In 2011 Brooke played the dimwitted Lee in Jez Butterworth's much garlanded play Jerusalem at The Royal Court theatre to great acclaim. The following year he reprised the role in the play's first West End run at The Apollo, although he was replaced by Johnny Flynn thereafter, since he had been cast in the lead role of the National Theatre's revival of Arnold Wesker's The Kitchen to critical plaudits, although the reviews of the production were not quite so favourable.
|2004||Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason||Production Assistant|
|2009||The Young Victoria||Man on Soap Box|
|2009||The Boat That Rocked||Thick Kevin|
|2011||The Veteran||Danny Turner|
|2017||The Death of Stalin||Sergei|
|2017||How to Talk to Girls at Parties||PT Waldo|
|2009||Hustle||Diamond expert||Episode: "Diamond Seeker"|
|2010||Thorne: Scaredycat||Martin Palmer|
|2012||The Hollow Crown: Henry V||Nym|
|2013||Game of Thrones||"Lame" Lothar Frey||2 episodes|
Episodes: "The Climb" and "The Rains of Castamere"
|2013||Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Big Four||Lawrence Boswell Tysoe|
|2013||Ripper Street||John Goode||Episode: "Am I Not Monstrous?"|
|2014 - 2017||Sherlock||Bill Wiggins||2 episodes|
|2017||Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams||Episode: "The Commuter"|
- "Tom Brooke joins Game of Thrones". Winter is Coming. 2 August 2012. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
- Andreeva, Nellie (20 May 2015). "Tom Brooke Cast In AMC Pilot 'Preacher'". deadline.com. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
- "Anatol Yusef And Tom Brooke On Playing Preacher's Strangest Duo DeBlanc And Fiore". Pop Culture Now. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
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