energy and unique observations of everyday life are just two things
comedian Tom Riehl has been catching people’s eye with throughout
his comedy career. His odd, yet honest way of looking at life has
made him a favorite among comedy club audiences throughout the U.S.
An unassuming look, coupled with a hard-hitting delivery allows Tom
to talk about many off beat subjects that most people only think
at a comedy club, a corporate event, or in the kitchen, Tom Riehl
has been making people laugh since the early nineties.
Tom has worked with a variety of performers including comedians Bob
Saget, Paula Poundstone, Alonzo Bodden, Shawn Wayans, Fritz Coleman, Jimmy Brogan, and James P.
Connolly as well as musical acts Berlin, Three Dog Night, Al Jareau,
Dave Koz, and David
Pack of Ambrosia. He was also part of the Laff Pack, a group of five
stand-up comics who performed at clubs and corporate events, and as
comedians did something no other comic can understand. They met
every week for close to five years for a 4 hour writing and eating
In addition to stand-up, Tom combined his love of cooking with an
amusing way of looking at food, and created Food Rules, an
outrageous, off-the-wall, cable cooking show which was featured on
the Food Network's special “Funniest Food TV” and can currently be
seen in a variety of markets throughout the country.
Over the years, Tom has appeared on a variety of television shows
including ABC's "America's Funniest People". His creation of
Subservient Suzie, America’s first politically incorrect talking
doll, landed him a spot on the show and a $3,000 prize. In 2010, Tom
won “Best Clean Comic” at the Eagle Rock Comedy Festival.
In addition to stand up comedy, Tom also hosts live events and has
appeared in a variety of television commercials and is a frequent
guest on radio and television programs throughout the U.S.
You can visit Tom at any of these sites below.