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|Thomas Charles Fulp|
April 30, 1978 |
|Alma mater||Pennridge School District
|Occupation||Founder, Webmaster, and Administrator of Newgrounds, Video game programmer, and co-owner of The Behemoth.|
Thomas Charles "Tom" Fulp (born April 30, 1978) is the co-owner of video game company The Behemoth, and the creator and administrator of Newgrounds, a popular website for sharing Flash files. He co-created the Flash game Alien Hominid, which was later ported to consoles, and the console games Castle Crashers and BattleBlock Theater.
Fulp was born and raised in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, and attended Pennridge High School, where he graduated in 1996. It was also during this time that he got into making flash animations and made short films for his class. He later attended Drexel University, in Philadelphia, where during his freshman year he got interested in rave parties and became a DJ for a short span of time.
Tom's older brother, Wade Fulp, is in charge of user administration on Newgrounds. Tom married his wife April on May 12, 2007. She gave birth to a son named Liam on March 25, 2009, and another son, Seth, in July 2011.
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