Shore also said that if anyone did not laugh while viewing the show, they would receive a dollar. The individual simply had to mail a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Shore, care of TBS, and would in turn receive a dollar bill.[6] This deal was only open to the first 250,000 people, and it is unknown if anyone ever did receive a dollar. The show was canceled after ten episodes, because of low ratings.

He has also made a number of guest appearances in numerous music videos, including Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff".