Tom Cullen

Tom Cullen trained at The Welsh College of Music and Drama.

He has most recently been seen starring as Lord Anthony Gillingham in  ’Downton Abbey’ –  a family friend of The Crawley family and love interest for Lady Mary.

Tom has just finished filming ITV1 drama ‘The Trials of Jimmy Rose’ starring Ray Winstone and Amanda Redman.  The 3 part drama about a notorious armed robber Jimmy Rose in which Tom plays Jimmy’s son will TX in 2015.

At the end of last year, Tom shot new psychological thriller Mine in which he stars alongside Armie Hammer.

He also recently finished shooting Michael Caton-Jones’feature film A Hundred Streets alongside Gemma Arterton and Idris Elba. 

Tom will  be seen in Desert Dancer opposite Frieda Pinto and Reece Ritchie. Directed by Richard Raymond the film tells the inspirational true story of Iranian dancer Afshin Ghaffarian, who risked his life for his dream to become a dancer despite a nationwide dancing ban.

He was last seen on the big screen in Oscar-nominated Ruairi Robinson’s Last Days on Mars a sci-fi thriller for Universal Pictures, in which he featured alongside Liev Schreiber and Romola Garai.

Tom has been cast as the lead role in the upcoming feature length drama Henry; directed by Gary Young and produced by Keith Bell the writing and production team behind Harry Brown.

Tom was also seen as a supporting lead role in Channel 4’s World Without End – the sequel to the multi Emmy nominated Pillars of The Earth, directed by Michael Caton-Jones for Tandem and Scott Free Productions.

In 2011 Tom played the lead role in the feature film Weekend, directed by Andrew Haigh, which premiered at the 2011 London Film Festival.  Tom went on to pick up ‘Most Promising Newcomer’ at the British Independent Film Awards, with this role also earning him a nomination for ‘Best Newcomer’ at the LFF.

Weekend made waves over in the US as well, scooping ‘The Audience Award’ at SXSW, ‘Best Film’ & ‘Best Actor’ for Tom at the Nashville Film Festival and ‘The Audience Award’ at Outfest in LA.

Tom played a central character in Charlie Brooker’s acclaimed Black Mirror Trilogy for Channel 4, which aired in December 2011.

Other film and theatre credits include Carnaby Films’ Daddy’s Girl and The Sanger at The Sherman Theatre.

Tom currently resides in London.