From stand-up he came, and to stand-up Tom Arnold has returned. With a long (very long) list of movie roles under his belt, Arnold still retains a modicum of humor about his Hollywood career: A quote from his website describes him pithily as "The star of more than one hundred movies, and three good ones." Personal preference might disagree on which movies constitute his "good ones," but he is most well-known for his roles in a glut of recent B-movies, as well as notable performances in the 90's, like "Nine Months"(1995), and "True Lies" (1994) with Arnold Schwarzenegger. He also hosted Fox Network's "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" for a span of four years. Tom's stand-up routines draw from his Midwestern small-town roots, his own marital difficulties, and anecdotal histories of his long stint in Hollywood.