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Years active
  
2004–present

Spouse
  
Charlotte Coy (m. 2014)

Height
  
1.85 m

Role
  
Film actor

Name
  
Tom Mison


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Full Name
  
Thomas James Mison

Born
  
23 July 1982 (age 41) (
1982-07-23
)
Woking, Surrey, England

Occupation
  
Actor, voice artist, writer

Education
  
Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art

Nominations
  
Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star Male

Movies and TV shows
  
Similar People
  
Nicole Beharie, Charlotte Coy, Orlando Jones, Katia Winter, Lyndie Greenwood

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Thomas James Mison (born 23 July 1982) is an English film, television, and theatre actor, voice artist, and writer. He has had leading and supporting roles in a variety of British theatre, television, and radio productions, as well as independent and mainstream studio films and film shorts. He is best known for his starring role as Ichabod Crane on the Fox series Sleepy Hollow, which ran from September 2013 to March 2017.

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Early life

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Born on 23 July 1982, Mison was raised in Woking, Surrey, part of the London commuter belt. He attended Hurtwood House, a sixth form college which specialises in drama and music. He trained at the Webber-Douglas Academy, where he was awarded the Sir John Gielgud Trust Award, from 2001 to 2004. His speech coach at Webber-Douglas advised him to aim for period pieces. A close friend at Webber-Douglas was Rupert Friend, an actor and writer with whom Mison collaborated to create the short film The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers in 2009.

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In 2001, while still a drama student, Mison participated in the American Conservatory Theater's Young Conservatory program. Mison had a role in Time on Fire, a play about the American Revolution by Timothy Mason, which the Young Conservatory performed at London's National Theater and San Francisco's Magic Theater. Mison played a British soldier hidden and protected by his love interest, played by Caitlin Talbot.

Theatre

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From 2004 to 2012, Mison found steady work in the theatre, appearing as Fortinbras in a Trevor Nunn-directed production of Hamlet at the Old Vic Theatre in 2004; playing Frederick in the simple8 theatre company's adaptation of Les Enfants du Paradis at the Arcola Theatre in 2006 and acting in another simple8 theatre production, The Living Unknown Soldier in 2008; and starring as George Tesman in Hedda at the Gate Theatre in 2008 and as Gabriel in Andrew Bovell's When the Rain Stops Falling at the Almeida Theatre in 2009. The Evening Standard called his turn in Les Enfants du Paradis "memorable" and said "[t]his is an actor we'll be hearing of again." The Guardian called his performance "glowing."

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In 2010, he was cast in British playwright Laura Wade's Posh which ran at the Royal Court Theatre. Mison played James Leighton-Masters, the president of a fictional Oxford dining club called the Riot Club. The Daily Telegraph's Charles Spencer gave it four stars and called Mison "particularly memorable." In 2012, the play was revived in the West End at the Duke of York's Theatre. Mison next played Prince Hal in Henry IV, Part 1 and Henry IV, Part 2 at the Theatre Royal, Bath in 2011.

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Mison has also written several UK stage monologues including Wood, Bounded, and The Life Man of Portland Mews.

Film

From 2005 to 2008, Mison appeared in a number of movies, mainly in small roles. These early film appearances include roles in the Hallmark Channel movie Mysterious Island; the BBC TV movie A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets; and the Peter O'Toole vehicle Venus.

In 2009, Mison and fellow Webber-Douglas Academy graduate Rupert Friend, Mison's roommate at the time, wrote and acted in a film short, The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers. The Brownlee Brothers directed the film, which Mison described as a "Brothers Grimm style fairy tale." The short film is a dark comic fairy tale about two brothers, played by Mison and Friend, who attempt to kill themselves at the same time every day; Keira Knightley plays a fairy. Fashion designers Poltock & Walsh screened the film at an event, leading to media reports that the film was made to promote the designers' fashion line. Mison has said these reports are inaccurate. The short film screened at a number of festivals, including the 2009 BFI London Film Festival; the 2009 New Hampshire Film Festival, where it won Best Short Comedy; the 2010 Cleveland International Film Festival; the 2010 London Short Film Festival; and the 2010 Rhode Island International Horror Film Festival, where it tied for first place for Best Short. In 2012, Mison starred in Friend's directorial debut, Steve, a short film that also starred Knightley and Colin Firth.

In 2011, Mison played Callum in the film adaptation of David Nicholls' novel One Day. One Day starred Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess; Lone Scherfig directed. His most notable film role to date came in 2012 in the romantic comedy Salmon Fishing in the Yemen. Lasse Halstrom directed this film adaptation of Paul Torday's novel, and Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt starred. Mison played Capt. Robert Mayers, the military boyfriend of Emily Blunt's character Harriet. The movie was generally well-received critically and did well at the box office. In the US, it reached the box office top ten, peaking at No. 7. The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports a 67% positive rating among critics, based on 139 reviews.

Mison appeared in two independent British films released in 2013. In Jadoo, written and directed by Amit Gupta, Mison plays Mark, the fiance of the daughter of the two feuding brothers at the heart of the story. Jadoo's world premiere was at the 2013 Berlin film festival, the Berlinale, in a special section on "Culinary Cinema." It was released in the UK in September 2013 and played at over 20 festivals.

Mison also had a supporting role in Dead Cat, a romantic comedy written by Sam Bern and Stefan Georgiou; Georgiou also directed. Mison plays Tim, part of a group of four friends, one of whom has just reconnected with his childhood sweetheart. The four actors playing the friends are friends in real life, and the roles were written for them. Although Dead Cat was filmed in 2009, it was not released until 2013. It was featured in a number of festivals in 2013, including the Cambridge Film Festival in the UK; the Indie Spirit Film Festival in Colorado; the British Independent Film Festival, where it won the British Lion Award for Achievement in Film on a Low Budget; and the Southampton International Film Festival, where it won Best Film of the Festival and Best Feature Film. Mison won Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Performance. Dead Cat also won Best of Show at Indie Fest in July 2013.

Television

Mison appeared in several British television productions from 2006 to 2012. He played Ben Sixsmith in The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard, a six-episode series on BBC One. It was broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre on PBS in 2007. He played Daniel in the premiere episode of Secret Diary of a Call Girl, broadcast on ITV2 in 2007. It premiered in the US on Showtime in 2008.

In 2008 he played Mr. Bingley in Lost in Austen, a fanciful adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. The four-part mini-series, written by Guy Andrews and broadcast on ITV, imagines a modern-day woman who is transported to the world of Pride and Prejudice, her favourite novel. The series was generally well received by critics.

From 2008 to 2010, Mison had roles in three successful British TV series. In 2008, he appeared in season 11 of Agatha Christie's Poirot, the 70-episode television adaptation of Agatha Christie's stories and novels featuring the detective Hercule Poirot. Mison played David Baker, a character described as a "peacock", in "Third Girl." The following year, Mison appeared in Lewis, the ITV-produced detective drama (broadcast as Inspector Lewis on PBS). Mison played Dorian Crane, a young professor and popular fantasy novel writer, in "Allegory of Love", an episode in series 3 broadcast in 2009. In 2010, Mison played Tim Mortimer in "It Smells of Books", an episode of the BBC One series New Tricks.

Mison's next television role was in Parade's End, the pedigreed television adaptation of the Ford Madox Ford novel tetralogy Parade's End. Written by Tom Stoppard and starring Benedict Cumberbatch, the five-part series aired on BBC Two in 2012 and HBO in 2013. Mison played Potty Perowne, erstwhile lover of Sylvia Tietjens, wife of Christopher Tietjens, played by Cumberbatch. The series received good reviews and was nominated for five Emmy awards and five BAFTA awards in 2013.

