(Thomas M. Wright) is an actor, writer, director and producer, born 22 June 1983 in Melbourne, Australia the eldest of three children.
(Thomas M. Wright) is an actor, writer, director and producer, born 22 June 1983 in Melbourne, the eldest of three children.
He is the co-Founder and Director of .
As an actor, he featured as Thomas Bodenham in the film Van Diemen's Land
(2008), as murdered journalist Brian Peters in Robert Connolly's Balibo
(2008), in Matthew Saville's The King: The Story of Graham Kennedy (2007) and in the soon to be released Torn (2010), directed by Eric Manchester.
He has played roles for The Malthouse Theatre
and Melbourne Theatre Company
and in 2011 will portray the title role for The Malthouse Theatre and Sydney Theatre Company
production of , directed by Simon Stone.
As a writer, designer and director, for The Black Lung Theatre and Whaling Firm in 2011 – (Queensland Theatre Company), (Belvoir St. Theatre) featuring and written by Gareth Davies, and , a co-production with East Timorese companies Liurai Foer (King Bin) and Galaxie, to be created in East Timor and presented in 2012.
He is at work as director on The Plague Cycle, with author Declan Greene, a large scale installation piece, and a production with , to be presented in 2012.
He has featured in the short films Everything I See – Ari Wegner (2007), Songs In The Key of Death – Alex Bryant (2008), The Bloody Sweet Hit – Damien Walshe Howling (2009) and PAM... Read More