Cast (Feature Film)
Misc. Crew (Feature Film)
Cast (TV Mini-Series)
Made their debut as a duo of folk singers, with Tom on acoustic guitar and Dick on stand-up bass
Appeared regularly on "The New Steve Allen Show" (ABC)
Released their successful debut album, <i>Live at the Purple Onion</i>
Co-starred with brother, Dick, in the CBS comedy "The Smothers Brothers Show"
Again collaborated with his brother for the controversial CBS variety show "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour"; when the show was abruptly canceled due to issues of censorship, the Brothers filed a successful breach of contract suit against the network
Appeared on the short-lived ABC variety show "Smothers Brothers Summer Show"
Debuted on NBC with the low-rated "The Smothers Brothers Show"
Appeared on Broadway and toured in the play "I Love My Wife"
Re-teamed for the "The Tom and Dick Smothers Brothers Specials" I and II (NBC)
Returned to NBC with the short-lived "Fitz and Bones" an hour-long comedy/drama show about a mis-matched TV news team
Began appearing in a series of commercials for Magnavox
Returned to CBS for a brief but successful run in "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour"
Took part in the CBS special "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour 20th Reunion Show" (aired 21 years after the debut of the series)
Lent (uncredited) singing voice to "Tom and Tom, the Brothers Brothers" a sketch on the FOX comedy show "In Living Color"
Appeared in a rare dramatic role as a crooked Nevada senator in Martin Scorcese's "Casino"
Was the subject of the Bravo documentary "Smothered: The Censorship Struggles of the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour"
Appeared in "The Aristocrats" documentary, produced by comedians Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza