Tom Rhys Harries

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Acting

Agent: Ruth Young
Associate Agent: Zoe Bone
Assistant: Claire Hughes (Maternity cover for Jenny Molyneux)
Assistant: Phoebe Trousdell

Acting

See Tom's showreel here.

Singled out as a Screen international Star of Tomorrow 2012, Tom’s film debut came at college in HUNKY DORY with Minnie Driver. He has since starred in THE HISTORY BOYS at The Sheffield Crucible, TORCH SONG TRILOGY at The Menier Chocolate Factory and made his West End debut in 2013 with Jez Butterworth’s MOJO alongside Ben Whishaw, Daniel Mays and Rupert Grint at The Harold Pinter Theatre. Tom can be seen in the sequel to hit film THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE and HOT PROPERTY opposite MyAnna Buring. Tom starred in Polly Stenham's brilliant play HOTEL at The National Theatre and most recently in Jamie Lloyd's THE PITCHFORK DISNEY at Shoreditch Town Hall.

Here are a sample of some reviews - 

We can celebrate the emergence of an acting star. Rhys Harries offering crisp menace and comic timing alike, he breathes life into his every exchange, you leave convinced that you’ve seen a future star. - The Times 

Tom Rhys Harries is excruciatingly perfectly cast and a pleasure to watch as the beautiful, cockroach-chomping monster Cosmo Disney, turning in a both mentally and physically balletic performance. - Exeunt 

With his perfectly coiffed peroxide hair and sculpted cheekbones, Tom Rhys Harries’s entertainer is an evil, East End matinee idol. Disney drops like a red-sequinned-jacket-wearing atom bomb into the Strays’ lives. The streak of self-loathing, the curl of fear, in his malice is compelling. - The Stage

Tom Rhys Harries, boyishly beautiful, bleached blond and cast to absolute perfection, swaggers in like a shot of confidence; red sequinned blazer catching the light, signet rings glinting, teeth glistening white. He's this perfect twink, a Smash Hits coverstar with a switchblade smile - What's on Stage

Film

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

SLAUGHTERHOUSE RULEZ

Clegg

Crispian Mills

Sony Pictures

DRAGONHEART 4

Edric

Patrik Syversen

Universal 1440

Crow

Crow

Wyndham Price

Spinning Head Films

THE INBETWEENERS (THE LONG GOODBYE)

Joe

Ben Palmer

Bwark

HOT PROPERTY

Harmony

Max McGill

Fortune Films

IRON CLAD: BATTLE FOR BLOOD

Hubert

Jonathan English

Mythic Entertainment

HUNKY DORY

Evan Davies

Marc Evans

Working Title

Television

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

CHEWING GUM SERIES 2

Preacher

Tom Marshall | Simon Neal

E4

Hinterland II

Gary Pearce

Gareth Bryn

Hinterland Films

JEKYLL AND HYDE

Sackler

Various

ITV J&H LTD

UNDER MILKWOOD

Drowned / Willy Nilly

Pip Braughton

BBC Wales

D-DAY: LAST LETTERS HOME

Maurice Hardstaff

Marion Milne

ITV

MIDSOMER MURDERS

Ryan

Nick Laughland

ITV

PARADES END

O Five Thomas

Susanna White

Mammoth Screen for HBO/BBC

Stage

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

THE PITCHFORK DISNEY

Cosmo

Jamie Lloyd

Shoreditch Town Hall

DEDICATION

Henry Wriothesley

Samuel Hodges

Nuffield Theatre

CREDITORS

Adolph

Rikki Henry

Young Vic

FOUR PLAY by Jake Brunger

Rafe

Jack Sain

Old Vic Theatre

Hotel

Ralph

Maria Aberg

National Theatre

MOJO

Silver johnny

Ian Rickson

Sonia Friedman Productions

THE HISTORY BOYS

Dakin

Michael Longhurst

Sheffield Crucible Theatre

TORCH SONG TRILOGY

Alan

Douglas Hodge

Menier Chocolate Factory

NIGHT MUST FALL

Dan

Elizabeth Freestone

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

THE COUNTRY WIFE

Frank Harcourt

Charlie Westenra

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

OTHELLO

Iago

Simon Reeves

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

THE CHANGELING

Jasperino

Martin Houghton

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

COUNTRY MUSIC

Jamie Carris

Eryl Phillips

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

THAT FACE

Henry

Martin Houghton

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

A DOLL'S HOUSE

Torvald Helmer

Dave Bond

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

Radio

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

322 MORE DAYS

Weston

Sean Linnen

Paines Plough

EP AIRPLAY (ACAPELLA)

Huw Stephens

BBC Radio Wales

Other

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

WIG OUT (Reading)

Loki

Tarell Alvin McCraney

National Theatre Studio

BLUE by Polly Stenham (Reading)

Gabriel

Rupert Goold

Almeida Theatre

CARMEN DISRUPTION READTHROUGH

Carmen

Michael Longhurst

Almeida Theatre