Welcome to the website of Thomas Bewley, former actor
Thomas Bewley

A professional actor from 2006 to 2018, Thomas has been involved in a wide variety of professional work. Theatre has included a solo performance in the award-winning play Siberia, as well as several summer Shakespeare festivals.

On the film front he has played the notorious Aleister Crowley, narrated The Strange Fate of Eli Jesus and appeared in several scenes with Jeremy Irons in The Man Who Knew Infinity. His most recent commercial was: Old Friends - A Tribute to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade – see below. And in autumn 2017 he devised and directed a programme to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the publication of John Milton's Paradise Lost.

Now, following major heart surgery in 2017, he has reluctantly decided to withdraw from all major commitments. This includes giving up his membership of Spotlight and Equity, as well as no longer being represented by Longrun Artistes. However, he will continue to pursue his interests at a local level, including exploring Dorothy Sayers' sequence of radio plays Man Born To Be King.

He is also happy to field enquiries about the history of the Bewley family, which is accessible on this website.


Old Friends: A Tribute to Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

© Thomas Bewley | 2018