Tommy Gimler
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Tommy Gimler


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"Thank You Tommy Gimler!"

Dear Tommy,

On behalf of Marywood University, I would like to thank you once again for performing at our school on Wednesday, November 7th, 2007. The students enjoyed your visit to campus and responded well to your performance. We look forward to working with you again in the future.

Best of luck to you on all your journeys. Hearing your performance I can honestly say you were the most entertaining comedian we had featured here all semester. Great things are in store for you as you just have that air of confidence and determination about you. I wish you all the best of luck, and continue to make people laugh with all your funny songs. The world needs more laughter, especially laughs from "Mustache Ride," which was the favorite overall song by the audience that night. People were singing it to me across campus the next day!

Best of luck sincerely,

Ian Reynolds
Student Activities Crew
Marywood University - Marywood University


Not a Good Start - 2004
Short Bus - 2005
An Album For Mom - 2008
Songs To Complain About - 2009

Currently, 25 songs can be heard on Sirius Satellite Radio on the comedy channels. To hear songs right now, visit



Tommy Gimler’s embarrassing story began on March 17, 1978 in Milwaukee, WI. He weighed over nine pounds at birth, and he weighed in at a whopping twenty-one pounds at the age of six months.

Throughout his childhood, Tommy was constantly the victim of very comical situations; well at least through the eyes of the onlooker. At the age of six, Tommy “wet” the bed and soaked the baseball cards that he decided to sleep with that night.

At the age of eleven, Tommy “wet” the bed again for the eighth consecutive year, a Gimler record to this day. At the age of thirteen, he was rejected by the first girl he asked out. Also, he was the only kid in the eighth grade still tight-rolling his pants.

High school was extremely fun for Tommy. He attended the prestigious Mukwonago High School in Wisconsin, and he had dental braces put on his freshman year. At a Friday night dance, he asked a girl to dance. After wiping the food off her face that Tommy had just spit on her, she replied, “No.”

Tommy graduated the “Harvard of the Midwest” (University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point) in December of 2000 with a 3.3 grade-point average, four “alcohol awareness” certificates, and one catheter experience he would rather forget.

Tommy has been a promotional assistant for several Milwaukee area radio stations, an on-air talent for several radio stations, and an emcee for several marketing companies with clients ranging from Animal Planet to America Online.

In July of 2004, Tommy released his first full-length album 'Not a Good Start' to critical acclaim. According to Thom White of The Citizine, Tommy “touches on the essentials in life, but in a ridiculous, silly manner.”

In April of 2005, Tommy released his second album entitled 'Short Bus.' Again, Tommy continues to touch on the sides of life that few dare to mention: Levitra, the short bus, working girls, and truckers.

In January of 2008, Tommy released 'An Album For Mom,' a 21-track collection of new releases poking fun at techno music, video games, mustaches, and myspace, to which he released a music video for the previous year. In the first year, the video has over 750,000 hits on the internet.

2007 and 2008 have been amazing years for Tommy. Comedy fans nationwide can now hear Tommy’s songs on Sirius Radio where he has 25 different songs in rotation. He released his second music video for his “Mustache” song. In the first six months, the video has been viewed over 50,000 times.

Additionally, Tommy has begun performing at colleges across the country. Ian Reynolds of Marywood University wrote, "Tommy was the most entertaining comedian to play that semester at Marywood University."

Tommy performs at colleges, comedy clubs, and bars nationwide, but he usually can be seen in the Los Angeles area. He has performed at The Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, and The Improv in Los Angeles as well as Jokerz Comedy Club in Milwaukee and Crackers Comedy Club in Indianapolis. Visit or for more information.