Tommy Futch

I was born to improvise. If I won the lottery tomorrow I’d still do what I do but I’d have more cable channels and nicer shoes. I’d been doing improv for 15 years prior to my association with Dad’s Garage. What I learned in my first year with Dad’s was equal to my previous 15. I sometimes wonder how do you retire from doing improv. At what point do you think I don’t want to have fun anymore with these incredibly talented people.