Tommy McGuan is a cross country runner turned comedian. In college his pubic bone inflamed (not as cool as it sounds), so he put his running shoes down and picked up a microphone in 2014.
Mixing his energetic personality, with his witty sense of humor Tommy is able to write jokes about a wide variety of topics. From his inability to fight, to being a vegetarian surviving the apocalypse and his take on how dams were invented, nothing is safe.
Since his first performance, Tommy has performed all over, in cities such as; Reno NV, San Antonio TX, New York City NY, Chico CA, Sacramento CA, Los Angeles CA, and even Paris France. He has even performed at locations such as; the Broadway Comedy Club (NYC), Pioneer Underground (Reno), Laughs Unlimited (Sacramento), Comedy Store (LA), Flappers (Burbank), Ice House (Pasadena); and he has even performed on Pasadena Public Access on two separate occasions. Once as a performer on Thursday Night Live, and the second as a guest on the Sounds Within, With L.V. Smith. Tommy has also headlined at the Federal Bar in Los Angeles and the Martin Haris Night at the Comedy Store.
He is also the producer of a pop up comedy show called the Garage Chronicles. This show is primarily in peoples garages and backyards in the Santa Clarita Valley. But has also toured and taken place in backyards all the way from Humboldt CA, to Compton.
Tommy has also had the pleasure of sharing the stage with a number of prestigious comedians. These comedians include the likes of; Howie Mandel, Tony Hinchcliffe, Steve Hytner, Adam Ray, Erica Rhodes, and Erik Myers; among other national headliners.
You can find upcoming shows on in the "Upcoming shows & Past Shows" section of this website. You can also listen to Tommy on his podcast, "Talking Hard in Soft Places", where Tommy talks to people about stuff. What they talk about really has nothing to do with the title, Tommy just thought it sounded cool.
Tommy may be newer to performing stand up comedy. But he is confident that only good things can come from hard work.