Tom Fisher (actor)

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Tom Fisher
Born1968 (age 5455)
Camden, London, England
Years active1986-present

Tom Browne (born 1968), known professionally as Tom Fisher, is an English actor and director who has appeared in various films, including Van Helsing , Shanghai Knights , The Young Victoria , The Mummy Returns , Enigma , Holy Flying Circus , The King and The Illusionist . [1] [2] [3]


Fisher directed the feature film Radiator under his real name Tom Browne.


1988 Dangerous Love Brig bartender
1990 The Hunt for Red October Seaman - USS Dallas
1996 Karaoke Dean1 episode
1996 Crimetime Dempster
1996 Surviving Picasso German Officer
1997 Firelight DaveyUncredited
1999 Simon Magus Thomas
1999 The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz No / Tomas Katz
2000In DefenceTony Decker1 episode
2000 North Square Paul Hurd1 episode
2001 Enigma Upjohn
2001 The Mummy Returns Jacob Spivey
2001The Truth GameAlan
2001 Mean Machine Inmate commentator
2002 Club Le Monde Davida
2002 Wire in the Blood Angelica Bain3 episodes
2003 Shanghai Knights Artie Doyle
2003 Foyle's War ConnorEpisode: "War Games"
2004 Van Helsing Top Hat
2005 The Queen's Sister GregTV movie
2006 The Illusionist Willigut
2006 Amazing Grace John Ramsay
2001-2006 Casualty Al / Andy Maizels3 episodes
2007 Cassandra's Dream Nigel
2007 Murphy's Law Billy Driscoll3 episodes
2008 The Last Enemy Andrew Batz2 episodes
2008 The Middleman 1 episode
2008 Blue Water High [4]
1998-2008 The Bill 'Death' Jim McManus / Ben Henley / Martin Cookson3 episodes
2009 The Young Victoria Lord Chamberlain
2009SpunkbubblePorn Vocal TalentShort
2010 Treacle Jr. Tom [5] [6]
2011 Midsomer Murders Crusty1 episode
2011 Holy Flying Circus Graham Chapman / TrampTV movie [7] [8]
2012 Whitechapel Calvin Mantus1 episode
2012 Treasure Island Abraham GrayTV movie
2013 Mayday Seth Docker5 episodes [9]
2016 The Rack Pack Pete
2017 Marrowbone Father

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