Tom Goodman-Hill Biography
Birthday: May 21, 1968 (Gemini)
Born In: London, England
Tom Goodman-Hill is an actor from England who is widely known for his extensive film, television, radio, and stage works. A London native, he worked as a teacher before becoming a professional actor. He grew up in Newcastle, where he often performed in amateur productions at the People's Theatre. After obtaining a BA in drama and English with a teaching qualification from the University of Warwick, he served as a supply teacher in Coventry before relocating to London to become an actor. Goodman-Hill started his career on stage before making his screen debut in an uncredited role in an episode of the TV series ‘Coasting’ in 1990. His first cinematic appearance came in the 1996 historical period drama film ‘In Love and War’. In his nearly three-decade-long acting career, he has accumulated over a hundred film and TV credits. He has voiced several characters on various radio productions and continues to perform on stage. In 2007, Goodman-Hill was nominated for a Laurence Olivier Award for the Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical for his outing as Sir Lancelot in the London production of ‘SPAMalot’.