Tom played the father in two shows whose pilots originally appeared as segments on Love, American Style: Happy Days and Wait Till Your Father Gets Home.
Tom appears as Card #4 in DuoCard's Happy Days collection.
Tom received 200 write-in votes the New York's 1960 mayoral election, having appeared in Broadway's Fiorello!.
After Love with a Proper Stranger, Tom got parts in Yours, Mine and Ours, The Secret World of Harry Frigg, and Divorce, American Style.
Tom's first movie role was the role of Anthony in 1963 when he starred with Steve McQueen and Natalie Wood in Love with a Proper Stranger.
As Tom was beginning his acting career, he worked as a hat-checker at a restaurant, and as a doorman for Tavern-on-the-Green.
Tom's initial college pursuit was to become a lawyer.
Tom had a childhood dream to play left field for the Chicago Cubs.
Tom played Herr Schultz in Broadway's Cabaret.
Tom originated the role of Belle's father when Beauty and the Beast played on Broadway.
In their June 20, 2004 issue, TV Guide ranked Tom's character Howard Cunningham as the #9 greatest TV father of all time.
Tom's daughter Amy appeared on two Happy Days episodes: once as a trick-or-treat girl, and once as Amy on the episode Fonzie's Hero.
Tom hosted "General Mills Radio Adventure Theater," a radio show.
Tom has done commercials for Glad Trash Bags, D-Con, and Sonic Drive-Ins.
Tom won a Tony Award for his role as Mayor LaGuardia.
Tom appeared on Broadway, playing the role of New York Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia.
Tom performed with Paul Newman in the Woodstock Opera House.
Tom's stage debut was in Our Town with the Canterbury Players at the Fine Arts Theatre in Chicago.
Tom attended DePaul University.
Tom served in the Navy during World War II.
Tom's parents are Benjamin and Dora Bosley.
Guest starred as a passenger in both the first "Love Boat" TV Movie pilot broadcast in 1976 and in the last "Love Boat" reunion move "Love Boat - A Valentine Voyage" broadcast in 1990.
Tom is the spokeperson for Specialty Merchandise Corporation.