Tom LaBrie, who conceived the late-night advertising program “Night Comfort Theater” on Channel 40 in the 1970s and ’80s, became a television fixture with his longish hair, drooping mustache and ever-mellow persona.
Tom LaBrie, who conceived the late-night advertising program “Night Comfort Theater” on Channel 40 in the 1970s and ’80s, became a television fixture with his longish hair, drooping mustache and ever-mellow persona. Daniel Hunt Bee photo illustration
Tom LaBrie, who conceived the late-night advertising program “Night Comfort Theater” on Channel 40 in the 1970s and ’80s, became a television fixture with his longish hair, drooping mustache and ever-mellow persona. Daniel Hunt Bee photo illustration

Obituary: Tom LaBrie, 67, was famed water bed pitchman

January 01, 2015 5:25 PM

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