Tom Goodman-Hill trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
For Headlong: The Effect, ENRON, and Earthquakes in London.
Other theatre includes: Tartuffe (National); Bartholomew Fair, Talk of the City and The Two Gentlemen of Verona (RSC); Darker Shores (Hampstead); The Cosmonaut’s Last Message… (Donmar); A Doll’s House (Birmingham Rep); The Danny Crowe Show (Bush); The Dispute and The Critic (Royal Exchange, Manchester); The Seagull and Henry IV (English Touring Theatre); The Wolves (Paines Plough); Partridge (Baron’s Court); Death and the Maiden, Pete ’n’ Dud: Come Again, Monty Python’s Spamalot (Olivier Award nominee for Best Supporting Performer in a Musical) and An Inspector Calls (West End).
TV includes: Mr Selfridge, Dead Boss, Call the Midwife, Black Mirror, Spy, Doc Martin, Ideal, Case Histories, Case Sensitive, Waking the Dead, Candy Cabs, Foyle’s War, George Gently, Free Agents, Moses Jones, Hustle, Fear of Fanny, The Omid Djalili Show, The Devil’s Whore, Gideon’s Daughter, Doctor Who, Lewis, Midsomer Murders, Tynan: In Praise of Hardcore, Ideal, Never Better, Perfect Day, Broken News, Murder in Suburbia, Spoons, The Genius of Beethoven, Uncle Max, Fungus the Bogeyman, The Worst Week of My Life, PD James’ Death in Holy Orders, Spooks, The Office, Breeze Block, Heartbeat, Murder in Mind, The Lost World, Border Café, Catherine Cookson’s A Dinner of Herbs, Jonathan Creek and People Like Us.
Film includes: Richard II, The Essence of Vision, 7 Lives, Chalet Girl, Glorious 39, Hippie Hippie Shake, Miss Austen Regrets, My Family and Other Animals, Festival, Fat Slags, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The One and Only, Charlotte Gray, Sunday and In Love and War.
Radio includes: Money, A Thousand Kisses, I, Claudius, An Equal Stillness, Muggsborough, Self Storage, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, The Gospels, Doctor Zhivago, Hut 33, Another Case of Milton Jones, Middlemarch, The Diary of Adam and Eve, Coma, The Pigeon – Book at Bedtime, The House of Milton Jones, Wuthering Heights, Anna Karenina, The Bridge of San Luis Rey and Book of the Week: A Foreign Field.