Comedian Tom Shillue is the host of The Quiz Show and UN-PC on Fox Nation, author of Mean Dads for a Better America: The Generous Rewards of an Old-Fashioned Childhood, and a favorite among conference audiences everywhere.
Tom Shillue is host of The Quiz Show and UN-PC on Fox Nation, and frequently appears on The Greg Gutfeld Show and The Five on Fox News Channel. He has appeared in his own Comedy Central Stand-Up Special, as well as The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Conan, Late Night, Last Comic Standing, and was a correspondent on The Daily Show.
Shillue frequently appears on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon as part of “The Rag Time Gals,” Jimmy’s barbershop quartet, performing alongside such guests as Justin Timberlake, Steve Carell, Sting, and Tina Fey. The Gals’ videos have been viewed over 50 million times!
Shillue released twelve consecutive comedy albums as part of an ambitious “12 in 12” project and brought his solo show “Impossible” to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Tom has been seen on Broad City on Comedy Central, and has headlined at the Boston Comedy Festival and SF Sketchfest. His first book Mean Dad’s For A Better America: The Generous Rewards Of An Old-Fashioned Childhood was released on Harper Collins’ Dey St. Books. You can currently see Tom perform in theaters across the US, with Greg Gutfeld, on The Gutfeld Monologues Live Tour.
Why Book Tom Shillue for Your Event
As a storyteller and traditional thinker, Shillue grounds his ideas about our current culture and political climate in funny stories from his childhood. Growing up as one of five kids in a devout Irish Catholic family in a small town outside of Boston, Shillue sincerely believes that the rough-and-tumble, rules-dominated world in which he came of age was a better America – a time and place that made him into the well-adjusted, happy, successful man he is today.
Comedian, Fox News host, and barbershop quartet singer, Shillue regales audiences with memoir and morals inspired by his book, Mean Dads for a Better America. Growing up in Norwood, Massachusetts, Tom had a 1950s childhood – but in the 1970s. Hear how he modernizes the lessons of his parents, fathering his own daughters in today’s modern world.