• 1970 November 08
    (b.) - ?


He co-founded the social networking website MySpace in 2003 with Chris DeWolfe.[4] Anderson was previously president of MySpace, and is now a strategic adviser for the company. Because newly created MySpace accounts previously included Tom as a default "friend," he has become known as the default picture of MySpace. As of February 2010, Tom's profile has over 12 million friends.[1] In 2003, working for eUniverse under the purview of Brad Greenspan, he and a few other eUniverse employees set up the first pages of MySpace, and the site grew from there.[citation needed] It is currently one of the most popular social networking websites in the United States (listing consistently among the top ten on Alexa Top 500 Global Sites, after its main competitor, Facebook).[5] He briefly appeared in the 2009 American drama-comedy Funny People starring Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and Leslie Mann.[6] American Idol Finalist, Scott MacIntyre, wrote a song called "I'll Take Tom" on his debut album "Heartstrings". The song is written about a MySpace relationship.
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    1970 November 08
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    Founder, MySpace
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