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Tom Cotter at IMPROV ChicagoSchaumburg, IL (May 22, 2017) – May Tom Cotter has taken the comedy scene by storm since finishing as runner-up and becoming the Breakout Star from Season 7’s “America’s Got Talent.” He lost to a dog act, but do not hold that against him; Tom was the first comedian ever to be a finalist on the show and was the highest finishing human being on the show that year. Since then, Tom has been asked back on the show to perform as a special guest star as well as to host their Snapple Viewing Party episode. Tom’s other television credits include “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” his very own special “Comedy Central Presents…Tom Cotter,” multiple appearances on “The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” celebrity host of “Gotham Comedy Live” and as frequent guest panelist on the Fox News Channel program “Red Eye.” And now, Tom has author to his list of credits with the publication of his first book, BAD DAD: A Guide To Pitiful Parenting (Willow Street Press – February 15, 2016). Tom remains a favorite at comedy clubs all the country including: The Improv, Catch a Rising Star, The Gotham Comedy Club and Caroline’s On Broadway just to name a few. Tom has also been featured at The Montreal “Just For Laughs” Comedy Festival, the HBO Aspen Comedy Arts Festival and headlining “America’s Got Talent Live” at The Palazzo Las Vegas. In addition, Tom has performed at over 300 colleges and in a wide variety of venues from Alaska to China. His appeal is truly international as he was summoned to London to tour and perform on British Television, and won The Seattle International Stand-Up Comedy Competition and Boston Comedy Festival as The Boston Herald noted “winning by the largest margin of victory in the history of the event.” Whether it be comedy, voice-overs, or acting Tom Cotter gives it everything he’s got. “If laughter is the best medicine, I yearn to be drugged.” Visit: Watch:

Showtimes: Fri. 8:00PM & 10:15PM / Sat. 7:00PM & 9:15PM / Sun. 7:00PM

Call: 847-240-2001 / Tickets: $22 / Visit:

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