Tom Sullivan, known to many as an actor, singer, entertainer, author and producer, lives and works by “Sullivan’s Rules.” As a young boy he found himself fenced in his back yard, but he refused to be fenced in by his blindness. “Sullivan’s Rules” were invented by Tom and his father, Porky Sullivan, so that he could play baseball with the neighborhood boys without the benefit of seeing the ball. It became the most popular game on the block. “Sullivan’s Rules” became the rules … [Read More]
• Tom gained national reputation over 5 years as a special correspondent for Good Morning America along with 60 appearances on The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson.
• Tom is 1 of only 35 people who sang the National Anthem at the Super Bowl.
• Tom won the 2004 Books for a Better Life Award for Seeing Lessons: 14 Life Secrets I've Learned Along the Way
• Tom snow skis, shoots mid 80s golf and competes in marathons and triathlons.
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