In early 2013, Mison was cast to play the lead in a new Fox television series, Sleepy Hollow. Mison plays Ichabod Crane, a Revolutionary War soldier killed in battle who re-awakens in 21st century Sleepy Hollow. The show is broadly inspired by Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". The show's co-creators and executive producers are Philip Iscove; Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, co-creators of the Fox TV show Fringe and the writers of the current Star Trek film reboot; and the pilot episode was directed by Len Wiseman, director of Live Free or Die Hard and director of the first two/co-producer of all four Underworld films. Mison co-stars with Nicole Beharie, who plays police lieutenant Abbie Mills. Orci and Kurtzman have said that they originally intended to cast an American actor but were unable to find an actor who could credibly play a Revolutionary era man in the 21st century.

The show was a hit for Fox in its first season, to the surprise of some in the media. Mison received very strong reviews from critics and the media for his portrayal of Crane. In September 2013, the Television Critics Association named Mison most likely to achieve breakout status for the 2013 season. Entertainment Weekly's Darren Franich called him a "constant revelation". Maureen Ryan in the Huffington post said "[Mison] plays Crane's confusion, urgency, anger and bemusement note perfectly."

The show was renewed for a second season after two weeks on the air. In March 2015, Sleepy Hollow was picked up for a third season for 18 episodes. On 13 May 2016 Fox renewed the show for a fourth season which premiered on 6 January 2017. In May 2017, Fox declined to renew the show for a fifth season.

