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Thomas Francis Wilson Jr.

(1959-04-15) April 15, 1959 (age 63)
Other namesTom Wilson
Years active1979–present
Caroline Thomas
(m. 1985)
YouTube information
Years active2006–present
Genre Vlog
Subscribers35 thousand [1]
Total views7.7 million [1]

Thomas Francis Wilson Jr. (born April 15, 1959) is an American actor and comedian. He is best known for playing Biff Tannen, Griff Tannen, and Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen in the Back to the Future film trilogy (1985–1990). He also played coach Ben Fredricks in the comedy series Freaks and Geeks (1999–2000) and voices various characters, mainly villains, on the Nickelodeon animated series SpongeBob SquarePants (2001–present).


Early life

Thomas Francis Wilson Jr. was born in Philadelphia on April 15, 1959, and grew up in nearby Wayne. While attending Radnor High School, he was involved in dramatic arts, [2] served as president of the debate team (where his partner was future New York Times columnist David Brooks), played the tuba in the high school band, and was the drum major of the school marching band. He studied international politics at Arizona State University and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. In 1979, he got his first significant stage experience as a comedian. [3]


In 1981, Wilson moved to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career. [3] [4] He shared an apartment with fellow aspiring comedians Andrew Dice Clay and Yakov Smirnoff, and later joked that he "taught them both about America". [5] He had a small role in the second season of NBC's Knight Rider in an episode titled "A Knight In Shining Armor".

Wilson's breakthrough role was as the bully Biff Tannen in the 1985 film Back to the Future . He returned in the sequels Back to the Future Part II and Back to the Future Part III to not only reprise his role as Biff, but to also play Biff's grandson Griff Tannen and great-grandfather Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen. In each Back to the Future film, his character ends up in a pile of manure after trying to kill or hurt Michael J. Fox's character Marty McFly. He reprised his role as Biff and voiced various Tannen relatives in the animated series. Wilson did not reprise his role as Biff in the initial versions of Telltale's Back to the Future: The Game released in 2011, being replaced by Kid Beyond. When the game was ported to the PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in 2015 in commemoration of the original film's 30th anniversary, Wilson returned to provide Biff's voice in these newer versions.

In 1992, he voiced gangster Tony Zucco in Batman: The Animated Series and police detective Matt Bluestone in the animated series Gargoyles .[ citation needed ] He later went to co-star with Mark Hamill in the video game Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger . It was the third chapter in the Wing Commander series, but the first to feature live action and was extremely popular at the time. The character played by Wilson was Major Todd "Maniac" Marshall, a fellow starfighter pilot to Hamill's character. Wilson also starred in the sequels Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom (1995) and Wing Commander: Prophecy (1997) and contributed his voice to the animated series Wing Commander Academy (1996) in the same role. He also guest starred in an episode of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman in 1997.

Wilson played McKinley High School's Coach Ben Fredricks in the 1999–2000 NBC comedy drama Freaks and Geeks . In 1994, Wilson was briefly reunited with his Back to the Future co-star Christopher Lloyd in the film Camp Nowhere .

Wilson has done voice-over work for the Nickelodeon television series SpongeBob SquarePants . He has voiced many villainous characters that are physically strong and menacing, such as Flats the Flounder in the third-season episode "The Bully", The Tattletale Strangler in "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler", and the non-villainous character Reg the Club Bouncer in "No Weenies Allowed". In 2005, he played Coach Phelps in the TV series Zoey 101 . [6]

In 2009, he released his very first stand-up comedy special and second comedy album, Tom Wilson: Bigger Than You. [7]

He hosted a podcast, Big Pop Fun, on the Nerdist Network from 2011 to 2014. The podcast featured Tom sharing stories of his career, as well as informal chats with show business friends including Samm Levine, Blake Clark, Steve Oedekerk and "Weird Al" Yankovic.

Wilson currently maintains a YouTube channel, where he regularly vlogs. As of March 2023, his channel has over 36,100 subscribers. [8]

Personal life

Wilson married Caroline Thomas on July 6, 1985. [9] They have four children, and live in Los Angeles, California. [9]

Wilson is a devout Catholic and released a contemporary Christian album in 2000 called In the Name of the Father. [10] He is also a painter in his spare time, [11] and many of his paintings focus on classic children's toys. In 2006, he was selected to join the California Featured Artist Series at Disneyland. [12]

With the rise in popularity of the Back to the Future series, many people began to ask Wilson questions about his experiences making the films. He found the repetitive nature of the questions to be both hilarious and frustrating, and wrote a song about them titled "Biff's Question Song" which he includes in his stand-up routine. [13]



