What do you get when a comedy writer / actor marries a management consultant? As it turns out, you get a multi-award winning comedy act about work that has performed all over the world. Every day, we learn something new and every day we laugh -- it's been a pretty amazing ride. You can check out our formal bios below, but suffice it to say, we're professionals who care about our work, our clients, and each other.
We live in New York City and when we're not working (an admittedly rare occurrence), we're out enjoying every inch of this city we love, arguing over whether Tony or Frank was the better singer, cheering on the Yankees, and scouring the Union Square Farmer's Market for the perfect summer tomato.
Tom is a co-creator and original cast member of the long-running Off Broadway and international hit, Tony and Tina’s Wedding. He was chosen by director Christopher Guest and producer Rob Reiner to re-create his role for the television version. Tom can be heard voicing the role of “Peanut” in Cartoon Network’s award-winning animated series, Harvey Birdman, Attorney At Law in which he co-stars with Gary Cole and Stephen Colbert.
Other credits include roles on Law and Order, regular appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, the original New York cast of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, and Thirtieth Anniversary National Tour of Man of La Mancha (directed by original director, Albert Marre, and starring John Cullum) as well as appearing on camera or providing the voiceover for hundreds of comic commercials. Here are a few along with some scenes from Harvey Birdman.
Sally is a former senior management consultant and conference planner. She has had many articles published on maximizing entertainment at corporate events, engaging attendees, and event entertainment trends in American Entertainment magazine and through her guest blog series for Successful Meetings Magazine’s "Industry Guru" series. She’s been interviewed on these topics by MPI’s monthly magazine, ONE+, Women in Business Radio, Corporate Incentive and Business Travel Magazine, and Event Solutions Magazine. She also served on the board of directors of the International Association of Corporate Entertainment Producers. Between event and performing arts appearances, Sally has produced over 1,000 shows.
In New York, Sally served as a Senior Management Consultant with Stuart Levine & Associates and in Washington, DC, as Senior Director for Communication and Voluntary Partnerships with the National Skill Standards Board, our country’s largest effort to enhance U.S. workforce competitiveness through training standards and certification. She was Executive Director of the Hospitality & Tourism Skills Board, where she oversaw research into critical hospitality skills on behalf of the industry.