Filmography

Actor
2021
See (TV Series) as
Lord Harlan
- I See You (2022) - Lord Harlan (credit only)
- God Thunder (2022) - Lord Harlan
- The Lowlands (2022) - Lord Harlan
- The House of Enlightenment (2022) - Lord Harlan
- The Storm (2022) - Lord Harlan
- This Land Is Your Land (2022) - Lord Harlan
- Watch Out for Wolves (2022) - Lord Harlan
- Heavy Hangs the Head (2022) - Lord Harlan
- Rock-a-Bye (2021) - Lord Harlan
- The Queen's Speech (2021) - Lord Harlan
- The Truth About Unicorns (2021) - Lord Harlan
- The Dinner Party (2021) - Lord Harlan
- The Witchfinder (2021) - Lord Harlan
- The Compass (2021) - Lord Harlan
- Forever (2021) - Lord Harlan
- Brothers and Sisters (2021) - Lord Harlan
2022
The Ex-Wife (TV Series) as
Jack
- Episode #1.4 (2022) - Jack
- Episode #1.3 (2022) - Jack
- Episode #1.2 (2022) - Jack
- Episode #1.1 (2022) - Jack
2019
Watchmen (TV Mini Series) as
Mr. Phillips / Game Warden
- See How They Fly (2019) - Mr. Phillips
- A God Walks into Abar (2019) - Mr. Phillips / Game Warden
- An Almost Religious Awe (2019) - Mr. Phillips / Game Warden
- Little Fear of Lightning (2019) - Mr. Phillips
- If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own (2019) - Mr. Phillips
- She Was Killed by Space Junk (2019) - Mr. Phillips
- Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship (2019) - Mr. Phillips
- It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice (2019) - Mr. Phillips
2019
Four Weddings and a Funeral (TV Mini Series) as
Quentin
- We Broke (2019) - Quentin
- Hounslow (2019) - Quentin
- Kash with a K (2019) - Quentin
2013
Sleepy Hollow (TV Series) as
Ichabod Crane
- Freedom (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Tomorrow (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- The Way of the Gun (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Insatiable (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Child's Play (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Sick Burn (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Loco Parentis (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Homecoming (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Blood from a Stone (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- The People v. Ichabod Crane (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Heads of State (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- In Plain Sight (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Columbia (2017) - Ichabod Crane
- Ragnarok (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Delaware (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Dawn's Early Light (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Incommunicado (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Into the Wild (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Dark Mirror (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Sins of the Father (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Kindred Spirits (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Incident at Stone Manor (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- One Life (2016) - Ichabod Crane
- Novus Ordo Seclorum (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- The Art of War (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- This Red Lady from Caribee (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Dead Men Tell No Tales (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- The Sisters Mills (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Blood and Fear (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Whispers in the Dark (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- I, Witness (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Tempus Fugit (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Awakening (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- What Lies Beneath (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Spellcaster (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Kali Yuga (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Pittura Infamante (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- Paradise Lost (2015) - Ichabod Crane
- The Akeda (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- Magnum Opus (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- Mama (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- Heartless (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- Deliverance (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- And the Abyss Gazes Back (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- The Weeping Lady (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- Go Where I Send Thee- (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- Root of All Evil (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- The Kindred (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- This Is War (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- Bad Blood (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- The Indispensable Man (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- The Vessel (2014) - Ichabod Crane
- The Golem (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- Sanctuary (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- Necromancer (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- The Midnight Ride (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- The Sin Eater (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- John Doe (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- The Lesser Key of Solomon (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- For the Triumph of Evil (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- Blood Moon (2013) - Ichabod Crane
- Pilot (2013) - Ichabod Crane
2015
Bones (TV Series) as
Ichabod Crane
- The Resurrection in the Remains (2015) - Ichabod Crane
2015
Sleepy Hollow Virtual Reality Experience (Video Game) as
Ichabod Crane
2014
The Riot Club as
Riot Club Founder (uncredited)
2013
Dead Cat as
Tim
2013
Jadoo as
Mark
2012
Zeros (Video short) as
Bubble Man
2012
Parade's End (TV Mini Series) as
Potty Perowne
- Episode #1.5 (2012) - Potty Perowne
- Episode #1.4 (2012) - Potty Perowne
- Episode #1.2 (2012) - Potty Perowne
- Episode #1.1 (2012) - Potty Perowne
2011
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen as
Capt. Robert Mayers
2011
One Day as
Callum
2011
The Creep (Short) as
Creep
2010
Steve (Short) as
Man
2010
New Tricks (TV Series) as
Tim Mortimer
- It Smells of Books (2010) - Tim Mortimer
2009
Slingers (Video short) as
Frank
2009
The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers (Short) as
Barath
2009
Inspector Lewis (TV Series) as
Dorian Crane
- Allegory of Love (2009) - Dorian Crane
2008
Lost in Austen (TV Mini Series) as
Mr Bingley
- Episode #1.4 (2008) - Mr Bingley
- Episode #1.3 (2008) - Mr Bingley
- Episode #1.2 (2008) - Mr Bingley
- Episode #1.1 (2008) - Mr Bingley
2008
Poirot (TV Series) as
David Baker
- Third Girl (2008) - David Baker
2008
Out There (Short) as
Jean-Luc
2007
Secret Diary of a Call Girl (TV Series) as
Daniel
- Episode #1.1 (2007) - Daniel
2006
Heroes and Villains as
Nathan
2006
The Amazing Mrs Pritchard (TV Series) as
Ben Sixsmith
- Episode #1.6 (2006) - Ben Sixsmith
- Episode #1.5 (2006) - Ben Sixsmith
- Episode #1.4 (2006) - Ben Sixsmith
- Episode #1.3 (2006) - Ben Sixsmith
2006
Venus as
Period Film Lover
2006
L'entente cordiale as
Niels
2005
A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets (TV Movie) as
Young Blood
2005
Mysterious Island (TV Movie) as
Blake
Writer
2009
The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers (Short) (screenplay)
Soundtrack
2015
Sleepy Hollow (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Kali Yuga (2015) - (performer: "Proud Mary", "The Lock Hospital" - uncredited)
Self
2021
In Creative Company (Podcast Series) as
Self
- Tom Mison (2021) - Self
- Michele Civettaa (2021) - Self
2014
Today (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 29 October 2014 (2014) - Self
2014
Late Show with David Letterman (TV Series) as
Self
- Taylor Swift/Tom Mison (2014) - Self
2014
Live with Kelly and Mark (TV Series) as
Self
- Christina Ricci/Tom Mison/Dr. Wendy Bazilian (2014) - Self
2013
Fox Fall Preview (TV Special) as
Self
2008
Lost in Austen: Behind the Scenes (TV Movie documentary) as
Self - Mr Bingley
Archive Footage
2014
Entertainment Tonight (TV Series) as
Self - Sleepy Hollow
- Episode dated 4 October 2014 (2014) - Self - Sleepy Hollow
2012
Stars in Shorts as
Man

References

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