Comedian Tom Segura is into just about everything—standup, writing, acting, and he especially loves doing podcasts. Maybe that’s why he and his wife, fellow comedienne, Christina Pazsitzky, have created multiple successful podcasts together—and their chemistry is off the charts, making them a fan-favorite for listeners.
Christina Harbors Her Own Fame
Christina is arguably just as, if not more, on the fame radar for comedy than her husband. The first-generation Hungarian immigrant has hopped all over Canada and California, hosting top reality shows, making big guest appearances, leading her own popular podcast about motherhood, and even has 2 giant Netflix specials under her belt. She’s done USO tours, and even joined up with her husband during certain comedy events. Between the two of them, Christina and Tom are never without a sold-out stadium on their individual tours, and it’s safe to say they both make a pretty great living doing something they love and are naturals at.
A Romance Made in Stand-Up
Christina and Tom actually met way back in the early 2000’s as smaller-time comedians just starting their fame circuit in the local California stand-up clubs. The 2 had their own brands of comedy that just clicked together perfectly, and in 2008, they decided to get hitched. Now, over a decade later and counting, Christina and Tom not only work super well together in every career endeavor they take on, but they also tackle parenthood with their 2 kids with that same great chemistry.
The Least (and Best) Private Couple
Unlike so many other celebrity pairings, Christina and Tom are avid social media—and just social everywhere in general—posters. From marketing their business and comedy ventures to showing what life is like behind the curtain, neither Christina or Tom shy away from airing out pretty much all of their lives for fans to see. And this doesn’t just apply to Instagram and Twitter. The happy couple have no limits when it comes to what they’ll talk about on their respective podcasts, and what they use for successful bits in their comedy stand-up routines.