You don't have to like football to love "The Coach," comedian Tom Whiteley's rasp-voiced, bug-eyed other self. Outfitted in Knute Rockne-era garb, Whiteley scores laugh after laugh with his carefully crafted monologues and high-adrenaline performance. Wildly unique, consistently funny, Whiteley is the special comedian audiences will remember for the rest of their lives.
"The Coach" has been featured on television's ESPN and Good Morning America (ABC).
Tom Whiteley has appeared at many of the nation's best comedy venues such as New York City's famous Dangerfield's, Atlantic City's prestigious Borgata Hotel, Pittsburgh's Funny Bone, Baltimore's Comedy Factory Outlet and Jacksonville's Comedy Zone. He has also performed at Maine's Bates College, New York's St. John's University and Connecticut's Trinity College.
Whiteley has "opened" for comedian Joe Piscipo and the musical group The Drifters ("Save the Last Dance for Me").