The Party


Tom appears in The Party


We can add this recently unearthed find to the Mison archives -- on September 25, 2009, Tom played the role of Paul in a performance art piece by American artist Alexis Marguerite Teplin. The performance was a part of the Serpentine Gallery’s Park Nights in London’s Kensington Gardens. The piece was staged for one night only, with the following description:

The Party: A performance of The Party, a play written by American artist Alexis Marguerite Teplin in collaboration with art critic Pablo Lafuente, as well as Michael Ned Holte and Rachel Kuchner. The Party is conceived in the tradition of The Theatre of the Absurd and includes characters of an artist, designer, philosopher/critic and ingenue.


Photo by Mark Bower



Interview: Podcast Interview from Birmingham Comic Con



Tom sat down for another interview at the Birmingham Comic Con last weekend, this time for the SkiptotheEnd podcast. Listen to their chat starting at the 20:10 mark. Make sure to listen through Neil's interview to hear the gents asking the questions remark about what a lovely guy Tom is and how he is the quintessential Englishman!


Interview: Season 2 Highlights and What's Ahead for Season 3



The highlight of Season 2 for Tom wasn't fighting a Gorgon or showing off his new driving skills in a Mustang - it was something a little more...dressed down. He recently told Marisa Roffman of GiveMeMyRemote:

“Give me Timothy Busfield (Ben Franklin), naked, and flying a kite, and I’m a happy man,” he laughed. “To explore Benjamin Franklin, what a treat!”

He goes on to say that he has even pitched an episode to the writers in which Ichabod pulls off a heist with Franklin and another Founding Father we met in Season 2, Thomas Jefferson (played by Steven Weber).

Tom also mentions his appreciation for the outpouring of fan support, including the Twitter campaign to #RenewSleepyHollow:

“It’s incredibly flattering,” he said. “I survived the shoot [of SLEEPY HOLLOW season 2], but I will say, I survived only just…it was particularly grueling, and long, and to see it’s paid off, that people still hold it very, very close to their hearts means an awful lot. To see a real outpouring of support, it makes it all worth it.”

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Interview: MCM Birmingham Comic Con


Tom sat down with Stuart Claw from MCM BUZZ yesterday for a really insightful interview about Sleepy Hollow. They chat about how Ichabod will deal with the ramifications of what happened in the Season 2 finale going forward, as well as Tom's aspirations for writing and directing future episodes. Tom is also hatching a plan to sneak on to The Walking Dead set now that production of Sleepy Hollow is moving to Atlanta, so we'll have to keep an eye out for Zombie Ichabod in TWD's next season!