A Ph.D. in Happiness from the Great Comedians
On April 2nd, 1986, comedian Tommy Moore was told he might never stand onstage again. Since then, hes done over 3,500 shows, speeches, and seminars at Comedy Clubs, Casinos, Cruise Ships, Colleges, Corporations, Churches, Synagogues, Resort Hotels, and on Radio and TV. A true survivor and maybe the real last comic standing, this book tells the story of how advice from comedy giants nursed him back to physical and emotional health. Look what the media has said about comedian Tommy Moore: Pennsylvanias Premiere Comedy Performer. Larry Wilde, Bantam Press The man knows his craft, and it shows! Gail Shister, The Philadelphia Inquirer A Million Dollar Comic, with an act suitable for the whole family, a flair for the off-beat, and a habit of involving the audience. Jack Lloyd, The Philadelphia Inquirer A loveable comic Jim Knight, Philadelphia Daily News Tommy has a suitcase full of material Stu Bykofsky, Philadelphia Daily News Tommy Moore puts the FUN back in FUNNY Beth DAdonno, The Times Moores humor is upbeat and optimistic. Linda Riley, Delaware County Times A performer who knows no bounds in his outlook. Fran Carpentier, Parade Magazine Learn more at www.profcomedy.com
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