Thom Christopher

Thom Christopher won the Clarence Derwent and Theatre World Awards in his Broadway debut in Noel Coward’s last play, “NOEL COWARD IN TWO KEYS” as the fourth cast member with Anne Baxter, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. He is also an Emmy Award winner for his Carlo Hesser on ABC’s “ONE LIFE TO LIVE.” Other memorable theatre roles are McMurphy in “ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST”, Zorba in the musical “ZORBA!”, Fagin in “OLIVER!”, Astrov in “UNCLE VANYA”, Von Trapp in “THE SOUND OF MUSIC”, and Fred/Petruchio in “KISS ME KATE”. JOAN; THE WOMEN OF CAMELOT,” and Col. Dax on CBS’ “GUIDING LIGHT”; and TV viewers know him as Hawk on NBC’s “BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25th CENTURY” and for his numerous guest star appearances on “MURDER, SHE WROTE,” “LAW AND ORDER,” and many others. His most recent films are “NOLA” (Tribecca Film Festival 2003, national release fall/winter 2003-04), “BEIRUT”, “PERIL”, “BLOOD AND WINE”, and “THE PAPER.”Most recently on TV he was Aristotle Onassis in the NBC miniseries “JACKIE, ETHEL.