Actor Eric Bogosian studied Tom's radio style as research for his role in Talk Radio.
Avid hockey and Los Angeles kings fan.
Refuses to marry again due to his failed four marriages.
NewsMax.com Magazine's "Top 25 Talk Radio Host" list selected Leykis as the twenty-fifth most influential host in the nation.
Leykis was the host of "Boys Night Out," a live comedy stage show that took place at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles and the Paramount Theater in Seattle. The line-up of male comedians included Bobby Slayton. The shows were for men only and men were strongly discouraged from bringing girlfriends, wives or any other females.
Leykis served as the co-host of "Poker Royale: Battle of the Sexes" on GSN, formerly the Game Show Network.
In the late 1990s, Leykis would occasionally merge his radio show with the equally outspoken James Whale Show from the United Kingdom, which aired in the same time slot, resulting in a single simulcast show co-hosted by Leykis and Whale via a satellite link between the two studios. In these cases, Leykis and Whale would alternate equally between American and British callers.
Avid hockey fan and a Los Angeles Kings season ticket holder.
Was married to award-winning Los Angeles news reporter journalist Christina Gonzalez
Frequently warns male callers to stay away from single mothers.
Though women often call up to challenge his points of view, he usually breaks down their arguments to the point where they come to agree with him.
Is a shock jock radio talk show host.
Does a special segment on his radio show called "Leykis 101" where he gives men advice about women.
Has been married four times.
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