Tommy Robinetti


Tommy Robinetti Bio

(*)According to Arbitron Radio Market Report



Oct. 1976-Aug.1981: WVOW Logan, West Virginia, On-Air Personality. Wrote and recorded parody spots and recurring features.



Feb. 1979-July 1981: LOGAN BANNER Logan, West Virginia, Sports Writer. Wrote sports stories, covered local sports teams from midget league to college.



Feb. 1979-Oct.1982: WVAF Charleston, West Virginia, Overnight Personality



Nov. 1983-Oct.1985: WBGY Tullahoma, Tennessee, Midday Personality. Wrote and recorded parody songs spots and recuriing features and Hosted a popular live air-show at "Cowboys" that became a regional success for the station.



April 1987-July 1990: WTKX Pensacola, Florida, Overnights, then Morning Personality. * #1 Men 18-34, Featues in the PENSACOLA NEWS JOURNAL Special "Waking Up On The Gulf Coast", March 1989, Orchestrated relief help for victims of Hurricane Hugo that received National Media attention.



Nov. 1990-July 1993: WGCX Mobile, Alabama, Morning Personality. Highest rated morning show in station's history, * In first "Bay Brothers" book, the morning show gained 2 shares 12 plus, 3 shares 25-44 and was #1 Men 18-34, Wrote and recorded parody songs, spots and recurring features, Credited (by then program director Lori Dubose) with gaining station's most exposure ever in the Pensacola, Florida market by numeros remotes and Personal appearances and Most requested personality for live appearances and remotes by sales staff and clients.


April 1994-April 1995: WWRO Pensacola, Florida, Midday Personality * #1 Midday show in Mobile and Pensacola, * #1 men 18-34, Mobile and Pensacola, * #1 Men 25-44, Mobile and Pensacola and * Station's highest rated show out gaining morning show in every catagory.



1994: ZIRCON PRODUCTIONS Mobile, Alabama, NORTH FROM WEST GOES SOUTH. Selected as an extra for a non-speaking role, Held open soft drink condiment for "Frank Burns" on one occasion and Selected for non-speaking role as an escaped convict on another.



1994: INDIAN NATION, Completed, full-length, science fiction, adventure screenplay.



1995: ALICE GOES TO HELL, Completed, full-length, heavy metal musical, written for ALICE COOPER GOES TO HELL, (on Warner Bros. Records).



1996: FOODHANDLER'S, Completed science fiction short story for magazine market.



Sept. 1996: Appears regularly on The Uncharted Zone Television Show in comedy bits, skits and is considered by many as The Funniest Man on The Gulf Coast.




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