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22May

Arcadia: You Magazine interview

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Tomorrow's You Magazine carries a brief interview with Tom and photo as part of a feature on young British theatre actors. Read the interview on the website.

Playbill have a photo of Tom with Arcadia co-star Bel Powley attending yesterday's 77th Drama League Awards.

12May

FHM interview & photoshoot now online

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Hi-res images of the photo-shoot and interview which Tom did recently for FHM magazine have been uploaded to the ArtWingNY Blog.

Brit Tom Riley who currently is starring in Arcadia on Broadway posed for FHM Magazine for ArtWingNY‘s Phil Knott. Phil has recently shot campaigns for Nike, Joseph Abboud and EA Sports.

30Mar

Life of Riley - GQ Feature May 2011

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The May 2011 edition of GQ magazine has a 2 page feature with Tom, including a fantastic photoshoot by James Dimmock and an interview, where he mentions Monroe and Arcadia. The magazine is on sale in the UK now.

When GQ was setting up a shoot in New York with up-and-coming British actor Tom Riley, it was decided from the off that he should wear Moschino. The label and the actor went together perfectly, both classic, yet with a twist.

05Mar

The Bird Man of Iraq - FHM photoshoot & interview

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There is a 5 page feature with Tom, in the April 2011 issue of FHM, complete with a great interview by Rob McGarr, and gorgeous photoshoot by Phil Knott. The magazine is on sale in UK now. 

25Feb

Arcadia interview & photoshoot - Broadway.com

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Arcadia interview for Broadway.com by Michael Mellini  - Feb 2011 with photoshoot on the website.

Age and Hometown: 29; Maidstone, England

Current Role: a Broadway debut performance as suave 19th century mathematics tutor Septimus Hodge in the Broadway revival of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia.

09Jul

Website Interview

PART ONE

Guilty Pleasures and Favourites   

TV:

Favourite -

The Wire is the greatest television show ever made, but Lost remains a close second for having slipped such a complex and intelligent show under the radar and onto a mainstream American TV network.

Guilty pleasure –