Tom Green who made a name for himself on his MTV hit show "The Tom Green Show," returned to his talk show roots with "Tom Green Live!" Not bound by FCC regulations or television executives, this cutting-edge, one-hour talk show breaks the traditional mold and puts Green one-on-one with Hollywood's most well-known and accomplished entertainers. Most known for his roles in the feature films "Freddy Got Fingered," "Charlie's Angels," "Stealing Harvard" and "Road Trip," Green has continued writing, producing and directing numerous film projects. Currently in post-production, Green is also editing "Prankstar," a film in which he wrote, directed and starred. Green continues to star in and produce television projects.
In 2001, Green wrote, directed and starred in "The Tom Green Cancer Special," which focused on his battle with testicular cancer and the importance of health education. In 2005, Green also added bestselling author to his long professional repertoire. In his autobiography "Hollywood Causes Cancer: The Tom Green Story," Green details his professional and personal life. Green opens up about his humble upbringing in Ottawa, his beginnings in comedy, and his transition into television and films. Green will be playing for the charity, "Butch Walts and Donald Skinner Urologic Cancer Research Foundation."
Tom's charity is the Butch Walts and Donald Skinner Urologic Cancer Research Foundation
PERSONAL CONNECTION: Tom is playing for the Butch Walts and Donald Skinner Urologic Cancer Research Foundation, because he credits Dr. Skinner with saving his life. When Tom was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2000, he was treated by Dr. Skinner. Tom is passionate about this charity, and believes that research, early diagnosis, and treatment are the keys to saving lives.