Career Timeline Here
A graphic representation of Tom's career, color coded for stage, film and voice performances.

National Theatre
Much of Tom Hollander's career on the stage has been spent as part of the British National Theatre. In the three theatres on the South Bank in London, the National presents an eclectic mix of new plays and classics, with seven or eight productions in repertory at any one time. It aims constantly to re-energise the great traditions of the British stage and to expand the horizons of audiences and artists alike.

Victoria & Albert Museum

If you are in London you can view Mojo in the Theatre Museum section archives.

Cambridge Footlights Alumni

The Marlowe Society

Film & Television :
British Film Institute
BFI is the British Film Institute. With a world-renowned archive of films and related materials, exclusive cinemas and "Mediatheques", festivals and events to inspire and educate the world about the wealth and quality of British cinema, BFI is an amazing resource to the interested cinephile. Tom Hollander's film and television work, of course, is well-represented there. His BFI filmography is here. Learn more about how to view items in the BFI National Archives here.

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Press Kit Bio from Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Yahoo Movies UK & Ireland

IMDb's entry
Wikipedia's entry

Another Tongue
Other Projects:
The Josephine Hart Poetry Hour at the British Library
The 24 Hour Plays: Old Vic New Voices
Dr Easy
Voice Work:
British LIbrary Sound Archive
The Sound Archive offers a Listening and Viewing Service at the British Library's St Pancras building. The collection includes recorded sound and video, music, wildlife, drama, literature and oral history and BBC broadcasts. The vast British Library holds several of Tom Hollander's performances in recorded form. Search the Sound Archive Catalog, here (enter Tom Hollander and click "Search")

Another Tongue

Here you will find several examples of Tom's voice work in commercials.

Harper Collins Publishers
Publisher of Mr. Hollander's audiobook recording of Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange. The site features an audio exerpt.

Our Appreciation Dept:
Tom's 2008 Birthday Greeting video has been moved HERE.
Please be patient. It takes about 15 seconds to load but it is worth the wait.

Carlo Draisci Photography

Of Interest:

Video clips from 'A Poet in New York' Q&A

A Flea in Her Ear Production Photos

The Cambridge International Student Film Festival (Cam*Era)

Dragon School

Abingdon School

Pride & Prejudice Blog

Stuart Pearson Wright
A 2006 exhibition of portraits in the Lyttleton Theatre foyer of the National Theatre from 10 April to 20 May included a drawing of Tom Hollander. The drawing was also exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery This display is a celebration of the actor's profession and a survey of the great wealth of talent that exists in Britain today. Bringing together actors from film, theatre and television, these drawings give us a rare insight into their private moments behind the public image, raising questions of self, reality and the performance of everyday life.

Wiki for Rev

Wikipedia for Cutler Beckett
(character from Pirates of the Caribbean)

Bring Back Lord Beckett
If you would like to see them bring Lord Beckett back in a prequel to Pirates of the Caribbean join the campaign to rally the Beckett fans!

A Clockwork Orange Glossary

Christopher Miles—Director's Comments on the filming of "The Clandestine Marriage", 2000.

Nunhead Cemetery Video (Monumental Adventures)


Samuel West

Olivia Colman Online

Griff Rhys Jones

Hugh Bonneville

Julian Rhind-Tutt

Carey Mulligan

Paul Higgins

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