Paul Thomas
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Welcome to the website of the British 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.

NEWS: Paul is currently shooting the feature film The Quiet Life directed by Tim Hoare with Studio1970 and recently shot The Oval Portrait directed by Adrian Langley with Unit XIX. He plays lead roles in both films.

NEWS: Playing every Sunday from 11th June, Paul plays Mad Eddy Bones the pirate cook in Grey Ghost: Prisoners of Souls and Masts on a real pirate ship in Mooney's Bay, Ottawa. More details here.

NEWS: Last Christmas the point and click adventure game that Paul voiced the lead of last year, has been nominated for Best Indie and Best Game Jam Game in the Game Development World Championship. It is now also available on Steam.

PREVIOUSLY: Paul has shot two short films so far this year: The Harvest in which Paul played a man dealing with childhood trauma; when his mother comes to live with him - and he decides to treat her as she treated him... Also, Scratch: Or The Rat Who Loved Jazz and the Flea Who Learned To Like It in which Paul played George - a character based on a lonely rat!

PREVIOUSLY: In Adventure Jam 2022 Paul voiced three games. The lead Frankie in Last Christmas, Sergey Lamar in The Gay Agenda and Al the Fisherman in Flowers and a Suit. These are all available to play at

PREVIOUSLY: In Adventure Jam 2021 Paul voiced Jeffrey Jetsam in The Misadventures of Jeffrey Jetsam - Shouldn't that be flotsam? No, trust me on this one, Michael Bane & Bartender in Gynoid, and Otis in Coffin Valley.

PREVIOUSLY: Paul has voiced two narrative adventure games from his home studio for AdvXJam (hosted by AdventureX) - Gerald Dumpling in Swarm of the Plague Babies and Phil in The Letter. These short games are playable at

PREVIOUSLY: Paul has voiced four point-and-click adventure games for Adventure Jam 2020; Weber Smith (The Butler) in The Murder of Adam George, Miguel in Catfish Fish Cat, Sailor Wesley Lang in The Death Chantey and Doug the Toilet Roll Salesman in Spy Quest 2: Operation Bogroll. These short games, made within two weeks, are playable at

PREVIOUSLY: Paul played the king Alonso and jester Trinculo in The Tempest in a promenade production of this Shakespeare classic through the caves at Kents Cavern in Torquay. The show ran 4th-9th November and was produced by national open-air Shakespeare touring company The Festival Players - who Paul previously worked with on Twelfth Night (Sir Andrew Aguecheeck and Sebastian in 2012) and The Merchant of Venice (Launcelot Gobbo and Nerissa in 2009).

PREVIOUSLY: LONDON TRANSFER! After playing Salty in John Godber's Teechers at Broadstairs Summer Rep. (as well as playing Frank in John Osborne's The Entertainer there); Teechers transferred to The Pentameters Theatre, Hampstead for two weekends in September. Shows were on: Fri 6th (8pm), Sat 7th (8pm), Sun 8th (5pm), Fri 13th (8pm), Sat 14th (8pm) and Sun 15th (5pm) September. Produced and Directed by Michael Friend Productions.

PREVIOUSLY: Paul recently performed in a tabletop read at the Soho Theatre of Trudy Hodgson's new play A Shit, A Shave or A Haircut. Paul played James in this read-through, that is currently in the process of becoming a full length play.

PREVIOUSLY: Paul headed back to Broadstairs this summer for two shows in the Summer Rep. Frank in John Osborne's The Entertainer and Salty in John Godber's Teechers. These were at the Sarah Thorne Theatre with Michael Friend Productions.

PREVIOUSLY: On 8th June, Paul played Brian in a scratch performance of new short play She as park of Delight Night at Abacus Arts Studio. Brian is a hapless man, whose nextdoor neighbour would rather date an alien than be with him. Even his parrot has taken steps to leave him!

PREVIOUSLY: Paul shot three commercials at the end of 2018 and start of 2019. Bud Light can be seen near the end of his new showreel.

PREVIOUSLY: On 11th February, Paul took the role of A in George Bernard Shaw's two-hander short play Village Wooing with Maryann O'Brien as Z and directed by Jonas Cemm. This was performed in the John Thaw Studio at The Actors Centre. Click here for the details.

PREVIOUSLY: Short film Divine Intervention was screened at the BFI as part of the London Film Academy graduation. Paul plays quirky, single guy Andy, whose guardian angel tries to stop him from suicide and sets him up on a date.

PREVIOUSLY: Paul has been joining the star studded cast of Ronald Pickup, Sir Ian McKellen, Ed Tudor-Pole, 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: