Tom Degnan

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Tom Degnan (born September 24, 1982 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania) is an American actor. [1] He is best known for his role on One Life to Live as Joey Buchanan from 2010 to 2011. [2] [3] He also appeared in As the World Turns in 2009 as Riley Morgan/Adam Munson. Additional appearances include Handsome Harry , alongside Steve Buscemi, and Little Miss Perfect , alongside Lilla Crawford. In 2013 he played the role of Fire Marshall Rick Kelly in the 10th episode of the 4th season of the CBS police procedural drama Blue Bloods in the episode "Mistaken Identity". He has also played roles in the TV shows Lipstick Jungle , Law & Order , The Unusuals , The Good Wife , White Collar , The Following , Magic City , Bones , Person of Interest , The Michael J. Fox Show , Madam Secretary , and The Sonnet Project. In 2013 he played the role of Chris Van Helsing in the made-for-TV movie Gothica and played the role of Matt in the 2014 made-for-TV movie Tin Man. In 2015 he played the role of Jim in the romance-drama film To Whom It May Concern and played the role of Tom in the short story drama film Seclusion. Degnan also had a recurring role on CBS' Limitless . He is a graduate of the MFA Acting program at Case Western Reserve University [4]


Personal life

Degnan married fellow actor Erin Cummings on July 2, 2016, with the ceremony taking place at the Basilica of the University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Together they have one son - Thomas Francis Degnan IV - born via surrogacy in November 2021.


CSI: Vegas Tyler ClementEpisode: "Honeymoon in Vegas"
King Richard Girl #8 FatherFilm
2020Adult NightRogerShort
2019 The Code Lieutenant Ike PfisterEpisode: "1st Civ Div"
2017 NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service Lonnie DavisEpisode: "Voices"
NCIS: New Orleans Matt AufieroEpisode: "Slay the Dragon"
Bones Adam HitchcockEpisode: "The Grief and the Girl"
Bull Special Agent John RileyEpisode: "It's Classified"
2016 Mr Robot Ross ThomasEpisode: "eps2.4_m4ster-s1ave.aes"
Little Miss Perfect Mr Davy
To Whom It May ConcernJim
The Sonnet ProjectThe SonneteerEpisode: "Sonnet #29"
2015-2016 Limitless Agent Ike19 episodes
2014Tin ManMattTelevision movie
Madam Secretary Jim IonescoEpisode: "Need to Know"
The Michael J. Fox Show HandymanEpisode: "Sochi"
2013GothicaChris Van Helsing
Person of Interest Agent EastonEpisode: "Lethe"
Blue Bloods Fire Marshal Rick KellyEpisode: "Mistaken Identity"
The Following Head US Marshall2 episodes
2012-2013 Magic City Pierce Fuller6 episodes
2012 White Collar Leonard GrantEpisode: "Checkmate"
2010-2012 One Life to Live Joey Buchanan126 episodes
2010 The Good Wife Brad BroussardEpisode: "Bang"
2009 As the World Turns Adam Munson/Sgt Riley Morgan27 episodes
The Unusuals Andrew OgilvyEpisode: "The Apology Line"
Law & Order Nick SpenceEpisode: "All New"
Handsome Harry Young HarryFilm
2008 Lipstick Jungle ManEpisode: "Chapter Eighteen: Indecent Exposure"

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  2. "OLTL Recast Shake Up! Tom Degnan To Play Joey Buchanon". TV Source. 7 October 2010. Retrieved 5 March 2015.
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  4. "Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House Master of Fine Arts ranked 12th in the Hollywood Reporter's top 25 graduate acting programs internationally". 13 June 2019.