Tom’s illustrious career stretches from acting and singing, to television host and theatrical producer. He first shot to stardom in the ‘80s when he was cast in the title role in the box office hit, The Man from Snowy River, which became one of the most successful Australian films ever made. This led to a string of starring roles in movies such as Phar Lap, Eureka Stockade, Flesh and Blood, The Legend of Kootenai Brown, The Man from Snowy River II, and many more.
In the ‘90’s, Tom revealed that as well as being an immensely talented actor, he also had an amazing voice. His first professional singing engagement was as the voice of the young Frank Sinatra in the Warner Brothers mini-series ‘Sinatra’. More recently, Tom created and starred in the acclaimed theatrical production ‘Frank – A Life in Song’, which played highly successful seasons at premier venues around Australia, including Sydney’s Star City and Melbourne’s Crown Casino.
In 2007 Tom appeared as a judge in the hit TV show for the Seven Network ‘Australia’s Got Talent’. In December of that year he was honoured to be asked by Las Vegas entrepreneur Steve Wynn to perform his Sinatra material at a special engagement at Wynn Las Vegas resort. In 2008 and 2009 Tom continued in his role as a judge on ‘Australia’s Got Talent’ Tom gas a new feature film called “The Cup” which will be released in October this year.