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|Birth date:||July 23, 1982|
|Birth place:||Woking, United Kingdom|
|Height:||6 ft (1.85 m)|
|Education:||Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art|
|Spouse:||Charlotte Coy (m. 2014)|
|Nominations:||Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star Male|
|Movies:||Dead Cat, Jadoo, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, One Day, Steve, The Continuing and Lamentable Saga of the Suicide Brothers, Venus|
|TV shows:||Parade's End, Lost in Austen, Sleepy Hollow|
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Tom Mison Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Tom Mison Net Worth: Tom Mison is an English actor, voice artist, and writer that has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Thomas James Mison was born in London, England in July 1982. He’s famous for his role as Ichabod Crane to the television series Sleepy Hollow. He participated in the American Conservatory Theater’s Young Conservatory program. Mison worked in theatre from 2004 to 2012 and starred in Hamlet. He’s also composed several stage monologues. In 2006 he had a recurring character in the show The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard. Mison has starred in the movies Venus, Heroes and Villains, One Day, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, Jadoo, and Dead Cat. His best known character began in 2013 as Ichabod Crane to the Fox show Sleepy Hollow. Tom wed Charlotte Coy in 2014.
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|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2014||Teen Choice Award||Teen Choice Awards||Choice TV Breakout Star: Male||Sleepy Hollow (2013)|
|2014||TV Guide Award||TV Guide Awards||Favorite Actor||Sleepy Hollow (2013)|
|2014||TV Guide Award||TV Guide Awards||Favorite Duo||Sleepy Hollow (2013)||· Nicole Beharie|
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|1||His great great aunt ran a pub in London with a vaudeville theatre above it. She was in the circus with Charlie Chaplin.|
|2||He played Mr. Darcy during his studies in the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, and Mr. Bingley in TV mini-series "Lost in Austen".|
|3||Graduated from the Webber-Douglas Academy.|
|1||I've always been a history buff. It was one of the few subjects at school that really, really caught me. I think you'll find a lot of actors will be interested in history because it sparks your imagination so much. When you enter a period of history, your imagination just goes wild in creating the world, which is really what acting is.|
|2||I've never felt a strong urge to rush into Hollywood, so I bided my time and waited till I had a decent body of work to show people, the icing on the cake being 'Salmon Fishing' and 'Parade's End.'|
|3||If there are actors that are brilliant, people often wonder whether it's intimidating working alongside them, but it really isn't. It just makes you up your game and want to be better. Rather than cowering in their shadows, it's very encouraging to see someone who's incredible; it makes me want to be a bit more like them.|
|4||The really good thing about 'Sleepy Hollow' is you have no idea who's going to die when... But then equally, we showed in the pilot several people can come back to life, so you have no idea who's going to come back. Death means very little in our Sleepy Hollow, so expect more surprise deaths and more surprise resurrections.|
|5||You do sometimes watch performances and just think, 'I may as well give up. I won't reach that. I may as well give up.' But then there are other actors you watch and just think, 'Oh my God, yes, I want to try and do that. Try and be like that'. And Bryan Cranston is someone who I'd like to try and be like.|
|6||Actors always lie about horse-riding, and it ends terribly. I can horse-ride... ish.|
|7||I can't be described as a sex symbol; I think it's ridiculous.|
|8||I think I must be one of the only actors I know who has never even auditioned for a small part in 'Eastenders.'|
|9||I always like to have faith that an audience will suspend their disbelief, if you present it to them in the right way. I find it peculiar when people scoff at one bold idea, and yet they'll then turn over and watch a man travel through time in a police phone box. I think it's just how you present the idea.|
|10||I'm sorry to bang on about it because I know everyone is, but Bryan Cranston in 'Breaking Bad' is remarkable. To see him switch from 'Malcolm in the Middle' to suddenly become Walter White is incredible. It's a) nice to see an actor given that chance, and b) great to see him really take full advantage of it.|
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