Tom Booker

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Tom Booker

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Primary Theater The Institution Theater
Years Active 2008-Present

Tom Booker is an improv performer and director. He co-runs The Institution Theater.


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Tom Booker has studied improvisation and sketch at The Second City Training Center and with legendary improv guru Del Close at Chicago's ImprovOlympic. He is a founding member of Chicago's Annoyance Theatre and has been a director and instructor at The Second City Training Center in Los Angeles.

Tom co-wrote and co-directed (with producing partner Jon Kean) the feature film Kill The Man starring Luke Wilson, which premiered at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival. Through Theatre-A-Go-Go!, the L.A. theater company he founded, Tom wrote and directed "Patty, Patty, BANG! BANG! – The Patty Hearst Musical!" and "Up With Puberty!" (co-written with Whose Line Is It Anyway?'s musical director, Laura Hall), and a stage production of Valley Of The Dolls (which starred Kate Flannery of The Office) at New York's Circle In The Square Theater.

Tom performed in The Annoyance Theatre's Off-Broadway production of "The Real Live Brady Bunch" at the world famous Village Gate Theatre and at the Westwood Playhouse in Los Angeles.

He has appeared in several television shows, a few movies and nearly a hundred commercials.

He's a really nice guy. You should meet him.

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