On this episode of Actually Me, Tom Segura goes undercover on the Internet and responds to real comments from YouTube, Reddit, Instagram, Twitter, IMDb and Quora. Does he have a Ferrari? Does he have a podcast in Spanish?Ball Hog now streaming on Netflix! Missed any YMH or 2 Bears Live Streams? They’re all here for you. Every clip, sketch and guest that we couldn’t stream anywhere else is available here. We will keep adding the content we produce here for your viewing pleasure. Gather the family together and watch all the YMH Studio content you can. Read moreVideo Rentals. 196,086 likes 584 talking about this. For more info on Tom, check out www.tomsegura.com.
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|Born||April 16, 1979 (age 42)|
Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.
|Genres||observational comedy, black comedy, sarcasm, insult comedy, deadpan|
Thomas Segura Jr. is an American stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and podcaster. Segura co-hosts the Your Mom's House podcast with his wife, fellow comedian Christina Pazsitzky, and also co-hosts the 2 Bears, 1 Cave podcast with comedian and actor Bert Kreischer.
Segura was born on April 16, 1979 to Charo, a Peruvian mother and Thomas Segura Sr., an American father of Spanish, Cajun, and French-Canadian ancestry. He has two sisters. When he was 18, Segura overdosed on GHB and fell into a short coma.
Segura began stand-up comedy shortly after graduating from Lenoir-Rhyne University. Steam easter sale 2020. On the Wednesday September 9, 2020 Episode 568 of Your Mom's House Podcast with guest Kevin Nealon, Tom mentions he was doing comedy in the evenings for the first few years while holding down other daytime jobs. At 1 hour and 55 minutes into the iTunes version, Tom describes interning at Kopelson Entertainment and then having his first paid job in the industry as a logger, producing transcripts of reality shows such as Extreme Makeover and My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss.
Segura has performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival,The Comedy Festival, the Global Comedy Festival in Vancouver, and Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. Segura was also a San Francisco regional finalist on Last Comic Standing 2.In 2018, Tom and his wife, Christina Pazsitzky, landed a TV deal with CBS, who gave a pilot production commitment for their show 'The Little Things'. Tom's 4th special for Netflix, Ball Hog, premiered on March 24, 2020 and a Spanish language special was planned for the fall of 2020, before the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was experienced.
Your Mom's House podcast
In 2011, Segura and his wife Christina Pazsitzky created their podcastYour Mom's House, which they both host.
2 Bears, 1 Cave podcast
|2 Bears, 1 Cave|
|Hosted by||Tom Segura|
|Format||Audio & Video|
|Length||60 – 90 min|
|No. of episodes||76 (as of April 12, 2021)|
|Original release||June 11, 2019 – present|
|Website||2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer|
On June 11, 2019, Segura, along with fellow comedian and actor Bert Kreischer, debuted the comedic podcast 2 Bears, 1 Cave.
Segura is from Cincinnati, Ohio, and has lived across the US in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Vero Beach, Florida. He graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, North Carolina.
He lives in the Pacific Palisades neighbourhood of Los Angeles, California with his wife Christina Pazsitzky, and their two children. On August 21 the LA Times reported NFL linebacker Cassius Marsh purchased Tom and Christina's old Woodland Hills home.
Tom and Christina met when he was 23 and she was 26, at the Cat Club on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles California.
|2010||Frank Advice||Dan Pena||Co-writer|
|2013||9 Inches||Dan||Co-writer and Director|
|2016||The People's Mayor||Harry Pryor||Pilot presentation|
|2017||I Need You To Kill||Himself||Filmed In Hong Kong, Singapore, and Macau|
|2020||The Opening Act||Cop||Post-production|
Tom Segura Twitter Dance
|2010||Thrilled||Hour-long stand-up album|
|2012||White Girls With Cornrows||Hour-long stand-up album|
|2007||Live at Gotham||Himself|
|2011||Comedy Central Presents||Himself|
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What Happened To Tom Segura
- Official website
- Tom Segura at IMDb