Tom trained at RADA.
Theatre: Recent theatre includes HAMLET GLOBE-2-GLOBE WORLD TOUR with Shakespeare’s Globe: a 2 year tour to every country in the world in which Tom played Hamlet, Laertes, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern as well as reprising the role of Horatio (Helen Hayes Outstanding Supporting Actor Nomination 2013); BLUE STOCKINGS and A MIDUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Shakespeare’s Globe); SUMMER & SMOKE (Apollo Theatre); WHEN WE ARE MARRIED (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Liverpool Everyman); Sir Alan Ayckbourn’s HOUSE & GARDEN (Salisbury Playhouse); OLIVER TWIST (Manchester Library Theatre) and BILOXI BLUES (Vanbrugh Theatre).
Tom is also a founding member of the pioneering site specific theatre company PUNCHDRUNK, devising, writing & performing roles in numerous productions including the MC in the award winning MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH; Mercutio in THE FIREBIRD BALL; Oedipus in OEDIPUS REX; Woyzeck in WOYZECK and Yasha in THE CHERRY ORCHARD.
Film: A SUMMER HAMLET (Dusthouse Productions); AGE OF HEROES (Giant Films); Richard Eyre’s STAGE BEAUTY (Lionsgate Films). Short films include CHRIST’S DOG written by Howard Barker; JACK & JILL directed by Ashtar Alkhirsan, ISAAC directed by Jesse Lawrence and THE TRENCH directed by Alex Campbell.
Television: JONATHAN STRANGE & MR NORRELL; SILENT WITNESS IX; DOCTORS; INSPECTOR LINLEY MYSTERIES III; SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED: HAMLET (BBC) and Danny Boyle’s BABYLON (Channel 4).
Radio: A multitude of plays and serials for BBC R3, 4, 5 & World Service. Credits include NIGHT OF THE HUNTER (Sony Award Winner); A CHARLES PARIS MYSTERY: TO SICKEN & SO DIE with Bill Nighy; DIXON OF DOCK GREEN with David Calder; LIKE AN ANGEL with Freddie Jones and MADE IN CHINA with Ken Hom, recorded via live link-up to BBC Vancouver, Canada. Audiobook recordings include THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN BETJEMANN; Erich Maria Remarque’s ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT and Joe Dunthorne’s WILD ABANDON.
Tom has a keen interest in new writing and has had a continued involvement in rehearsed readings and workshops at the R.N.T., Royal Court, Shakespeare’s Globe and RADA.