Tom Musial is a comedian and filmmaker living in Pittsburgh, PA. He regales audiences with bizarre stories of life in modern suburbia, each adventure more absurd and ludicrous than the last.
Tom has opened for nationally-touring comedians such as Jim Breuer and Eddie Ifft.
He has performed at the Improv, the Funny Bone, Slapsticks Comedy Loft, and numerous bars, firehalls, coffee shops, living rooms, ice rinks, and picnic shelters across the tri-state area.
Tom was a finalist in the 2011 Pittsburgh Improv "Fall Down Laughing" comedy contest and the 2006 Funny Bone "Best of the Burgh" comedy contest. His short comedy film "P.O.V." took first place in the 2004 Pittsburgh Filmmakers Film Kitchen mini-festival.
Tom has been described as "Pittsburgh's least-well known comedian."
Check out all my videos here. My favorites are below!
Two jokes Pittsburghers will like. Recorded December 26, 2009 at the Rex Theater on Carson Street in Pittsburgh, PA.
A tip for parents who want to save money while raising kids. Recorded January 28, 2009, at Gorman's Pub in Brentwood PA.
This short film was an entry in the 2004 Pittsburgh Filmmakers "Film Kitchen" film festival.
All movies had to incorporate a theme of "appliances."
P.O.V. took the 1st place jury selection. Hooray for me!
P.S.: Be sure to check out Christine Tarbet's web site!
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Check out some some pictures of fish sandwiches (and other stuff).
Contact Tom by emailing "Tom" at Tom Musial Dot Com!