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Tom Clark formally began his comedy career in 1994. Tom finally arrived in May 1997 when he opened for Pauly Shore at a rock club in Milwaukee. Tom opened with a song that was sung in Spanish "Viva la Gente" (Up with People), encouraging everyone to sing along with him. He was promptly booed by the audience, but did his allotted time of fifteen minutes and concluded his set with "The Potato Song". Following his performance he was approached by Pauly Shore's manager who said, "That's your act! You sing about a potato?!?!" Despite his interest, Tom decided to continue his venture without any representation.
Over the years Tom has performed with a lot of very talented people including, Jake Johannsen, Nipsy Russell, Brian Regan, and Lewis Black. He is also a regular performer at the Chicago Comedy Festival. He won the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Chicago, IL in 1999. Also, in 1999, Tom completed the Conservatory Program at Second City in Chicago and has no idea what 'conservatory' means, but feels it sounds impressive.
In 2001 Tom decided to pursue comedy full time and moved to Los Angeles. That year, Tom was runner up in Comedy Central's Laugh Riots Competition. He has appeared on CBS's Late Late Show, and NBC's Late Friday . You may have also seen Tom in commercials for movietickets.com. It played in movie theaters across the country and in some lucky markets on TV. He's the guy who says, "It's a silent 'r'." Tom was most recently on National Lampoon's Funny Money on the Game Show Network and Comedy Central's Premium Blend. He was selected to participate in The Montreal Comedy Festival as part of the New Faces Program. Tom has also written two short films, "El Dorko" and "The Interview". "El Dorko" is based on Tom's stand up and is currently playing on the festival circuit. His philosophy on comedy is to not take himself too seriously and to assist other people in doing the same. In the future, Tom would like to stop speaking in the third person.