Tom Mannion

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Tom Mannion is a Scottish actor. He trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow. [1]


His television credits include Brookside , Up the Garden Path , The Bill , Boon , Cadfael , Doctor Finlay , Doctors , Eleventh Hour , Holby City , Roman Mysteries , Hustle , Life on Mars , Midsomer Murders , New Tricks , Red Cap , Secret Diary of a Call Girl , Spatz , Taggart , The Agatha Christie Hour, The Chief, The Royal , and Wycliffe . He has recently been in the BBC TV series Lip Service , Moving On and Inside Men. In 2016, he starred in Mr Selfridge .

His film credits include Brothers , Beyond the Sea , Iris , Beautiful Creatures and Croupier as Detective Inspector Ross.

In 2011–12, he went on tour throughout the UK, playing Inspector Goole, in Stephen Daldry's production of An Inspector Calls .

In December 2012 he joined the cast of Emmerdale as horse trainer Steve Harland. He made his final appearance in the soap on 11 September 2013.


Selected theatre

YearTitleRoleCompanyDirector |Notes
1988American BagpipesPatrick Nauldie Royal Exchange, Manchester Casper Wrede World premiere of a play by Iain Heggie
1996 The Philadelphia Story Dexter HavenRoyal Exchange, Manchester Josephine Abady
1996 Cyrano de Bergerac Cyrano de BergeracCommunicado, with Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh Gerry Mulgrew and Andy Farrelltranslation by Edwin Morgan
1998 An Experiment with an Air Pump Thomas ArmstrongRoyal Exchange, ManchesterMatthew LloydWorld premiere of a play by Shelagh Stephenson
2005 Antony and Cleopatra AntonyRoyal Exchange, Manchester Braham Murray

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  1. Cyrano de Bergerac theatre programme, Communicado Theatre Company in association with the Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, Edinburgh, Autumn 1996