Tom Knickerbocker debuted
at the Colony in How to
Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and appeared in the Colony
Second Stage Production of Einstein
and the Polar Bear.
Some other theatre credits
include the world premier of Only a Kingdom, as Prime Minister Baldwin,
and Moon Over Buffalo, with JoAnne Worley, both at the Pasadena
Playhouse. Tom was also in the critically acclaimed David's Mother
at the Company of Angels, for which he received an Ovation nomination.
His myriad other theatre roles range from John Worthing in The Importance
of Being Earnest and Murray Burns in A Thousand Clowns to Jacques
Brel . . . and Li'l Abner.
Some of Tom's television
guest star credits include Profiler, 7th Heaven, Any Day Now, It's Like,
You Know . . . ., Start Trek: The Next Generation, Beverly Hills, 90210,
several movies-of-the-week and all the daytime dramas, including Sunset
In feature films Tom has
had the good fortune along the way to work with two Academy Award-winning
directors: Mike Nichols in Universal's Primary Colors and William
Friedkin in Rules of Engagement, starring Tommy Lee Jones and Samuel
If his face looks familiar,
it's because Tom's been seen as the purveyor of goods and services in over