About Tom Burke

Tom Burke is a well known English actor who was popularly known for his roles in the series “The Musketeers,” “War & Peace” and “Strike” where he has been seen working actively since the year 1999.

Quick Info
Full NameTom Burke
Date of Birth30 June 1981
Birth PlaceLondon, England
Parents David Burke, and Anna Calder-Marshall
Zodiac signCancer
OccupationActor
Net Worth$22 million.

Personal Life and Relationship

Tom Burke was born on 30 June 1981 in London, England as a son of his father, David Burke, and mother, Anna Calder-Marshall. His parents were actors where his godparents also used to be actors.

To talk about his relationship, he is currently single and has no mention of any relationship as he used to keep his personal life private like other celebrities.

Nationality and Physical Stats

Tom Burke holds an English nationality and belongs to Irish, English, Scottish, and distant German. He is currently 39 years old with a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) and a weight of 78 kg. He had got brown hair with brown eyes. As he was born on 30 June, his zodiac sign is Cancer.

Tom BurkeEarly Life and Education

Tom Burke was born with a cleft lip for which he had reconstructive surgery. From his early life, he was interested in acting and wanted to be an actor. Later, he joined the National Youth Theatre, and after that, he went to Arden Theatre. Also, he attended the Box Clever Theatre Company.

While he was a child, he had trouble reading as he was diagnosed with dyslexia, which made him hard academically. Later, he decided to leave school before his A-level study; at that time, he was 17 years old. After that, he wrote to an acting agency where he became able to have the role. When he was 18 years old, he joined a dance school before being accepted at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Career

Film Career

Tom Burke was cast as Roland in a fantasy action-adventure drama “Dragonheart: A New Beginning,” where it was released in 2000. After that, he was seen playing the role of Connor in the movie “The Burl,” which was released in 2003. In 2004, Burke was seen appearing as Andy in the movie “Squaddie” and then, he was seen playing the role of Vaughan in a British-Australian drama movie “The Libertine” in 2005.

In 2006, he was seen playing the role of Daniel Clay in the movie “The Enlightenment,” and then he was seen appearing as John ‘Baggy’ Bagley in the British sex comedy movie “I Want Candy” in 2007. In the same year, he was seen as Sam in the movie “Supermarket Sam” and Edgar in “The Collectors.”

Later, he was seen as Bluey in the British horror thriller movie “Donkey Punch” which was released in 2008. Further, he was seen playing the role of Geoff Goddard in the movie “Telstar: The Joe Meek Story,” which was in 2009. In the year, he was seen appearing as Vicomte Demond in the romantic comedy-drama movie “Cheri” and then seen in the movies like “Death in Charge” and “Roar.”

Besides, Tom Burke had been seen cast as Mr. Hayes in a British biographical drama movie, “The Kid,” in 2010. After that, he was seen as Davy in the British drama movie “Third Star.” Further, he was seen appearing in the movies like “Look, Stranger,” “An Enemy to Die For,” “The Hooligan Factory,” and “The Show.” Burke was also seen in a British spy thriller movie “Cleanskin” as Mark and seen appearing in the crime movie “Only God Forgives” as Billy. Likewise, he was also seen playing a role in a British biographical drama movie “The Invisible Woman” and seen in the drama movie “The Souvenir.”

In 2020, he was seen as Orson Welles in an American biographical drama movie “Mank.”

Tom BurkeTelevision Career

Tom Burke started his television career in 1999 as Gavin Kirkdale is a British television medical drama series “Dangerfield.” In the same year, he was seen as Private Chad Batterbee in a television movie, “All the King’s Men.” In 2003, he was seen appearing in a British television drama series “State of Play” as Syd and also seen in series like “The Young Visiters,” “POW” and “Bella and the Boys.”

Further, he was cast as Julian Britton in a crime drama television series, “The Inspector Lynley Mysteries.” Likewise, he was seen in a television comedy-drama series “Casanova” and a crime drama series “The Brief” in 2005. Later, he was seen in a crime drama series, “Jericho,” where he was seen playing the role of Edward Wellesley.

Also, he was seen appearing in several series including “All About George,” “Number 13”, “Dracula,” “The Trial of Tony Blair,” “Heroes and Villains,” “In Love with Barbara,” “Agatha Christie’s Poirot” and “Great Expectations.” In 2012, he was seen playing the role of Bill Kendall in a British television drama series, “The Hour,” and then in 2013; he was seen playing the role of Ben in a British sitcom, “Heading Out.”

From the year 2013 to 2014, he had been cast as Philip Carvel in a black comedy-conspiracy thriller drama television series “Utopia.” Later, Tom Burke was seen playing the main character as Athos in an action drama programmed “The Musketeers.”  He was seen in a historical drama television serial “War & Peace,” in 2016. From 2017 to now; he was seen playing the role of Cormoran Strike as the main character of the crime drama television program “Strike.” In 2020, he was cast as Derek ‘Dazzle’ Jennings in the historical drama “The Crown.”

Tom BurkeTheatre Career

In 2002, Tom Burke was seen in the play “Gertrude- The Cry” as Hamlet at Riverside Studios. After that, he was seen appearing in the plays like “The Wax King (Henry VI, Part 3)”, “Fragile Land,” “The Monument,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Macbeth,” “The Incarcerator,” “The Cut,” “Scenes from an Execution,” “Glass Eels,” “Don Juan Comes Back From the War,” “I’ll Be The Devil,” “Excerpt from The Poisoned Atmosphere,” “Creditors,” “Restoration,” “Design for Living” and “reasons to be pretty.” The play “Excerpt from The Poisoned Atmosphere” was directed by him.

In 2012, he was seen playing Louis Dubedat in the play “The Doctor’s Dilemma” at National Theatre. In 2016, he was seen as Greg in the play “Reasons to be Happy” and as Freddie Page in the play “Deep Blue Sea.” In 2019, he was cast as Johannes Rosmer in the play” Rosmersholm.”

Net Worth

The estimated net worth of Tom Burke is $22 million.

 

 

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