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|Date of Birth||June 29, 1987|
Tom Weston-Jones is an English actor and theatre artist who is known for playing Detective Kevin Corcoran in the television drama series Copper, Meriwether Compeyson in BBC One drama series Dickensian, Richard Lee in the martial arts crime drama television series Warrior, Hector in the fantasy action-adventure miniseries Troy: Fall of a City, Merthin Fitzgerald in the 8-episode television miniseries World Without End, Colonel Lennox in the historical drama television series Sanditon, and Anthony in the comedy-drama television series Not Safe for Work. In addition to that, he has also been cast in many other on-screen projects including The Night Watch, Spooks, The Terror, Grace, and Shadow and Bone.
Thomas Weston Jones
Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom
Tom Weston-Jones studied at Dubai College (DC), a selective entry British school in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
He also has a degree in Drama and Theatre from the Royal Holloway University of London as well as has trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Actor, Theatre Artist
- Father – Nick (Drama teacher at a school in Dubai)
- Mother – Irma (Drama teacher at a school in Dubai)
- Siblings – Bethan (Sister), Ben (Brother)
Tom Weston-Jones has been signed with Markham, Froggatt & Irwin, Talent Management Company, London, England, United Kingdom.
6 ft or 183 cm
80 kg or 176.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Sparkling blue eye
Tom Weston-Jones Facts
- He grew up in Dubai.
- From 2012 to 2013, Tom Weston-Jones brought to life the character of Kevin “Corky” Corcoran (a rugged Irish immigrant cop in New York City) in the BBC America drama series Copper. His co-stars for the project were Kyle Schmid, Anastasia Griffith, Franka Potente, Ato Essandoh, and Kevin Ryan.
- In 2019, he started playing Richard Henry Lee (a police officer from Savannah, Georgia) in the American martial arts crime drama television series Warrior.
- Tom Weston-Jones’s stage credits include playing Doalty in Translations at The Tobacco Factory, Bristol in 2010; Adam in Enlightenment at Hampstead Theatre in 2010; Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice at Almeida Theatre from 2014 to 2015; and Charlie in Labyrinth at Hampstead Theatre in 2016.
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