TOM ALLEN

TOM ALLEN by Aemen Sukkar
Photo: Aemen Sukkar
OFF THE KERB PRODUCTIONS LIMITED
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Location:London
Height:5'9" (175cm)
Weight:9st. (57kg)
Playing Age:26 - 40 years
Appearance:White
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Shaved
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Strong

Credits:

Tom is an award winning comedian, actor and writer. He is the winner of the BBC New Comedy Awards and So You Think You're Funny in Edinburgh. As a stand up he has performed at theatres and festivals around the world including Montreal, Melbourne and New York. He has most recently been supporting Sarah Millican on her sold out national tour and the award winning Josie Long.

Television Radio Film Stage Further Credits
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Television
2014, Television, Mr Salon, HodgePodge, Channel 4 / Hoot Comedy, Iona Sweeney
2014, Television, Frank, Bad Robots, Channel 4 / Objective Productions, Ben Spiteri
2013, Television, himself, Genuine Article, itv studios, Chris Curley
2012, Television, Sandwich Harry, Threesome, Comedy Central, Ian Fitzgibbon
2011, Television, HIMSELF, Date me Baby One More TIme, Twenty Twenty/E4
2011, Television, Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, BBC Two, Ben Gosling-Fuller
2011, Television, HIMSELF, E4 Comedy Summit, Lucky Day, Gary Monaghan
2011, Television, HIMSELF, The Review Show, BBC, Greg Sanderson
2011, Television, Space - Comedy chat/panel show pilot, Objective/Channel 4
2010, Television, Himself, The Stephen K Amos Show, BBC, Simon London
2010, Television, Director, Jason Lewis Experience, BBC Three, Al Campbell
2009, Television, Dr Robert, The Cut, BBC, Sarah Walker
2009, Television, Dictionary Corner, TNT Show, Channel 4 / Objective, Lee Huppfield
2008, Television, Himself, Who Is Tom Allen, Zeppotron / E4, Al Campbell
2008, Television, Sound Technician, Rather You Than Me, BBC, John Alexander
2007, Television, Himself, Law of the Playground, Channel 4/Zeppotron, Ben Caudell
2006, Television, Raphie, Sensitive Skin, BBC/Baby Cow, Hugo Blick
2006, Television, Paul, Fear of Fanny, BBC Television, Prod. Ben Evans
2006, Television, Middle Class Man, The Omid Djalili Show, BBC Television, Prod. Alex Walsh-Taylor
2004, Television, Fothergill, Tom Brown's School Days, Company Pictures, David Moore
2003, Television, Harry, Fortysomething, Carlton Television, Nic Phillips
2003, Television, Prince Albert, Being Victoria, BBC Television, Louise Osbourne
Radio
2015, Radio, Himself, Best Behaviour, BBC Radio 4 / Zeppotron, Aled Evans
2012, Radio, Himself, The News Quiz, BBC Radio 4, Victoria Lloyd
2012, Radio, Pip, Bleak Expectations, Series 5, BBC Radio 4, Gareth Edwards
2010, Radio, Charles, Only a Game, BBC Radio 4, Kate McCall
2010, Radio, Pip, Bleak Expectations Series 4, BBC Radio 4, Gareth Edwards
2010, Radio, Himself, The Blame Game, BBC Radio Northern Ireland, Jackie Hamilton
2010, Radio, Guest, Loose Ends, BBC Radio 4
2009, Radio, Pip, Bleak Expectations Series 3, BBC, Gareth Edwards
2009, Radio, Himself, Loose Ends, BBC
2008, Radio, Tom, The Correspondent Series 2, BBC Radio 4, Prod. Victoria Lloyd
2008, Radio, Pip, Bleak Expectations Series 2, BBC Radio 4, Gareth Edwards
2007, Radio, Benjamin Cann, The Wooden Overcoat, BBC, Kate McCall
2007, Radio, Tom, The Correspondent, BBC, Prod. Victoria Lloyd
2006, Radio, Performer, 28 Acts in 28 Minutes, BBC Radio 4
2006, Radio, Narrator, Fabulous Flops 2, BBC Radio 4, Elizabeth Freestone
2006, Radio, Pip, Bleak Expectations, BBC Radio 4, Gareth Edwards
2004, Radio, Narrator, Fabulous Flops, BBC Radio 4, Elizabeth Freestone
Film
2010, Film, Vintner, Tamara Drewe, Ruby Films, Stephen Frears
2005, Feature Film, Tristram Neville, Starter For Ten, Starter Productions / Neal Street Productions, Tom Vaughan
2004, Feature Film, Charles, Colour Me Kubrick, Brian Cook
Stage
2014, Stage, Himself, Life/Style, The Stand, Edinburgh, Mathew Morgan Stevens
2011, Stage, Himself, Tom Allen's Afternoon Tea, Edinburgh Festival, RBM/Gilded Balloon/Universal
2011, Stage, Comedy Rush (60 Acts in 60 Minutes), Shaftesbury Theatre
2010, Stage, Himself, Tom Allen Toughens Up, RBM/Gilded Balloon/Universal
2009, Stage, Himself, Women!, RBM / Gilded Balloon / Universal
2008, Stage, Himself, A Voyage Round My Mother, RBM / Gilded Balloon / Universal / Soho Theatre
2007, Stage, Performer, Tom Allen...And Other Short Stories, Phil McIntyre Entertainment / Universal, John Hoggarth
2006, Stage, Himself, Just For Laughs Festival, Montreal, JFL
2004, Stage, Woland, The Master and Margarita, National Youth Theatre, John Hoggarth
2003, Stage, Pantofle/Phego, The Turk, The Globe Education Centre, James Wallace
2003, Stage, Christopher Morcom, Breaking The Code, Royal Theatre, Northampton, Philip Wilson
2003, Stage, John, The Way of the World, The Company, Wilton's Music Hall, Selina Cadell
2003, Stage, Mr. Gryce, Kes, National Youth Theatre, John Hoggarth
2002, Stage, Dorothy Dot Com, National Youth Theatre, John Hoggarth
2002, Stage, The Reverend, The Arbitrary Adventures of an Accidental Terrorist, National Youth Theatre, John Hoggarth
2002, Stage, Mr. Folair/Mr. Snawley, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, National Youth Theatre, Edward Wilson
Further Credits
2003, Short Film, Watch Over Me, National Youth Theatre, John Hoggarth

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Cockney, London, Northern, RP*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballroom Dancing, Bass (singing), Piano*
Performance:After Dinner Speaker, Audio Books, Comedy, Compere, Stand-up Comic, TV Presenting, Voice Over, Writer/Director - Comedy Fringe
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Running, Swimming

Training:

National Youth Theatre

Tom was the 2005 winner of the SO YOU THINK YOU'RE FUNNY competition. He also won the BBC TALENT NEW COMEDY AWARD for 2006. He returned to the Edinburgh Fringe this August with a half hour set at the Gilded Balloon. Prior to this he performed at the JUST FOR LAUGHS festival in Montreal. He is currently writing The Correspondent for BBC Radio 7 with writer/director John Hoggarth