Thomas Bewley has had plenty of variety in his career since training as a member of The Actors' Company ten years ago. After making his professional stage debut at Jermyn Street Theatre in October 2006 as Coulmier in Marat/Sade, he went on in August 2007 to create the role of Father Michael in Nick Awde's Blood Confession at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Since then he has appeared in summer festival productions at the National Trust's Greyfriars garden in Worcester, Broughton Castle, Banbury, where some of Shakespeare in Love was filmed, and the Pendley Shakespeare Festival, and the inaugural Petersfield Shakespeare Festival held at Bedales School in 2012. At the same time he has achieved great success as Aigner in the one-man play Siberia by Austria's leading contemporary dramatist Felix Mitterer, including a sold-out run at the Burton Taylor Theatre in Oxford, and winning the Best Play award at the Camden SOLO Festival 2011. More recently he appeared as Professor Christopher Riley in Shadowlands at the Attic Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon.
Thomas has been in regular demand on the film front. Besides appearing in a variety of short films, including the award-winning Private Miller 18940325 and A Brunette Kiss, he played the infamous Aleister Crowley ('sensitively played', 'played with relish') in In Search of the Great Beast 666, a docu-drama released as a DVD in September 2007, with narration by Joss Ackland and music score by Rick Wakeman. Most recently he has been filming The Man Who Knew Infinity, about the struggle 100 years ago that Cambridge mathematician E H Hardy (Jeremy Irons) had to get Trinity College to accept as a Fellow the Indian mathematical genius Ramanujan (Dev Patel).
Other work has included a TV appearance as Sir Isaac Newton in The Mystery Files on the National Geographic Channel, some of the narration for Way2Go Guides to London, two commercials and corporate work.