Whitmer Thomas is a comedian, actor, and filmmaker from Gulf Shores, Alabama. His special WHITMER THOMAS: THE GOLDEN ONE was released on HBO in February 2020, produced by Bo Burnham, Chris Storer, and A24 — the special was directed by Whit and his writing partner Clay Tatum. Whit and Clay developed their filmmaking skills making shorts for their long-running monthly residency at the Satellite in Silverlake, which has now been taken over by “Whitmer Thomas & Pals” at Largo, featuring some of the biggest names in comedy performing today. Whit and Clay co-produced, voiced, and wrote the ADHD animated series STONE QUACKERS on FXX (now available on Hulu) featuring John C. Reilly. Following the premiere of his special on HBO, SubPop Records released its original music, “Songs From The Golden One”, on their imprint label Hardly Art in stores April 2020. The show has been performed to sold out venues in NYC, LA, Philly, Chicago, Seattle, and Portland. Whitmer’s sophomore album THE OLDER I GET THE FUNNIER I WAS was just released by Hardly Art Records on October 21st. Clay and Whit’s new film titled THE CIVIL DEAD was distributed by Utopia, purchased by Showtime, and available to rent after premiering at the 2022 Slamdance Film Festival. Whit can also be seen as a recurring guest in the Roku comedy series SLIP.