Tom Davis Audio Books

Tom Davis Audio Books

Tom Davis (1952–2012) won four Emmy Awards during his twelve seasons as a writer at Saturday Night Live, which included the first five years of the show. He was half the comedy team of Franken and Davis from 1968 until he and Al broke up in 1990. Tom lived alone in the woods in upstate New York until his death.

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