Happy Birthday, Tom!


Today we celebrate Tom Mison,


the man with the best left eyebrow


and the nicest calves in the business.


He is charming,






and very, very humble.


Please give a tip o' the hat to Tom,


and wish him the most wonderful of birthdays.


Here's hoping he has a fantastic day filled with joy and laughter and many happy returns.


Feel free to leave your birthday greetings below in the comments, or tweet them today using the hashtag #TMisBDay. No guarantee he'll see them, but putting good wishes out into the world is never a bad idea, eh?


Sleepy Hollow: UK's Paramount Channel Re-Airs Series



Sleepy Hollow first aired in the UK on the Universal Channel, a pay station, but now the series will be resurrected and all 4 seasons will run on the new, free Paramount Channel. The pilot aired on Wednesday, July 18th and the series will continue every Wednesday at 9pm. If you missed it, you can catch up with their My5 app or on the My5 website.

Paramount also released this trailer:


SLEEPY HOLLOW SEASON 1 PROMO - PARAMOUNT NETWORK from Channel 5 Press Office on Vimeo.


Metro included the show in their "What To Catch This Week" column, and singled out Tom's performance:

"Brit actor Tom Mison (pictured, with Nicole Beharie) banishes all thoughts of Johnny Depp in the film version with a casually charismatic turn as Ichabod Crane"


Photo by Brownie Harris/Fox

Watchmen: Tom Cast in HBO Pilot



TVLine is reporting that Tom has joined an incredible cast that includes Jeremy Irons and Regina King, in the HBO pilot based on the comic series of the same name. Damon Lindelof (Lost, The Leftovers) wrote the pilot and will serve as the Executive Producer. TVLine is reporting that Tom has a lead role, but nothing else is known beyond that. Lindelof has commented that the show is not an adaptation of the original comics, but takes place in the same world in present day. The pilot wrapped shooting in Atlanta, GA a couple of days ago. Stay tuned for more details!


Photo by Coty Tarr

The Way of the World: Final Performances Today



Today marks the final two performances of the Donmar Warehouse's The Way of the World, and we say goodbye to Tom's wicked Fainall. The play was so well received, with many marveling that the cast was able to make a restoration comedy, with its maze of relationships, plot twists and complicated language, such a delight. Congratulations to the cast and the director, James Macdonald, for a job well done!


Photo by Johann Persson