TOM MARSHALL

TOM MARSHALL by Lucin Marshall
Photo: Lucin Marshall
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CITY ACTORS MANAGEMENT
Oval House, 52-54 Kennington Oval, London SE11 5SW
Phone: 020-7793 9888
E-mail: info@cityactors.co.uk
WWW: www.cityactors.co.uk
Location:Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Weight:13st. (83kg)
Playing Age:60 - 72 years
Appearance:Eastern European, Scandinavian, White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue-Green
Hair Colour:Fair
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Authoritative
Voice Quality:Melodious
  

Credits:

Tom was nominated for an Offie for his role in 'It Is Easy To Be Dead' - which transferred to Trafalgar Studios November 2016 To see scenes from Spooks, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYMyweDN8E4

Stage Television Film Musical Short Film Radio
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Stage
2017, Stage, Peter, Gap Years, Oran Mor Theatre, Glasgow, Steve McNichol
2016, Stage, William, It Is Easy To Be Dead, Finborough Theatre/Trafalgar Studios, Max Key
2015, Stage, Morgenthau, Balakian and Mesrop, I Wish to Die Singing, The Finborough Theatre, Tommo Fowler
2015, Stage, Michael Flaherty, Playboy of the Western World, Folie à Deux Productions - Southwark Playhouse, Polina Kalinina
2014, Stage, Dad/Various, Passing Places, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Richard Baron
2014, Stage, Lord Loam, The Admirable Crichton, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Richard Baron
2014, Stage, Mr Anderson, The Yellow on the Broom, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, John Durnin
2013, Stage, The Marques, The Audition, Bots and Barrals at The Arcola Tent, Sylvia Ayguade
2012, Stage, Sandy, Somersaults, Finborough Theatre, Russell Bolam
2011, Stage, Malvolio, Twelfth Night, Perth/Horsecross Theatre, Rachel O'Riordan
2009, Stage, Dr. Parks, Captain Oates' Left Sock, Finborough Theatre, Russell Bolam
2007, Stage, Cromwell, A Putney Light Shines, St Mary's Church, Tom Marshall
2007, Stage, Aicard/Clerk, Total Eclipse, Menier Chocolate Factory, Paul Miller
2006, Stage, Andreas Vasalius, The Anatomist, Eastern Angles, Ivan Cutting
2005, Stage, Ensemble, Henry IV Parts I & II, National Theatre, Nicholas Hytner
2005, Stage, Vigeland, Pillers of the Community, National Theatre, Marianne Elliot
2004, Stage, Prince Escalus, Romeo And Juliet, E.T.T./Hong Kong Arts Festival, Tim Stark
2004, Stage, Judge Hathorne, The Crucible, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Jonathan Church
2003, Stage, Customer, Edmond, National Theatre, Ed Hall
2003, Stage, Confessor, Tales Of The Vienna Woods, National Theatre, Richard Jones
2001, Stage, Luther, National Theatre, Peter Gill
2000, Stage, Eddie Jackson, Accomplices, National Theatre Studio/Sheffield Crucible, Paul Miller
2000, Stage, Psychiatrist, Passion Play, Comedy, Michael Grandage
1999, Stage, Plenty, Almeida At Albery, Jonathan Kent
1997, Stage, Duke of York, Richard II, Rubicon Theatre, Philip Joseph
1997, Stage, Dr Kroll, Rosmersholm, Southwark Playhouse, Paul Miller
1997, Stage, Leof the Poet, The Wuffings, Eastern Angles, Ivan Cutting
1996, Stage, Vince, Stealing Souls, Red Room Theatre Company, Shabnam Shabazi
1995, Stage, Irish Sergeant/Reginald Marsh, Casement, Moving Theatre, Corin Redgrave
1995, Stage, Claudius, Rozencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, Dramski Theatre Skopje, Zlatko Slavenski
1994, Stage, Andy, Sex, Spangles & Sensible Shoes, Derek Killeen
Television
2015, Television, Hopkinson, The Crown, Left Bank Pictures, Julian Jarrold
2010, Television, Nurbeck Omoshova, Spooks Series 9 Episode 3, Qudos, Michael Caton-Jones
1994, Television, Father, The Biz, BBC Television, David Andrews
1991, Television, Ken Warden, Blind Justice, BBC Television, Rob Walker/M. White
1990, Television, Casualty, BBC Television
1989, Television, D.I. Bill Senior, 1996 (Screen One), BBC Television, Karl Francis
1989, Television, Various, The Bill, Thames Television, Michael Simpson/Terry Green/Simon Cellan Jones
1988, Television, Coke Dealer, Mornin' Sarge, BBC Television, John Kilby/Jamie Rix
1982, Television, Jack Head (lead), Worlds End, BBC Television, Pedr James
1977, Television, Lead, The Thin Edge of the Wedge, BBC Television, John Black
1972, Television, Coronation Street, Granada Television, Claude Whatham
1971, Television, William, Upstairs Downstairs, London Weekend Television, Ray Menmuir
1970, Television, Andre, Crimes of Passion, ATV, Gareth Davies
1969, Television, Ray, Best Pair of Legs in the Business, Yorkshire Television, Chris Hodson
Film
2012, Film, The Old Man, Infinity, Beg Borrow Steal Productions, Kelly Ferguson
1994, Feature Film, Prison Warder, The Feast Of July, Merchant Ivory Productions, Christopher Menaul
1978, Film, Killers Moon, Alan Birkenshaw
1973, Film, Revenge, Sid Hayers
1972, Film, There's a Girl in My Soup, Roy Boulting
1968, Film, Oh What a Lovely War, Richard Attenborough
Musical
2014, Musical, Lachie McFee, Whisky Kisses, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, John Durnin
1969, Musical, Hero, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Lincoln Theatre Royal, Mike Alfreds
1969, Musical, The Novice, Mandrake, Bristol Old Vic/Criterion Theatre, Val May/Ted Caddick
Short Film
2015, Short Film, The Priest, Quiet, Ridea, Joakim Reveman
2014, Short Film, General Sir Charles Munro, A Small Dot on the Western Front, Hurcheon Films, A D Cooper
Radio
2002, Radio, Jacks, Voyages, Promenade Prods/BBC Radio, Sebastian Graham Jones
1999, Radio, Lawrence Fyffe, The Weekend Starts Here, BBC Radio, Paul Miller

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Standard, Cockney, Edinburgh*, English-Standard, Lancashire, London, RP*, Scottish-Standard, Yorkshire
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Bass-Baritone
Performance:Audio Books, Audio Drama, Repertory, Role Play, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Director

Training:

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art

1965-1968