Tony Wolf is what folks might call a jack of all trades. His resume is extensive
and sweeping. Wolf is the author of 2015’s Serve One, as well as the upcoming Prosperity Equation. He’s also a tried-and-true musician, having produced six CDs and penned over 50 song parodies, including one which broke into the iTunes Top 50. With a degree in counseling, Wolf’s words—whether sung or written—strike at the heart of every generation, across ages and backgrounds.
But where Wolf and his words truly excel is on the stage. As a comedian and speaker, Wolf regularly performs for crowds of more than 10,000. He’s stood under the bright lights of 25 NBA and NHL arenas, at over 100 colleges from the University of Florida to Fresno State and in hundreds of venues across the country. With ease and warmth, Wolf commands the stage and his audience with his relatability, creativity and passion—plus a hearty dose of humor.
Tony has toured with many music acts like Skillet, Michael W. Smith, Newsboys, TobyMac, MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, Andy Mineo, Third Day, Chris Tomlin, Natalie Grant, For King And Country, Unspoken, Audio Adrenaline, DC Talk, Phil Keaggy, Rend Collective, The Afters and David Crowder ... to name a few. Tony has also done comedy shows with the likes of Ryan O'Quinn, Kay Dodd, Bone Hampton, Anita Renfroe and Chonda Pierce.
Wolf’s truest passion lies off the stage, as a tireless voice for children living in poverty. Through his work with Compassion, Wolf has become the number one ranked advocate for child sponsorship. Over the past six years, more than 28,870 children have been rescued from poverty thanks to Wolf’s efforts.
Tony lives in Westfield, Indiana with his wife Laura, three daughters Brooklyn, Katie and Adrienne and son Jude.