Tom Guiry

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Tom Guiry
Thomas John Guiry

(1981-10-12) October 12, 1981 (age 41)
Years active1992–present
Janelle Bloodsworth
(m. 2009)

Thomas John Guiry (born October 12, 1981) is an American actor. He is best known for his lead performance as Scott Smalls in the coming-of-age film The Sandlot, [1] [2] which was filmed when he was 12, and his role in NBC crime drama The Black Donnellys. [3] He has appeared in numerous high-profile films and television series, including U-571, Black Hawk Down, Mystic River, Black Irish, and The Revenant.


Early life

Guiry was born in Toms River, New Jersey, and attended St. Gregory the Great school in Hamilton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey from kindergarten through eighth grade, and then high school at Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. [4]


His most notable appearances were in The Sandlot , U-571 , The Mudge Boy , Black Hawk Down , Mystic River , and The Four Diamonds . Guiry played Jimmy Donnelly on the NBC drama The Black Donnellys.

Personal life

In 2009, Guiry married his wife, Janelle, at the Crown Reef in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. [5] In August 2013, he was arrested at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas, for allegedly head-butting a police officer after he was told he was too drunk to board a flight. [6]



1993 The Sandlot Scotty Smalls
1994 Lassie Matthew Turner
1996 The Last Home Run Young Jonathan
1998Wrestling with AlligatorsPete
1998 All I Wanna Do 'Frosty' Frost
1999 Ride with the Devil Riley Crawford
2000 U-571 Trigger
2000 Tigerland Pvt. Cantwell
2001 Scotland, PA Malcolm Duncan
2001 Black Hawk Down Yurek
2003 The Mudge Boy Perry Foley
2003JusticeThe Red Anarchist
2003 Mystic River Brendan Harris
2005 Strangers with Candy P John
2005 The Sandlot 2 Scotty SmallsFlashback scene
2006 Steel City PJ Lee
2006 Bristol Boys Little Man
2007 Black Irish Terry McKay
2008 Yonkers Joe Joe Jr.
2011The BanditDanny Wilson
2012 The Fitzgerald Family Christmas Cyril Fitzgerald
2014Mahjong and the WestStewart
2015 The Revenant Billy Brother Trapper
2016Culling HensWilliam
2017 Brawl in Cell Block 99 Wilson
2017 Sollers Point Aaron
2017 Wonder Wheel Flirtatious Man at Ruby's
2020 The Prom James Cordon
2021 Roe v. Wade James T. McHugh
2021 The Unforgivable Keith Whelan


1993 A Place to Be Loved Gregory KTelevision film
1995The Four DiamondsChristopher 'Chris' Millard
1998, 2008 Law & Order Ryan Emerson / Kevin Stanton2 episodes
2000 Songs in Ordinary Time Norman FermoyleTelevision film
2002 We Were the Mulvaneys Judd Mulvaney, Narrator
2002 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Gavin SipesEpisode: "Disappearing Acts"
2004 Strip Search Gerry SykesTelevision film
2004 The Jury Carl DonnerEpisode: "Memories"
2006 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Marcus RandolphEpisode: "The Good"
2007 The Black Donnellys Jimmy Donnelly13 episodes
2009 CSI: Miami Doug BensonEpisode: "Head Case"
2009 Kings Ethan Shepherd2 episodes
2011 Unforgettable Ken HerbertEpisode: "Pilot"
2013 Elementary Brent GarveyEpisode: "Dead Man's Switch"
2017 Chicago Justice Eric CatesEpisode: "Fool Me Twice"

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