Tom Ellis

Tom Ellis Movies and TV Shows

Tom Ellis is a Welsh actor, best known for playing Dr. Oliver Cousins in the BBC soap opera "EastEnders" and Detective Sergeant Sam Speed in a "Life on Mars" parody in the "The Catherine Tate Show. He was also Sam in the BBC comedy "Pulling", and plays Gary in Miranda Hart's BBC2 comedy "Miranda".  Other notable roles include Justyn in Channel 4's "No Angels" and Thomas Milligan in the series three finale of British science-fiction television programme "Doctor Who". He also starred in the ITV comedy drama "Monday Monday" during July and August 2009 alongside Fay Ripley. Ellis is married to actress Tamzin Outhwaite. The family moved to England and Ellis attended High Storrs School in Sheffield and was a French Horn player in the City of Sheffield Youth Orchestra. He was also a huge Sheffield Wednesday fan, but now supports Arsenal.

Personal info

  • Gender: Male
  • Date of birth: 11/17/1979 (43 years old)
  • Place of birth: Cardiff, Wales, UK
  • nationality: British
  • height: 1.91 m
  • Net worth: $6,000,000
  • twitter: tomellis17
  • instagram: officialtomellis

Acting

Year
Genre
IMDB
TMDB
Available on the following streaming services in the United States
Lucifer
IMDB 8.1
TMDB 85%
role:
Executive Producer & 2 more
2016

Crime

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

8.1
85%
Rush
IMDB 7.6
TMDB 76%
role:
Dr. William P. Rush
2014

Drama

7.6
76%
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Miranda
IMDB 8.2
TMDB 76%
role:
Gary Preston
2009

Comedy

8.2
76%
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2009

Comedy

Drama

7.2
100%
2002

Comedy

Crime

Drama

Thriller

War & Politics

6.7
63%
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
IMDB 7.5
TMDB 79%
role:
John Browdie
2001

Drama

7.5
79%
Not available

FAQs

Some movies or TV shows available in the United States starring or involving Tom Ellis are, for example, Isn't It Romantic, Lucifer and The Secret of Crickley Hall.
The streaming services with the largest selection are Prime Video, Amazon and Google Play.
The best StreamHint ratings are Monday Monday (8.6), Lucifer (8.3) and Miranda (7.9).
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