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.
BIG NEWS: DARK MATTERS, a TV Sitcom Pilot in which Paul played one of the leads, recently won the Royal Television Society award for Best Undergraduate Entertainment! This comedy follows the lazy but sweet likely lads Mark (Paul) and Alex (Edward Ferrow) who obliviously waste their lives away while the world around them descends into chaos. What some clips from the pilot on the Video page.
COMING UP: A night of spooky stories in a pub - what more could you want? Paul plays Terry in Penelope Faith's Ghost Walk - one of the tales in See Through at Dirty Dicks Vaults Bar on 6th & 8th February. Details at: KimBo Theatre
RECENTLY: Having played the money collector Lickcheese in George Bernard Shaw's Widowers' Houses in September, Paul was back at the Park Theatre again on 20th October in the second of the monthly rehearsed readings that make up Shaw at the Park. This time Paul played the neurotic Spintho in Androcles and the Lion, directed by Michael Friend.
RECENTLY: On Sunday 5th October at 5pm and 8pm, Paul performed at the Arcola Theatre in THE MINIATURISTS 48 - A POISON TREE by Maev Mac Collie. Paul played a geeky blogger who falls in love via Twitter, in a show about their relationship and a comment on social networks and privacy.
BIG NEWS: Animator Eamonn O'Neill's I'M FINE THANKS, in which Paul voiced the lead character, was nominated for the 2013 BAFTA AWARDS! Having premiered at the Ottawa International Animation Festival, where it won Best Graduation Film, it then went on to win: Best Graduate Film - Expotoons 2011, Best Animation - Darklight Film Festival 2011, Passion Prize - RCA 2011, was shortlisted for Best Student Film - British Animation Award and toured the UK in 2012 as part of the BAA Public Choice Award! In this bittersweet short, Paul plays a nervous, timid man who wants to shout and scream at the world - and eventually does... Check out the trailer and Eamonn's other work HERE.