New York improviser: Tom  White

Tom White

Tom White is a performer living and working in New York City. On television he has appeared on Madam Secretary, Elementary, The Good Wife, Gossip Girl, and the improvised series I Love You, But I Lied. A classically-trained actor, his stage credits include Off-Broadway's "Bike America" directed by Moritz Von Stuelpnagel and written by Mike Lew as well as Theater Row's "Philosophy for Gangsters.". Regionally, Tom has performed at the Alliance Theater, Portland Stages, and the Cleveland Playhouse. As a performance artist, he helped create Hendricks Gin's improvised happening "Voyage to the Unusual", which toured several major cities in the US. Tom performs regularly as a house team member on "Lloyd Night" at the famous Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. His father once threw a rattlesnake on his chest as a joke.