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Paul Thomas
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Welcome to the website of the actor Paul Thomas. A place where you can keep up-to-date on news of his current and future productions, see his CV, read Reviews and look at his Gallery, Showreels and Voicereels.

COMING UP: This summer Paul will be working for Michael Friend Productions once again as Private Napoleon Alexander Trotsky Meek in George Bernard Shaw's Too True To Be Good in the open air of the grounds of Shaw's Corner in Welwyn Garden City and as part of the Broadstairs Summer Rep Season.

ON GOING: Paul has been joining the star studded cast of Ronald Pickup, Dame Judi Dench, Steve Sweeney, Charles Kay and many more recognisable faces in the new feature film Schadenfreude. Check out the news on this quirky murder mystery at: SchadenfreudeTheFilm.com

JUST BEEN: For the last year, Paul has been appearing in Arla Best of Both (B.O.B.) Milk's 7 million advertising campaign in the UK & Ireland. A clip of Paul playing Colin in their TV commercial, may be seen in his Showreel

JUST BEEN: A 15 minute monologue by a man building up the courage to dance naked on his best friend and mentor's grave - Bollocks! by Mike Carter was part of The Space Arts Centre's One Festival 2017 this January.

JUST BEEN: 8 writers create 8 new 12 minute plays for 12 actors in 12 days for The Pensive Federation's The Collective Project. Last year Paul played Moth in the period drama Reflection by Penny Faith, Mike in the soap opera comedy Diligence by Dan Hinchliffe, Paul in the medical drama Helix by Jo Pockett and Olly in the sci-fi Forest by Will Howells. This year Paul worked on the project again with a new set of plays and writers and performed at the Tristan Bates Theatre on 13th-17th December.

JUST BEEN: Filming has just wrapped on Henry Potts' new short film set in the Victorian era. The title is currently under wraps, but Paul plays the sweet but weak willed Uncle Edwin. Shooting took place at the reconstructed Victorian town at Blists Hill in Shropshire and at the beautiful Lound Hall in Nottinghamshire.