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|Born||Thomas John Guiry
October 12, 1981
Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.
|Children||son (b. 1999) son (b. 2010) daughter (b. 2012)|
Thomas John Guiry (born October 12, 1981) is an American actor.
Guiry was born in New York City and attended St. Gregory the Great school in Hamilton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey from kindergarten through eighth grade, and then high school at Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. In 1989, he briefly starred in a small role as a basketball team captain in the episode titled "Loosiers" (originally aired February 28) from the second season of The Wonder Years. His most notable appearances were in The Sandlot, U-571, The Mudge Boy, and The Four Diamonds. Guiry played Jimmy Donnelly on the NBC drama The Black Donnellys.
In August 2013, Tom Guiry was arrested at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas for allegedly head-butting a police officer after he was told he was too drunk to board a flight. This came just one month after a "Sandlot" reunion for the movie's 20th anniversary in Utah, where it was originally filmed though Guiry was unable to attend the reunion.
- The Sandlot (1993) - Scotty Smalls
- A Place to Be Loved (1993) - Gregory Kingsley
- Lassie (1994) - Matthew Turner
- The Four Diamonds (1995) - Christopher Millard
- The Last Home Run (1998) - Jonathan Lyle
- All I Wanna Do (1998) - 'Frosty' Frost
- Ride with the Devil (1999) - Riley Crawford
- U-571 (2000) - Seaman Ted 'Trigger' Fitzgerald, Radioman
- Tigerland (2000) - Pvt. Cantwell
- Scotland, Pa. (2001) - Malcolm Duncan
- Black Hawk Down (2001) - Sgt. Ed Yurek
- The Mudge Boy (2003) - Perry Foley
- Mystic River (2003) - Brendan Harris
- Bristol Boys (2006) - Michael "Little Man" McCarthy
- Strangers with Candy (2006) - High School Bully
- Steel City (2007) - PJ Lee
- Black Irish (2007) - Terry McKay
- The Black Donnellys (2007) (TV) - Jimmy Donnelly, 13 episodes
- Yonkers Joe (2008) - Joe Jr.
- Kings (2009) (TV) - Ethan Shepherd, 2 episodes
- Joint Body (2010) - Danny Wilson
- Unforgettable (2011) - Ken Horburt