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Tim Bedore (born c. 1957) is an American comedian born in Chicago, IL. His parents moved to Stevens Point, Wisconsin when he was a child. He attended Pacelli High School (Wisconsin) in Stevens Point and the Appleton High School-West, where he graduated.

Bedore is best known for his Vague But True comedy segments on PRI's Marketplace and the syndicated Bob & Tom Show . Bedore gained initial fame doing an afternoon drive radio show at KQAK San Francisco.

After working for many years in the Los Angeles area, he recently moved to the Minneapolis-St. Paul area with his wife Karen and daughter Claire where he works from his home. His "Animal Conspiracy" threat continually surfaces in his on-air commentaries wherein an organized conspiracy of animals attack humans. In addition to doing stand up comedy Tim also delivers a slide show called "An Inconvenient Horror-The Animal Conspiracy," in an effort to alert the nation to the true terrorists that face our great nation. Tim is a University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point graduate (cum laude).

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