Actor, comedian, producer, entrepreneur-Thomas Miles, aka "Nephew Tommy"-- has built a career that encompasses all of these, and more. From radio, television and film to the launch of several business ventures, he's making his mark in the world of entertainment.
Tommy's role as co-host of the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show puts him in front of a live audience of over 7 million listeners. Each morning he lights up the show with his cast of colorful characters and zany humor. His prank phone calls, which are a fan favorite, have been compiled to create a top-selling CD. Volume IV releases in November 2010.
Tommy has built a loyal following as a comedian. For three years he served as the opening act for the late Luther Vandross. Experiences such as this helped to prepare Tommy for other great audience wowing performances like his recent hosting of the 2010 Essence Music Festival. In October 2010 Tommy recorded his one-hour comedy special in the famed Motor City Casino in Detroit, Michigan. Currently, Tommy continues to keep 'em laughing as he tours nationally in his sold-out stand-up comedy shows.
Though he enjoys a successful career as an entertainer, Tommy has also set his sights on the creation of a broader empire. Morning Show listeners often hear Nephew Tommy refer to his affinity f or curvaceous women, and with an eye on designing clothes to make plus-size women feel sexy, comfortable, and confident, he launched a fashion line called Big Luv Denim catering exclusively to full figured women. Big Luv Denim will hit stores in the spring of 2011.
But at the center of Thomas Miles' body of entertainment works and business ventures beats the heart of a gifted thespian. With years of experience starring in over a dozen stage plays and independent films, earning a Theater Arts degree, and working with the Royal Shakespeare Company of London, Tommy has honed his craft as an actor on both stage and screen. He is currently at work on material for an original stage play, and he executive produced and starred in a pilot for the sketch comedy show, Alley Cats. In 2010, Tommy appeared in movie theaters across the country in the feature film N-Secure and co-starred in the one-hour spec pilot Boulevard West.
Whether it is for television, stage, big screen, stores or radio, "Nephew" Thomas Miles continues to demonstrate his remarkable talent and exquisite taste to the delight and pleasure of audiences worldwide.