1985 Ninja Turf Member of Spike's Gang
Back to the Future Biff Tannen
1986 April Fool's Day Arch Cummings
Let's Get Harry Bob Pachowski
1987Smart AlexLieutenant Stevenson
1988 Action Jackson Officer Kornblau
1989 Back to the Future Part II Biff Tannen, Griff Tannen, Gertrude Tannen
1990 Back to the Future Part III Buford "Mad-Dog" Tannen, Biff Tannen Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor
1991 High Strung Al Dalby
1993 Blood In Blood Out Det. Rollie McCann
1994 Caroline at Midnight Officer Keaton
Mr. WriteBilly
Camp Nowhere Lt. Eliot Hendricks
1995 Born to Be Wild Det. Lou Greenburg
1997 That Darn Cat Officer Melvin
1998 Girl The Ticket Seller
2003 Atlantis: Milo's Return Ashtin CarnabyVoice, direct-to-video [14]
2004 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Victor, Fish #3, Tough Fish #1Voice [14]
2006 Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector Bart Tatlock
Zoom Dylan's Teacher
2009 The Informant! Mark Cheviron
House Broken Fire Chief Henry Decker
2010 Yohan: The Child Wanderer Kevin
2011 Rio Trapped Bird, Screaming Hang GliderVoice [14]
2012 Atlas Shrugged: Part II Robert Collins
2013 Epic FinnVoice [14]
The Heat Captain Frank Woods
Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure Mr. Bigley, GinormousVoice, direct-to-video [14]
2015 The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water Angry Customer #1Voice
2021 Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans Coach LawrenceVoice


