Ever binged an episode of The Royals or a more recent one of The Bold Type? Or, have you seen the 2014 action film, Ironclad: Battle for Blood? If so, chances are, you’ve watched Tom Austen grace your screen. The English actor, at only 32 years old, has held acting roles since he was a child. But aside from these TV masterpieces, what else has Tom Allen been in?
Who is Tom Austen?
Tom Austen, whose real name is Thomas Carter, was born on September 15, 1988 in Hampshire, England. He attended school at Queen’s College in Taunton, England and Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Austen premiered his acting talent in his first on-screen project as Anto in a 2010 episode of Shameless.
Tom Austen has appeared in a wide spectrum of screen performances, including TV mini-series, TV series, movies and even a video game. Ever since his first on-screen appearance, his acting career has taken off successfully, allowing him casting roles in multiple different projects.
What Movies Has Tom Austen Been In?
Though most of Austen’s work falls in the TV series category, he has appeared in some movies, including Legendary: Tomb of the Dragon (2013), Ironclad: Battle for Blood (2014), Bitter Harvest (2017) and a short film, No. 89 (2019).
Additionally, Austen has appeared as Robin/Timothy Drake in Batman: Arkham VR, a popular 2016 video game.
What Television Shows Has Tom Austen Been In?
Austen’s presence in television shows spans wide, starting with a small appearance in 2010 for Shameless. Following this role, Austen also took small roles in Doctors (2011), The Borgias (2012), Misfits (2012), London Irish (2013), Agatha Christie’s Poirot (2013) and The Unforgotten (2015). He has also appeared in a few episodes of The Bold Type in 2020 and eleven episodes of the British detective drama series, Grantchester from 2014-2017.
As far as main television show roles, Austen has starred in the following: Beaver Falls, Jo and The Royals.
On October 16 this year, Hulu will premiere Helstrom, a show about Marvel characters Daimon and Satana Helstrom. Austen will play Daimon. Helstrom’s trailer recently dropped, showing a quick look at all the series will have to offer.