Thom Tuck is an actor, writer and comedian. He is in the cast of The Play What I Wrote.
Thom Tuck is an actor, writer and comedian. Theatre includes: Death Of A Salesman (Royal & Derngate); Three Sisters (Southwark Playhouse); Coalition, Brexit (Spontaneity Shop); A Slight Ache (Pleasance); Courtroom Play (Treehouse); Gutted!: A Revenger’s Musical (Assembly Theatre) and an ongoing project performing Scaramouche Jones every decade.
Television work includes: The Crown (Netflix), Fresh Meat (Channel 4); Horrible Histories (CBBC); Babylon (Channel 4); We Are Mongrels (BBC Three) and Drifters (Channel 4). If you have children, they will have likely seen his epoch-defining work in Twirlywoos (Cbeebies).
As a comedian, he was nominated Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe for his show Thom Tuck Goes Straight-To-DVD, which was adapted for BBC Radio and is now, circuitously, out on DVD. His other solo shows are Thom Tuck Flips Out, The Square Root Of Minus One and An August Institution.
Thom is one third of the acclaimed sketch troupe The Penny Dreadfuls who have made two series for Radio 4 and ten audio dramas including adaptations of the Odyssey and Don Quixote. He is also the co-creator and host of The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society.
His philosophy degree is standing him in very good stead in the open job market.