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Tom Scharpling

Tom Scharpling is an American comedian, television writer, producer, music video director, and radio host. He is best known for having hosted the weekly freeform radio call-in comedy program The Best Show on WFMU from 2000 to 2013, and for acting as a writer/executive producer for the TV show Monk. Scharpling was also noted as a writer on Tom Goes to the Mayor and Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!. Beginning in 1999, he released six albums with comedy partner Jon Wurster under the moniker Scharpling & Wurster. As a writer, Scharpling has had work published in GQ, New York Magazine, and Harp. Since 2010, Scharpling has directed music videos for The New Pornographers,[1] Ted Leo, Titus Andronicus, Wild Flag, Aimee Mann, Real Estate, and The Ettes.

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Feb 9, 1969 In New Jersey
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series The Simpsons 1989-12-17
Latest Project:
Movie The George Lucas Talk Show - 'Stu-D2 1138 on the Binary Sunset Sith' Studio 60 Marathon 2020-09-20
Known For
Poster of Steven Universe Future
Poster of Steven Universe: The Movie
Poster of The Newbridge Tourism Board Presents:
Poster of The Simpsons
Movie The George Lucas Talk Show - 'Stu-D2 1138 on the Binary Sunset Sith' Studio 60 Marathon Self (voice) 2020-09-20
Series The George Lucas Talk Show Self 2020-07-12
Movie The George Lucas Talk Show - The Big Alakens Marathon Self 2020-08-16
Movie Steven Universe: The Movie Greg Universe (voice) 2019-09-02
Series Steven Universe Future Greg Universe (voice) 2019-12-07
Movie Ant-Man and the Wasp Burch's SUV Driver 2018-07-04
Movie The Newbridge Tourism Board Presents: "We're Newbridge, We're Comin' To Get Ya!" Unknown 2014-11-03
Movie Sex and Broadcasting Himself 2014-11-15
Movie The Great Heidecker/Scharpling Twitter War Himself 2013-11-26
Movie Marc Maron: Thinky Pain Himself 2013-10-07
Series Steven Universe Greg Universe (voice) 2013-11-04
Movie Fantasia in Best Show Minor Unknown 2010-01-01
Series The Simpsons Paul (voice) 1989-12-17