Tom Rollins Is An American Comedy Writer, Performer, Singer, Songwriter, And Producer Best Known …

But, before we get too far, let’s recap where he came from. -In 1949, Tom Rollins wrote and


a movie entitled Something’s Gotta Give, which featured Robert Downey Jr., Christopher Walken, John Turturro, and Dorislease Smith. Tom has also worked with such Hollywood heavyweights as Quentin Tarantino and Steve McQueen. The film received mixed reviews, however, with some viewers criticizing its lighthearted sense of humor, and how the characters in the film lose touch with reality after a series of semi-incidences take place.

Tom started out in his acting career in the seventies, which has featured him in such films as Saturday Night Fever, Grease, Blues Clues, Get Smart, and More Time Than This.Recently, Tom has CEO Formula decided to write and produce a book based on his life and career, titled Something’s Gotta Give. In this Tom Rollins book, he will be writing about his years in the entertainment industry, as an actor and political activist, as well as how he decided to go into the writing business and how he moved his political views on his shows into full-on politics when he was a stand up comedian.

Tom started his political career in the late sixties, getting politically active in the Civil Rights and other civil rights movements. He was arrested several times while participating in demonstrations and ultimately spent a year in prison. After his time in prison, Tom was determined to get himself elected to Congress – and he did.

Tom first ran for Congress against Rep. Heinger lost the race, but then went on to win the seat. He was re-elected three consecutive times before losing his last election to Jim Casey in November of 1998. Tom was then challenged by Democratic nominee John Lewis in the 1999 elections. Tom won by a slim margin, but then lost the House seat to Lewis once again.

After leaving Congress, Tom headed to Los Angeles to become an executive producer for The Fresh Air. Heinger is also now a contributing writer for several publications, including People and Salon. If you’re interested in political humor, Tom Heininger’s comedy CD titled Letting Go may be the right choice for you. Tom also has a number of one-man specials that have been produced for both Public Relations and advertising agencies.

Although Tom has not held political office before, he says that it was a blessing in disguise. Heininger believes that if people are passionate about something, they can do it – even if they are not particularly talented. Tom Heininger has proven that it is very possible to get into politics – as long as you are a Tom Heininger