Thomas trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.
Thomas was previously at TBTL in 2016 playing Tony Wendice in Dial M for Murder, Carnoustie in Watch It, Sailor!, and Faulkland in The Rivals. Other theatre includes: Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Storyhouse, Chester); Elton John’s Glasses (Watford Palace Theatre); A Christmas Carol, Snow White and Other Tales from The Brothers Grimm, Treasure Island, The Wind in the Willows (Creation Theatre); The Merry Wives of Windsor, Romeo and Juliet, The Wind in The Willows, Macbeth and The Comedy of Errors (Chester Performs); Twelfth Night: A Gender Experiment (The Rose Playhouse); The White Carnation (The Finborough/ Jermyn Street Theatre); Roots
(Nottingham Playhouse/Hull Truck/ Stoke New Vic); The Winter’s Tale, The Rivals, The Grapes of Wrath, Arsenic and Old Lace (all for The Mercury Theatre Colchester’s acting company); The Mousetrap (Asia Tour and West End); Dad’s Army: The Lost Episodes and Dad’s Army Marches On (UK No. 1 Tours).
Theo Fraser Steele
Trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Theatre includes: Doctor Faustus, Don Quixote, The Alchemist (Royal Shakespeare Company); Woman in Mind (Salisbury Playhouse); Bloody Sunday, Guantanamo (Tricycle/West End); The Drowned World, Outside Now, The Moment is a Gift (Paines Plough/Traverse/The Bush/Prada Milan); The Importance of Being Earnest (Australian Tour/West End); Skylight (National Theatre/West End); The Shallow End (Royal Court/West End); A Week with Tony (Finborough); Amphitryon (Gate); Tamburlaine the Great (Royal Shakespeare Company).
Television includes: Victoria, The Thick of It, My Family, Keen Eddie, Genie in the House, Hex, Close and True, Shockers: The Visitor, The Prince of Hearts, Casualty.
Film includes: The Golden Compass, Mad About Mambo, A Christmas Carol, Before You Go, Mrs Brown. Radio includes: The Corrupted, Number 10, A Small Town Murder, The Prince, Lady Susan, Two Minutes Hate, Romeo and Juliet, Antoine and Dougie, The Greengage Summer (all BBC Radio 4).
Theatre includes: The Hartlepool Monkey (Fuel Theatre); Down The Dock Road (Royal Court, Liverpool); Playing For Time (Sheffield Crucible); The Comedy of Errors, Seeing the Lights, The Winterling, A Doll’s House, Dry Rot, Great Expectations (Theatre by the Lake); Travels With My Aunt (Northampton); Donkey’s Years, The Lady in the Van(Salisbury Playhouse); Remember This, Machinal, Ice (National Theatre); Salome, Hamlet, Frankenstein, Macbeth, Richard III, The Crucible, The Trials of Oscar Wilde (Glasgow Citizens); Inconceivable (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Waiting For Godot, The Critic, The Dispute (Royal Exchange); The Importance of Being Earnest, The Winter’s Tale, Twelfth Night, The Wizard of Oz (Duke’s Lancaster); Calamity Jane, The Rocky Horror Show (Leicester); Dr Faustus (Contact, Manchester); Measure for Measure (Chester); That Time Catastrophe (Quiet Theatre).
TV includes: Damned (C4); Breathless (ITV); Coronation Street (ITV); Doctors (BBC); Miranda (BBC); Phoenix Nights (BBC); Holby City (BBC); Daniel in Oktober (ITV); The Way We Live Now (BBC); The Bill (Thames); Scavengers (ITV); The Troma Basement(Bravo); Brookside (C4); Grange Hill (BBC); The Firm (ITV); Fun at the Funeral Parlour (BBC); Harry Harvey in EastEnders.
Film: The Shouting Men and Cheese Makes You Dream.
Radio includes: The Spring Sonata, The Death of Federico Garcia Lorca, Death Comes Staccato, Shirley, Machinal, The Book of Shadows.