Classically trained at Drama Studio London in 2014, Thomas recently premiered at the BFI as the leading actor alongside leading actress and Hollywood Film star Adjoa Andoh in the film 'The Name of The Prime Minister' written by BBC Writer Martin Jameson and recently selected for the BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Film Festival.
Recent Credits of his include: 'A Chemist from Canada' (Sadler's Wells), The farces 'Smack Family Robinson’ written by the English legend Richard Bean (The Tristan Bates Theatre) and 'Funny Money’ by Ray Cooney for one of the greatest of English Farces (at The Dugdale Centre). He’s just finished a 2nd run as Bottom in 'A Midsummers Night's Dream' at the Theatro Technis and will be performing soon there in two French farces: 'A Flea in Your Ear' and 'A Girl from Maxims' by Georges Feydeau in June. He's delighted to be working again for Act-Provocateur and to be appearing for his 2nd time at the Rudolph Steiner for them in the Chekov Shorts at the end of May.
Alongside his Acting work Thomas works as a freelance accountant and relaxes by taking long walks with his dog and swimming in his time off.