Tom Price (actor)

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Tom Price
The Hub 4-2012-30-01.jpg
Tom Price at "The Hub", a Torchwood Convention
Born Thomas Price
(1980-07-12) 12 July 1980 (age 34)
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Beth Morrey

Tom Price (born 12 July 1980) is a British actor, voice-over artist and stand-up comedian from Monmouth, Wales.[1] He is married to TV producer Beth Morrey, who is most noted for being the creator of hit Channel 4 quiz format Wogan's Perfect Recall.

TV and film career[edit]

Price's first TV appearance was playing a waiter in an episode of Absolute Power. He is known to television audiences for being one of the stars of the Five comedy sketch show Swinging. He has also appeared in a recurring role as police officer Andy Davidson in a number of episodes of Torchwood, a spin-off from the long running science fiction series Doctor Who. In 2008 he starred in the BBC Three sketch show The Wrong Door and filmed the role of Darrin Stephens in a pilot UK remake of Bewitched, which never got aired. Other TV appearances include Doctors (2009) and Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2010). Tom also features in Renault TV's program The Key. In 2011 Price reprised the role of Andy Davidson in Torchwood: Miracle Day, airing on BBC One and US premium television network Starz.[2]

In addition to his TV performances Price has appeared in a minor role in the films The Boat that Rocked and Hereafter.[3]

Other projects[edit]

Price appeared as Gordon, a young drunken doctor, in the BBC Radio 4 comedy show Rigor Mortis for three series, alongside Peter Davison, Geoffrey Whitehead, Matilda Ziegler and, for series one, Tracy-Ann Oberman. His radio credits also include the Torchwood Radio Play Asylum, in which he reprised his role as Andy.

He regularly hosts the topical comedy radio show What's the Story? on BBC Radio Wales.[4]

Price often performs as a stand-up comedian in and around London. He was in the final of the Daily Telegraph Open Mic award in 2001. He took his debut stand-up show, Say When, to the Edinburgh Festival in 2011,[5] and a reviewer described his comedic style as "easygoing, good-natured autobiographical".[6]

In 2011 he appeared in an 8-part comedy reality series called World Series of Dating on BBC3.[7] He starred in an episode of Celebrity Ready Steady Cook in 2010.[8]

In advertising, Price was one of the faces of Destination Three, and he presented Senseless on MTV. He has appeared in Velvet Triple Soft and Trident "Mastication for the Nation" adverts, and has been the voice of Nescafe. He has performed in a Virgin Atlantic advert and appeared in jingles on the comedy podcast Answer Me This!.[9]


Year(s) Title Role More information
2014 Stella (UK TV series) Andy TV Series - Stella at IMDb
Topsy and Tim Paul TV Series - Topsy and Tim at IMDb
2013 The Search for Simon Simon (older) Movie - The Search for Simon at IMDb
2012 Walk or Fly Maths Teacher TV Series - Walk or Fly at IMDb
World Series of Dating James Chetwyn-Talbot TV Series - World Series of Dating at IMDb
2011 Holy Flying Circus Tim Rice TV movie
My Family Boy TV episode "Germs of Endearment"
2010 D.O.A. Luke Chambers TV Movie D.O.A at IMDb
Hereafter Man Hereafter at IMDb
Secret Diary of a Call Girl Simon Episode #3.3
2009 Doctors Richie Dunston TV Episode - "Rivals"
Hotel Trubble Prince Wally TV Episode - "Royal Trubble"
The Boat That Rocked Undisclosed The Boat That Rocked on IMDb
2008 The Wrong Door Various The Wrong Door at IMDb
2007 The Scum Also Rises Billy TV Movie - The Scum Also Rises at IMDb
Living with Two People You Like Individually... But Not as a Couple Craig TV Series - Living with Two People You Like Individually... But Not as a Couple at IMDb
Nuclear Secrets Pragnell, Max TV mini-series - Nuclear Secrets at IMDb
2006–2011 Torchwood Andy Davidson Recurring role
2005 Swinging Various TV Programme - Swinging at IMDb
Absolute Power Waiter TV Series - Absolute Power at IMDb


  1. ^ "Tom Price". The Comedy Club. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "Torchwood: Week Three Filming". Doctor Who News. 2011-01-30. Retrieved 2012-09-25. 
  3. ^
  4. ^ What's the Story? on BBC Radio Wales
  5. ^ Edinburgh Festival 2011 listings
  6. ^ Kettle, James (23 July 2011). "This week's new comedy". The Guardian. Retrieved 5 August 2011. 
  7. ^ "World Series of Dating". BBC. 23 July 2011. Retrieved 5 August 2011. 
  8. ^ "Ready Steady Cook, Series 21, Episode 22". BBC. 2010. Retrieved 2010-01-03. 
  9. ^ "ANSWER ME THIS! Best Internet Programme 2011 - Sony Radio Academy Awards (Gold)". Retrieved 2012-09-25. 

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