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Tom graduated with a degree in Drama Studies at the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin and continued his training at RADA. Theatre credits include The Quare Fellow directed by Kathy Burke (Oxford Stage Company), Translations directed by Sean Holmes (National Theatre, London), The Field directed by Roisin McBrinn (Tricyle Theatre) This Lime Tree Bower directed by Yael Shavit (Young Vic). Tom appeared at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin as Christy Mahon in The Playboy of the Western World which also toured North America. Tom appeared as Lyngstrand in Ibsen’s The Lady From The Sea directed by Lucy Bailey at Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Tom appeared as Joseph Surface in The School for Scandal, directed by Jimmy Fay at the Abbey Theatre, as Len in Edward Bond’s Saved directed by Jimmy Fay in the Peacock Theatre and as the Dauphin in Henry V directed by Jonathan Munby at the Manchester Royal Exchange for which he was nominated for an Ian Charleston Award. Films include The Tigers Tail opposite Brendan Gleeson directed by John Boorman and Tom appeared as Robert Fowle opposite Maggie Smith, Ann Hathaway and Julie Walters in Becoming Jane directed by Julian Jarrold for Miramax Films. Radio credits include The Leopard directed by Lucy Bailey (BBC Radio 3).
Tom recently appeared as Vassily Vasilyevitch Solyony in David Leveaux’s acclaimed production of Brian Friel’s adaptation of Three Sisters at the Abbey theatre. Tom appeared in the title role of The Resistable Rise of Atruro Ui directed by Jimmy Fay at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin for which he has won the Best Actor Award in the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2009. Tom has since appeared as Bob Acres in Patrick Mason’s hugely popular production of Sheridan’s The Rivals at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin and as Frank Lubey in All My Sons with David Suchet and Zoe Wannamaker directed by Howard Davies. Tom appeared in the leading role of Nidge in the new TV drama Love Hate written by Stuart Carolan and starring Aiden Gillen and Robert Sheehan was nominated for numerous awards in Ireland and is currently airing on STV. Tom most recently appeared in the second season of Love Hate for which he gives a compelling performance earning him Best Supporting Actor in Television at the IFTA Awards. He most recently appeared on stage as Jerry Devine in Juno and The Peacock directed by Howard Davies with Ciaran Hinds and Sinead Cusack for the Abbey Theatre, Dublin and Royal National Theatre, London. Tom recently completed filming on season three of the hit RTE Drama Love Hate which will air in late 2012 and is currently appearing in Howard Brenton’s 55 Days directed by Howard Davies at the Hampstead Theatre, London.
Tom is represented int the UK by Lou Coulson Associates, contact Lou Coulson telephone 0044 207 734 9633