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Thomas Armbruster

Thomas Armbruster is an actor, known for Man on the Moon (1999) and The Angry Beavers (1997). See full bio »
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Man on the Moon
Man on the Moon Improv Piano Player
The Angry Beavers


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 1999-2001 The Angry Beavers (TV Series)
- Beavemaster/Deck Poops (2001) ... Singer (voice)
- Damnesia/The Posei-Dam Adventure (2001) ... Singer (voice, as Tom Armbruster)
- Chocolate Up to Experience/Three Dag Nite! (2000) ... Singer (voice, as Tom Armbruster)
- Strange Allure/Partying Is Such Sweet Sorrow (2000) ... Singer (voice, as Tom Armbruster)
- Slap Happy/Home Loners (2000) ... Singer (voice, as Tom Armbruster)
 1999 Man on the Moon
Improv Piano Player
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 2006 Delirious (writer: "A Bit of Bubbly" - as Tom Armbruster)
 1999 Man on the Moon (performer: "Route 69" (1999) - as Tom Armbruster)
 1991-1993 The Ren & Stimpy Show (TV Series) (writer - 3 episodes)
- Ren's Pecs/An Abe Divided (1993) ... (writer: "Ren's Pecs")
- Sven Hoek (1992) ... (writer: "Don't Whiz on the Electric Fence")
- Space Madness/The Boy Who Cried Rat! (1991) ... (writer: "Space Madness")

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