October 26, 1963
58 years old
6 ft 0 in | 183 cm
77 kg | 170 lbs
Thomas Cavanagh was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on October 26, 1963, is a Canadian actor.
Young Tom Cavanagh began his professional acting career in 1991.
He made his big screen debut in action drama fantasy film White Light (1991) in role as Ella's Secretary.
He got his television debut in NBC action drama series Secret Service (1993) in role as Charlie.
Tom's breakthrough performance came as Ed Stevens in NBC comedy drama television series Ed (2000-2004).
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Tom Cavanagh is 58 years old.
Tom Cavanagh net worth is around 4 million dollars.
He directed and starred in role as Tom in short film Tom and Grant (2018), for which was nominated for the Leo Awards for Best Direction in a Short Drama and Best Performance by a Male in a Short Drama.
He won the Christian Film Festival-Menchville Baptist Church Awards for Best Villain and Best Actor Supporting for his role as Pastor Spencer in drama movie Be the Light (2020).
He played Miles in mystery television films:
Darrow & Darrow (2017)
Darrow & Darrow: In the Key of Murder (2018)
Darrow & Darrow: Body of Evidence (2018)
Witness to Murder: A Darrow Mystery (2019)
He portrayed Nick Snowden in Christmas-themed comedy movies:
Snow 2: Brain Freeze (2008)
He was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special for his role as Val Duncan in drama thriller film Bang Bang You're Dead (2002).
Gray Matters (2006) romantic comedy opposite Heather Graham and Bridget Moynahan
How to Eat Fried Worms (2006) comedy with Luke Benward and Hallie Eisenberg
Two Weeks (2006) comedy drama opposite Sally Field and Ben Chaplin
Breakfast with Scot (2007) comedy with Ben Shenkman and Jeananne Goossen
Yogi Bear (2010) live-action animated comedy opposite Dan Aykroyd and Anna Faris
Corrective Measures (2022) action science fiction thriller with Bruce Willis and Michael Rooker
He won the OFTA Television Award for Best Actor in a New Comedy Series for his role as Ed Stevens in NBC comedy drama television series Ed (2000-2004).
He won the Gold Derby TV Award for Comedy Guest Actor and was nominated for the OFTA Television Award for Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as Dan Dorian in NBC/ABC medical comedy drama television series Scrubs (2002-2009).
He was nominated for the Gold Derby TV Award for Drama Guest Actor for his role as Jimmy McAllister in The WB drama television series Jack & Bobby (2004).
He was nominated for the Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Villain and a IGN Summer Movie Award for Best TV Villain for his role as Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash, Harrison Wells in The CW superhero television drama series The Flash (2014–2022), he also make an appearance in Arrow (2017–2018) and Legends of Tomorrow (2017, 2020).
He had recurring role as Doug Boyce in NBC medical drama television series Providence (1999-2000).
The Capture of the Green River Killer (2008) Lifetime Movie Network miniseries in role as Dave Reichert
Trust Me (2009) TNT drama series in role as Conner
He had recurring role as Jack O'Malley in USA Network comedy drama television series Royal Pains (2011-2012).
The Following (2014) Fox crime thriller series in role as Kingston Tanner
Studied French at Séminaire de Sherbrooke.
Graduated from Queens University in Ontario (1987), with three degrees in English, biology and education.
Has one brother and three sisters.
Has Irish ancestry.
Fan of Montreal Canadiens.
Featured in Canadian TV commercial for Labatt's Blue beer.
He voiced Ranger Smith in video game Yogi Bear: The Video Game (2010).
He dated actress Paula Cale (2000).
He married Maureen Grise in 2004, they have two daughters:Katie, Alice Ann and two sons: Thomas Jr., James Joseph.