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Paul F. Tompkins
Full name: Paul Francis Tompkins
Birth date: September 12, 1968
Birth place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Occupation: Comedian
Voice actor
Education: Temple University (dropped out)
Spouse(s): Janie Haddad
Website: Website

Paul Francis Tompkins[1] (born September 12, 1968)[2] is a comedian and voice actor for Regular Show. Describing the show, Tompkins states: "That's a crazy show [Regular Show], that show [Regular Show]."[3] He has voiced the Were-Skunk in "Skunked", and other characters, which can be viewed below.

Early life

Paul Francis Tompkins was born on September 12, 1968 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[2] His father was a railway worker, and his mother was a receptionist.[4] He began doing stand-up comedy in 1986, often with comedy partner Rick Roman.[2][5] He attended college at Temple University until deciding to drop out in 1994, moving to Los Angeles.[2] When asked what other jobs he had to supplement his comedy career, Tompkins responded: "When I first moved to Los Angeles [California] I worked at a place that did movie surveys over the phone. It was awful. And I think the company was actually hired by the movie studios as a crude form of advertising. The surveys were merely a stalking horse-- the real goal was to say the names of the movies over and over and over again to get them in people's heads."[6]


He then acted on the HBO show Mr. Show with Bob and David, serving as a staff writer for the second and third seasons. He was nominated for an Emmy Award in 1998 for his writing on the show.[2] He was also nominated for a Writers' Guild of America Award for his work on Real Time with Bill Maher.[2] He has also served as a commentator on VH1's Best Week Ever and has released the comedy albums Impersonal and Freak Wharf.[2][7]

Voice credits

This section may be incomplete

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Personal life

He once dated Tracy Lee Bell.[8] He is now married to Janie Haddad, who voices Margaret on the show.[3]

External links


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