Tom Segura is a comedian. You may have recently seen Tom on Comedy Central's "Comedy Central Presents," "Live at Gotham" or on SHOWTIME's "Russell Peters Presents" or on BET's "One Mic Stand" or on CBS' "Gary Unmarried," but maybe your television doesn't work so you saw Tom at Montreal's Just for Laughs Comedy Festival or at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival or the Global Comedy Festival in Vancouver or the South Beach Comedy Festival. But maybe you don't travel and you fixed your television so you saw Tom's short series "Cutman" on Comedy Central or on Atom.com. But maybe you prefer the radio, so you've heard Tom on one of his many appearances on "The Bob and Tom Show." But then again, maybe you hate technology. Maybe you have seen Tom perform at one of dozens of comedy clubs across the country. But if you missed a live show or want to hear Tom in your headphones you can now purchase his debut album "Thrilled" on iTunes, Amazon and Rooftopcomedy.com.
On stage, he shares wild, hilarious stories, while showing multimedia from the events: photos, videos, voicemails and more. Last year he combined many of these stories into a sold-out, critically-acclaimed one man show, called "Never Been to Paris," about the last 10 times he nearly killed himself by accident. He is also the creator and host of "The Blackout Diaries" a show where comics plus "real" people (cops, priests, teachers, etc.) share true drinking stories and answer questions from the audience.
He has been named the best comic in Chicago by several publications and his live multimedia shows routinely sellout.