His film work includes Hellraiser IV, Leprechaun III, Stuart
Smalley Saves His Family, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and The
Naked Gun. While on The Tracey Ullman Show he caught the attention of
Ivan Reitman who cast Tom in five of his films: Ghostbusters II,
Kindergarten Cop, Dave, Beethoven II, and Junior. Tom's TV credits
include The Practice, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Even Stevens Movie, Just Shoot Me, Chicago Hope, Party of Five, Lois and Clark, Santa Barbara, Alien Nation and
His other theatre credits include Amadeus (ITL Award), Misery (opposite Susan Rattan), On Golden Pond (starring Jack Klugman), Dublin Carol (Ensemble Theatre), and Friends Like These (with Donna Mills). Tom is also an accomplished playwright whose critically acclaimed one-man shows include Oscar To Oscar, a comic salute to the Academy Awards; Robert E. Lee: Shades of Gray, which continues to tour across the country; and Frederick Douglass: In theS hadow of Slavery, starring Mel Johnson Jr. Tom looks forward to portraying one of the great heroes of the twentieth century in his newest solo drama, Nazi Hunter: Simon Wiesenthal, premiering at The Torrance Cultural Arts Center in February of 2009.