Lenk speaking at the 2013 WonderCon at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.
|Born||Thomas Loren Lenk
June 16, 1976
Camarillo, California, U.S.
Thomas Loren "Tom" Lenk (born June 16, 1976) is an American stage and television actor best known for starring as Andrew Wells in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel.
Lenk was born in Camarillo, California, the son of Pam Sherman, a teacher, and Fred Lenk, a tuba player, high school music teacher, and school district computer network administrator. He attended Adolfo Camarillo High School. He graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts.
Lenk has appeared in episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (27 episodes), Angel, NBC's Joey, House, Six Feet Under, Eli Stone and How I Met Your Mother. He has also had small parts in the films Date Movie, The Number 23, and Transformers. Lenk appeared in the Web series Border Patrol, which premiered in June 2008 on Atom.com. In 2009 Lenk appeared as a guest star on Nip/Tuck.
Besides acting, Lenk is a singer and playwright. He has toured with the European cast of Grease and has written three plays. Lenk took over the role of Franz in the Broadway musical Rock of Ages as of September 14, 2009, having originated the role in the Las Vegas and Los Angeles productions in 2006. Lenk frequently posts video blogs of himself on YouTube summing up his latest experiences on Broadway, which are usually called "Tom's Broadway Blogs".
He appeared in commercials for Pepsi Max and, in late 2012, in television ads for QuickBooks. Lenk also appeared in an episode of Psych that poked fun at Buffy the Vampire Slayer (original Buffy actress Kristy Swanson appears in the episode).
Lenk performed in the June 2012 edition of Don't Tell My Mother! (Live Storytelling), a monthly showcase in which authors, screenwriters, actors and comedians share true stories they would never want their mothers to know. In 2013, Lenk joined the upcoming Lifetime series Witches of East End as Hudson Rafferty.
|1997||Boogie Nights||Uncle Floyd's Boy #2|
|1999||Boy Next Door||Chris|
|2000||And Then Came Summer||Drunk boy at party|
|2007||The Number 23||Bookstore Clerk|
|Equal Opportunity||Thomas the Tank Engine|
|Boogeyman 2||Perry||Direct-to-Video Release|
|2010||My Girlfriend's Boyfriend||David Young|
|2012||The Cabin in the Woods||Ronald|
|Much Ado About Nothing||Verges|
|2000||Judging Amy||Alan Higgins||Episode: "The God Thing"|
|2000–2003||Buffy the Vampire Slayer||Cyrus (Minion of Harmony), Andrew Wells||Recurring, 27 episodes|
|2001||Popular||Chicken Delivery Guy||Episode: "The Brain Game"|
|Ruling Class||Unsold TV-Pilot|
|2004||Mystery Girl||Unsold UPN TV-Pilot|
|Angel||Andrew Wells||Episodes: "Damage", "The Girl in Question"|
|Six Feet Under||Young Poet||Episode: "In Case of Rapture"|
|Joey||Thomas||Episode "Joey and the Big Audition"|
|2005||House, M.D.||Allen||Episode: "Spin"|
|2006||How I Met Your Mother||Scott||Episode: "Swarley"|
|2007||Nurses||MRI Technician||FOX TV-Pilot|
|Eli Stone||WPK Assistant||Episode: "Heal the Pain"|
|Samantha Who?||Coffee shop clerk||Episode: "The Girlfriend"
|Do Not Disturb||Victor||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2009||Trust Me||Anti Corporate Idealist||Episode: "Odd Man Out"|
|2011||The Guild||Himself||Episode: "Social Traumas"|
|Greek||Tour Guide Smith||Episode: "Legacy"|
|Psych||Lucien||Episode: "This Episode Sucks"|
|2013||Witches of East End||Hudson Rafferty||Recurring role|
- "Tom Lenk Biography (1976–)". Filmreference.com. 1976-06-16. Retrieved 23 October 2013.
- Prior to appearing as Andrew Wells, Lenk had a role as the vampire Cyrus in the season 5 episode "Real Me",
- Greenbaum, Josh and Ben McMillan (2010). "Border Patrol". Retrieved 23 October 2013.
- www.experiencela.com July 2012
- "'Buffy's' Tom Lenk Joins Lifetime's 'Witches of East End' (Exclusive)". Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2 February 2013.
- "Coming Out But Canceled". The Advocate (1019). November 18, 2008. Retrieved 23 February 2009.[dead link]
- Jensen, Michael (2008-10-28). "Tom Lenk, aka Andrew from"Buffy", is officially out!". Retrieved 23 October 2013.
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