Tom Proctor (actor)

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Tom Proctor
United States
Alma mater Scottsdale Community College
Occupation Actor

Tom Proctor is an American actor. [1]

Proctor is best known for such films and television series as Lawless , [1] Justified , [2] the role of Biddee in 12 Years a Slave , [3] Django Unchained , [1] Looper , [1] Touched by an Angel [1] and the role of Horuz in Guardians of the Galaxy . [4] In June 2018, Tom Proctor released his debut country album entitled "Working Man" by his band Tom Proctor and the A-Listers.


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  4. "Guardians of the Galaxy Acting Credits". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times . 2014. Archived from the original on 2014-12-05.
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