Tom Segura & Christina Pazsitzky
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Tom Segura is a comedian originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, though he was raised in too many places to list. His television credits include “Conan,” ABC's "Happy Endings," “Comedy Central Presents” (Half-Hour Special), Showtimes’ “Russell Peters Presents,” and Comedy Central's stand up series "MashUp." Segura also co-wrote and starred in the short series, "Cutman" which aired on Comedy Central. When he’s not on tour Tom continues to perform at the top comedy festivals in the world, including Montreal’s “Just For Laughs Comedy Festival,” “The Melbourne International Comedy Festival,” “The Comedy Festival - Las Vegas,” “The South Beach Comedy Festival,” and “The Global Comedy Festival in Vancouver.” Tom also regularly appears on syndicated radio shows and some of the most downloaded podcasts such as The Joe Rogan Experience. Additionally, his noted podcast, “Your Mom’s House” can be heard weekly at YourMomsHousePodcast.com as well as iTunes. Tom recently released his second hour-long stand up album, White Girls With Cornrows which can be found at TomSegura.com and anywhere on the web where music is sold.
Christina Pazsitzky (pronounced Puh-shit-ski) is a Stand-Up Comedian, Writer and Los Angeles native who spent her formative years in the food court of the Sherman Oaks Galleria. She’s been a regular Round Table guest and Writer on the E! show Chelsea Lately and is a series regular on Tru TV’s World’s Dumbest. Christina headlines clubs around the country and has entertained our troops in the Middle East, Africa and South Korea.
A long-time veteran of television, she’s also been featured on the E! Channel’s Wildest TV Moments. She hosted the FX series Hitchhiker Chronicles and was a cast member on MTV’s Road Rules Australia. She was a regional finalist on Season 6 and 7 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and is a featured Comedian on Animal Planet’s The A List. Christina has lent her voice and written on various animated television series, like Trolls and Dr. Doolittle and in the feature film TV: The Movie with the boys from Jackass. She received the “Up and Coming Writer” Award from Animation Magazine for her writing work. Most recently she was a Contributing Writer on the feature film Underground Comedy Movie.
You can hear her on the weekly podcast “Your Mom’s House”, downloadable on iTunes. Before becoming a Comedian, Christina studied Philosophy at Oxford University and attended Law School for two entire weeks.