Tom's motion picture credits include: HUMAN ERROR, (New Deal Pictures), directed by Robert M. Young and produced by Tom Bower
; TULCE LUPER SUITCASE, directed by Peter Greenaway
; The Laramie Project
, (HBO/Good Machine), directed by Moises Kaufman; THE BADGE, with Billy Bob Thornton
(Lions Gate), directed by Robby Henson; HIGH CRIMES (20th Century Fox), starring Ashley Judd
and Morgan Freeman
and directed by Carl Franklin
; HEARTS IN ATLANTIS (Castle Rock), starring Anthony Hopkins
, Hope Davis
and David Morse
and directed by Scott Hicks
; BILL'S GUN SHOP, starring John Ashton
, directed by Dean Hyers and produced by Tom Bower; POLLOCK (Sony Classics), starring and directed by Ed Harris
; MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL, starring Mel Gibson
, directed by Wim Wenders
; SHADRACH (Nu Image, Susanna Styron, Director) which premiered and opened the 1998 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival; THE NEGOTIATOR (New Regency, F. Gary Grey, Director); POODLE SPRINGS (Mirage, Citadel, Bob Rafelson
, Director); THE BUFFALO SOLDIERS (Citadel, Charles Haid, Director); THE POSTMAN (Warner Bros., Kevin Costner
, Director); NIXON (Disney, Oliver Stone
, Director); GEORGIA (Mirimax, Ulu Grosbard
, Director); WHITE MAN'S BURDEN (Rysher Entertainment, Desmond Nakano, Director); CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER (Paramount, Philip Noyce, Director); DIE HARD II (20th Century Fox, Renny Harlin
, Director); FAR FROM HOME THE ADVENTURES OF YELLOWDOG (20th Century Fox, Philip Borsos, Director); RIVER'S EDGE (Island, Tim Hunter, Director); WILDROSE (Troma, John Hanson, Director); THE BALLAD OF GREGORIO CORTEZ (Embassy, Robert M. Young, Director); SHADOWS (John Cassavettes, Director) and others.
Tom has also appeared on numerous television programs and made for tv films, including, The Guardian, The Practice, Law & Order, West Wing, The Beast, The X-Files, Roswell, NYPD Blue, The Pennsylvania Miners' Story (ABC MOW); Monday After the Miracle (MOW, CBS, Dan Petrie Sr., Director), Riders of the Purple Sage for TNT; Attica Against the Wall for HBO and, Arliss for HBO.
A veteran of the stage, Tom has appeared in more than 80 theatrical productions across the United States. Including a recent production of Harold Pinter's The Caretaker, for which the production received the Best Revival award from LA Weekly.
He is one of the founding members of The Loretta Theatre and serves on the Board of Directors.
In 1981, Tom was invited by Robert Redford to be a resource actor at the Sundance Institute for film and television. He has remained active in the Institute since that time, and has served as a member of the Nominating Committee.
Tom serves on various committees at The Screen Actors' Guild and is Co-Chair of the Rule One Committee and Chair of the Indie Outreach Program at the Screen Actors Guild.
Tom is also on the Advisory Board of the Minnesota Film Board and Chief Creative Officer for New Deal Pictures in Denver, Colorado.