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Tom Stourton
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Stourton in 2022
BornSeptember 1987
Occupation(s)Actor, voice actor, comedian, writer
Years active1994–1996; 2009–present
Notable workThomas & Friends

Siblings

Horrible Histories

The Spy Who Dumped Me

All My Friends Hate Me
RelativesIvo Stourton (brother)
Edward Stourton (father)

Thomas Edward Alexander Stourton (born September 1987)[1] is an English actor, voice actor, comedian and writer.

Career

Stourton started his career as a comedian at university, performing in the web-series "High Renaissance Man" that he co-wrote with Tom Palmer. After university, the pair continued to write and perform together as comedy duo, Totally Tom.[2]

He stars alongside Charlotte Ritchie in the BBC Three sitcom Siblings which was first broadcast in summer 2014.

As of 2014, he joined the voice cast of Thomas & Friends as the voices of Duncan, Rex, Terence, Alfie (season 23 onward), and the Fat Clergyman (UK/US).

In 2015, he became one of the regular cast of CBBC's sketch comedy Horrible Histories which was first broadcast in 2015. Stourton also played a Viking nicknamed 'Lofty' in the Doctor Who episode "The Girl Who Died".

In 2018, Stourton played the role of Edward Snowden in the comedy film The Spy Who Dumped Me, featuring Mila Kunis, Kate McKinnon and Justin Theroux.[3] That same year he began playing the recurring role of Robbie, the rival agent, across all three series of Stath Lets Flats.

In 2019, he played Percy in the comedy film Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans, which is based on the television programme Horrible Histories.[4]

In 2021 he co-wrote and starred in the feature film, All My Friends Hate Me.[5] That year he also appeared in the BBC pilot Dreaming Whilst Black, guest starred in episodes of Trying, Buffering and Mood, as well as providing voices for the rebooted series of Spitting Image.

In 2022 he played various characters in Kiell Smith-Bynoe's Channel 4 Blap, Red Flag.

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Siblings (TV series)

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Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2013 About Time John
2015 Captain Webb J.B. Johnson
2015 Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure Rex Voice
2016 Thomas & Friends: The Great Race Rex Voice
Uncredited
2018 The Spy Who Dumped Me Edward Snowden
2018 Man of the Hour Alistair Short film
2019 Tales from the Lodge Zeke Holloway
2019 Oblivious Paddy Short film
2019 Thomas and Friends: Digs and Discoveries Alfie (voice) UK/US versions
2019 Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans Percy [6]
2022 All My Friends Hate Me Pete

Television

Year Title Role(s) Notes
1995 The Wind in the Willows Edward Television movie
1996 The Willows in Winter Edward Television movie
2011 Comedy Lab
2011 Viz - Comedy Blaps Professor F*ck Channel 4
2012 Harry & Paul
2014 Lovesick Ivan Episode: "Cressida"
2014–2016 Siblings Dan 12 episodes
2014–present Thomas & Friends Duncan, Rex, Terence, Alfie, The Fat Clergyman/Teddy Boston, Various (voices) UK/US versions, succeeding Nathan Clarke as the voice of Alfie
2015 Up the Women Bertie Smuth Episode: "The Romance"
2015 Count Arthur Strong Eddie Episode: "Fame at Last"
2015 Doctor Who Lofty[7] Episode: "The Girl Who Died"
2015 Crackanory Parent and Todd Sydney Episode: "The Catchment Area & the Frogbeast of Pontfidd"
2015–present Horrible Histories Various
2015–present Drunk History
2015 Murder in Successville Vladimir Putin Episode: "Orangefinger"
2016 Mid Morning Matters with Alan Partridge Clement Rowe Episode: "Massage + Royal Visit"
2017 What Would Diplo Do? Calvin Harris Episode: "The Beef"[8]
2017 Loaded Gregg Episodes: "Leon's Teacher"
2017 Decline and Fall Alistair Digby-Vaine-Trumpington Episodes: #1.1 and #1.3
Television miniseries
2018 The Windsors Jack Episode: "The Windsors Royal Wedding Special"
2018 Stath Lets Flats Robbie 4 episodes
2018 Pls Like DumpGhost 5 episodes
2019 Sorry Harry Television movie
2022 Mood Josh 1 episode
Red Flag Various Channel 4 Blap

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Source: "Tom Stourton", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Stourton.

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References
  1. ^ "Thomas Edward Alexander STOURTON on "Companies House"". Retrieved 14 November 2022.
  2. ^ "Totally Tom: Class act | the Spectator".
  3. ^ Smith, Caroline (6 August 2018). "'The Spy Who Dumped Me' disappointingly misses target". www.dailycal.org. The Daily Californian. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
  4. ^ Johnson, Rich (14 June 2019). "Horrible Histories: Rotten Romans Gets a New Trailer, and Some New Faces". www.bleedingcool.com. Bleeding Cool News. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
  5. ^ Hipes, Patrick (30 July 2021). "Tribeca Horror Comedy 'All My Friends Hate Me' Gets U.S. Deal With Super Ltd". Deadline. Retrieved 27 August 2022.
  6. ^ "Horrible Histories Movie Gets its World Premiere". chortle.co.uk. 22 May 2019. Retrieved 29 January 2020.
  7. ^ "Tom Stourton on acting alongside amazing Peter Capaldi and playing a cowardly Viking in 'Doctor Who'". radiotimes.com. Radio Times. Retrieved 29 January 2020.
  8. ^ Chaney, Jen (2 August 2017). "What Would Diplo Do? Is a Meta Showcase for James Van Der Beek". www.vulture.com. Vulture. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
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