1984 Knight Rider ChipEpisode: "A Knight in Shining Armor"
The Facts of Life MooseEpisode: "All or Nothing"
1990Turner & HoochDet. Scott TurnerPilot
1991–1992 Back to the Future Biff Tannen, additional voicesVoice, 26 episodes
1992 Batman: The Animated Series Tony Zucco, John Grayson Voice, episode: "Robin's Reckoning" [14]
1995–1996 Gargoyles Matt BluestoneVoice, 14 episodes
1996 Superman: The Animated Series JoeyVoice, episode: "A Little Piece of Home" [14]
Wing Commander Academy Todd 'Maniac' MarshallVoice, 13 episodes
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch SimonEpisode: "Dream Date"
Andersonville Thomas SweetTelevision film
1997 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Carter LandryEpisode: "Lethal Weapon"
Duckman Park Ranger SmithVoice, episode: "Short, Plush and Deadly"
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters MartyVoice, 2 episodes [14] Costumer, Talk Show HostTelevision special
1997–1998 Fired Up Steve Summer5 episodes
1998 Pinky and the Brain Larry BruhnVoice, episode: "Dangerous Brains"
Men in White Ed KlingbottomTelevision film
The New Batman Adventures Howlin' Jake, Gotham Angels BikerVoice, episode: "Torch Song" [14]
ZoomatesMark the Polar BearVoice, television short
Maggie Hank2 episodes
The Angry Beavers Otis Otto, Bowling PatronVoice, episode: "Alley Oops!"
1999 The Hughleys StanEpisode: "Why Can't We Be Friends?"
Pepper Ann Coach BronsonVoice, episode: "Beyond Good and Evel/One of the Guys"
1999–2000 Freaks and Geeks Coach Ben Fredricks6 episodes
2000–2001 Max Steel Pete CostasVoice, 20 episodes
2000 Buzz Lightyear of Star Command BusterVoice, episode: "Root of Evil" [14]
2001 Nash Bridges Jack NoonEpisode: "Bear Trap"
The Zeta Project Burly BoyfriendVoice, episode: "West Bound" [14]
Titus JoeEpisode: "Amy's Birthday"
2001–present SpongeBob SquarePants Flats the Flounder, Tattletale Strangler, Marty, Herb Star, Regg, additional voicesVoice, recurring role [14]
2002 She Spies Roger 'Rush' GibsonEpisode: "Fondles"
2002–2003 Do Over Coach Dorsey4 episodes
2003 Ed Sean Nowell4 episodes
The Pitts GuardVoice, episode: "Ticket to Riot"
Boston Public Paul StantonEpisode: "Chapter Sixty-Six"
Stripperella Tom Green, Zumo, Painted Patron, DirectorVoice, 2 episodes [14]
Two and a Half Men MikeEpisode: "Pilot"
2004 The Mullets Lyle TurnerEpisode: "Losin' It"
Rock Me Baby Buffalo BuckEpisode: "Go, Otis! It's Your Birthday!"
Johnny Bravo TrentVoice, episode: "The Time of My Life/Run Johnny Run" [14]
2005 Rodney BillEpisode: "Sorry Charlie"
Zoey 101 Coach PhelpsEpisode: "Disc Golf"
Higglytown Heroes Truck DriverVoice, episode: "Kip's Dad Gets a Strike"
Reba TedEpisode: "Reba and the One"
George Lopez SonnyEpisode: "George Drives the Batmobile"
2006 Help Me Help You Kenny4 episodes
Still Standing Coach Kirk StoneEpisode: "Still Flunking"
Cold Case Arnold BrownEpisode: "Superstar"
2006–2008 Ghost Whisperer Tim Flaherty6 episodes
2007 American Body Shop Juicy Lou2 episodes
House LouEpisode: "Whatever It Takes"
Boston Legal Jeffrey BassEpisode: "Attack of the Xenophobes"
2008 The Spectacular Spider-Man Stan Carter Voice, 6 episodes [14]
Bones Chip BarnettEpisode: "The Baby in the Bough"
Back at the Barnyard KrebsVoice, episode: "Brave Udders" [14]
2008–2009 Batman: The Brave and the Bold Sportsmaster, Catman Voice, 12 episodes [14]
2009 Psych ButchEpisode: "Let's Get Hairy"
Family Guy First StepVoice, episode: "Quagmire's Baby"
Tom Wilson: Bigger Than YouHimselfStand-up special
Also executive producer
2010 Adventure Time Head Marauder, Cat Man, Coal GuyVoice, 2 episodes [14]
True Jackson, VP Ben FranklinEpisode: "Field Trip"
2010–2011 Big Love Ricky Jax3 episodes
2011 Harry's Law Allan MeadeEpisode: "Bangers in the House"
Billion Dollar FreshmenPrincipal PrestonPilot
Planet Sheen Narrator, Blurg #1Voice, 2 episodes [14]
Melissa & Joey Councilman Herbert HancockEpisode: "Play Ball"
2011–2012 Franklin & Bash Spiritual Advisor2 episodes
2012–2016 Dragons: Riders of Berk BucketVoice, 19 episodes [14]
2013 Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous Andrew "Drew" Stone12 episodes
Mad Additional voicesEpisode: "S Cape from Planet Earth/The X-Mentalist"
2014 See Dad Run Principal Templeman2 episodes
2015–2018 Pig Goat Banana Cricket BananaVoice, main role
2016 The Ranch Coach FitzgeraldEpisode: "The Boys of Fall"
K.C. Undercover Agent WhitmanEpisode: "The Legend of Bad, Bad Cleo Brown"
School of Rock Mr. Finn's DadEpisode: "A Band with No Name"
2016–2018 Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia Coach LawrenceVoice, 21 episodes [14]
2017 Workaholics BarnesEpisode: "The Most Dangerless Game"
Training Day Gary MilestoneEpisode: "Quid Pro Quo"
Doubt Anthony KellemEpisode: "Running Out of Time"
Will vs. The FuturePrincipal RhodesPilot
The Mayor Governor FillucciEpisode: "Here Comes the Governor"
2017–2018 Mosaic Cliff Jones3 episodes
2018–2019 3Below: Tales of Arcadia Coach LawrenceVoice, 9 episodes [14]
Legends of Tomorrow Henry "Hank" Heywood9 episodes
2019 SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout Dog walkerTelevision special
The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants Major Messy/CamoflushVoice, episode: "Captain Underpants and the Cunning Combat of the Covert Camoflush"
2020 Sydney to the Max Grandpa Doug3 episodes
2020 Wizards: Tales of Arcadia Coach LaurenceVoice, episode: "Wizard Underground"
2020 NCIS Angus DeMintEpisode: "Blood and Treasure"
2021–present The Patrick Star Show Cecil StarVoice, main role
2022–present Spidey and His Amazing Friends Sandman Voice, [15] 4 episodes
2022 Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years Cecil StarVoice, episode: "Help Not Wanted"

Video games

1990Back to the Future... The PinballBiff Tannenuncredited
1994 Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger Maj. Todd "Maniac" MarshallCredited as Tom Wilson
1996 Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom
1997 Wing Commander: Prophecy
2000 Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force Crewman Rick Biessman
2001 Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex Rok-KoCredited as Tom Wilson [14]
2002 Run Like Hell: Hunt or Be Hunted Craig [14]
2010 Batman: The Brave and the Bold – The Videogame Catman
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Electro [14]
2011 Star Wars: The Old Republic Additional voices
2013Back to the Future: Back in Time Video SlotsBiff Tannen [14]
2015 Back to the Future: The Game 30th Anniversary Edition Credited as Tom Wilson [14]

Theme parks

1991 Back to the Future: The Ride Biff Tannen


Crew work

1989The Last RideWriterShort film
1996Get Serious: Seven Deadly SubsWriter, producer6 episodes


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