|Birth Name:||Tom Mison|
|Net Worth:||$4 million|
Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow Journey span ran from September 2013 and March 2017. His short film The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers won first place at the 2010 RI International Horror Film Festival in Providence, RI.
Graduated from the Webber-Douglas Academy is well known for his remarkable theatre roles in the plays like When the Rain Stop Falling by Andrew Bovell at Almeida Theatre. His other plays Posh by Laura Wade at the Royal Court Theatre and Wood, Bounded and The Life Man of Portland Mews written by him. Tom gets his small screen roles in episodes of The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Lost in Austin and Parade’s End in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2012.
Thomas James Mison was born on 23 July 1982 and grew up in Woking, Surrey a part of London commuter belt. His expertise in acting is obvious through his learning from Hurtwood House College with a specialization in drama and music. Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow star became a meticulous actor with a training from Webber-Douglas Academy. And enthusiastic with his Sir John Gielgud Trust Award wins from 2001 to 2004. Speech Coach’s emphasis for period pieces and his collaboration with Rupert Friend an actor and writer. It results in a creation of short film The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers in 2009.
Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow star as pupil participated in the American Conservatory Theatre’s Young Conservatory program. He was the part of play Time on Fire created by Timothy Mason revolving on the American Revolution. The play performances were at London’s National Theatre and San Fransisco’s Magic Theatre. The play was an American love story of British soldier hidden by his love played by Tom and Caitlin Talbot.
Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow image as Ichabod Crane is a result of his background of Theatre. The strong life span of Tom Mison at Theatre ran from 2004 to 2012. During the period Tom got consistent theatre role. The series of appearances includes Fortinbras in a Trevor Nunn-directed production of Hamlet in 2004, Frederick in the simple8 theatre company’s adaptation of Les Enfants du Paradis in 2006. Simple8 production,”The Unknown Soldier” again in 2008 and as Gabriel in Andrew Bovell’s When the Rain Stops Falling, are also among his performances.
In the period the present Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow star gets positive comments by Evening Standard and the Guardian. To quote Evening Standard “memorable…….this is an actor we’ll be hearing of again.” and The Guardian quotes “Glowing.” for the play Les Enfants du Paradis.
The next two years Tom plays James Leighton in Laura Wade’s Posh in 2010 and Prince Hal in Henry IV parts 1&2 in 2011 played at Royal Court Theatre, Duke of York’s Theatre and Theatre Royal, Bath.
Tom Mison at the same time wrote the UK stage monologues including Wood, Bounded, and The Life Man of Portland Mews.
Tom Mison career in film began from small role appearances like in Mysterious Island, Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets; and the Peter O’Toole Vehicle Venus in the period of 2005 and 2008.
In fact, major recognition for Tom Mison came from short film The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers in collaboration with Rupert Friend. Rupert Friend was a fellow graduate of Webber-Douglas Academy of Tom Mison. The movie in 2009 was a plot of two brothers attempting to kill their self at the same time every day. The roles of two brothers are played by Rupert and Tom while Keira Knightley plays the fairy. The Fashion designers Poltock & Walsh screens the film. The short film wins the first prize for best short comedy.
The film is then screen at various film festivals in 2010. Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow star appears in many other films between 2011 and 2013. A film adaptation of David Nicholis novel One Day. And short film Steve, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, Jadoo and Dead Cat are among them. The film Dead Cat won the British Lion Award at the British Independent Film Festival for a film with a low budget in 2013.
Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow star’s small screen career began from British television productions from 2006 to 2012. Ben Sixsmith in The Amazing Mrs Pritchard for six episodes on BBC One in 2006 is a remarkable entry. The series was later aired on Masterpiece Theatre on PBS in 2007. Again in 2007, Tom plays Daniel in the premiere episode of Secret Diary of a Call Girl on ITV2. The series premieres on Showtime in the US in 2008.
In a marvellous adaptation of Pride and Prejudice in 2008, Tom plays Mr Bingley in Lost in Austin. The critical reception of the series revolving around modern-day woman transported to the world of Pride and Prejudice was notable. The two year of Tom Mison then, blossoms with Agatha Christie’s Poirot, Third Girl, Lewis and New Tricks.
Tom appears in five Emmy Awards nominee series Parade’s End aired in 2012 on BBC Two and in 2013 on HBO. Tom Mison Sleepy Hollow journey as a cast began in 2013 with the main role of Ichabod Crane. The show becomes hit in the Fox from the beginning season and with best critical reviews. The show with its renewal for four seasons ends the fifth season without renewal.
Tom Mison after long term Affairs marries Charlotte Coy in 2014 June. Tom Mison has a net worth of $4 million from his career as writer, actor and voice artist.