Wednesday, May 5, 2010
At age 14, Hal Sparks decided he was tired of "country livin'" and moved to Chicago to live with his father. It was there he ventured into acting school which eventually lead him to stand-up comedy. After graduating from high school, Sparks packed up and left for Hollywood where he spent the next 10 years trying to make it in the business. This effort paid off when he landed the hosting gig on E!'s popular series "Talk Soup." Since then, Hal has been back on the road, spending his time with his first love, stand-up comedy.
Comedian Pat Dixon spends much of his time in New York City when he's not on the road performing. And while he's there, he often reads thew news. And being that he's a comedian, he can't help but have an opinion on the goings on in the world. And what better outlet for those stories, ripped from the headlines, than the BOB&TOM Show. In other news, Pat Dixon is has a brand new comedy CD titled, Goodbye Forever Fatty that is also now available on iTunes. Follow Pat on twitter and facebook and check out his new podcast, "The new York City Crime Report w/ Pat Dixon."
"Hey Buddy, it's Chili Time!" Originally from New York, Bob Biggerstaff moved to Houston, TX while he was a freshman in high school. Some say it was this diverse upbringing that gave him the insight to appeal to a wide variety of audiences, others claim it's his ability to write funny jokes. He’s been featured on HBO, Comedy Central, Sierra Mist’s Search for the Next Great Comic and even NBC’s "Last Comic Standing." If you're trying to remember which guy Biggerstaff was, he says he's the fat one with the glasses.