Tom-Mison
Tom Mison | Biography

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  • Full Name Thomas James Mison
  • Nickname Tom Mison
  • Occupation Actor
  • Nationality English
  • Birthplace Surrey, England
  • Birth Date Jul 23, 1982
  • Age 40 Years, 2 Months
Cast of Fox's Supernatural TV Series 'Sleepy Hollow'

Tom Mison | Biography

Famous as Lord Harlan in the Apple TV+'s adventurous action drama 'See'

Mison joined 'See' on 27 August 2021 from the first episode of its season 2. He portrayed the character Lord Harlan, the ruler of the city of Pennsa, appearing in a total of 8 episodes of the 2nd season. He will also reprise his character in season 3 of the show.


Tom Mison is an actor and voice-over artist. He is mainly known as Ichabod Crane in the award-winning Fox TV series Sleepy Hollow (2013-2017).

Who is Tom Mison?

Tom Mison is an English actor who began his acting career as a stage performer in 2004. 

Later, Mison debuted on the small screen with a minor role in the TV series Mysterious Island (2005). His debut role followed his appearances in other TV series like The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard (2006), Secret Diary of a Call Girl (2007), Poirot (2008), and New Tricks (2010).

His other recognized roles include Charles Bingley in Lost in Austen (2008 Mini TV Series), Mark in Jadoo (2013 Movie), Quentin in Four Weddings, and a Funeral (2019 TV Series), etc.

Besides TV series and films, Mison has also made quite a name for himself as a theater artist. One of his first performances on-stage was in the Old Vic Theater, as Fortinbras in the play Hamlet

His famous theater roles are Gabriel in When the Rain Stops Falling (2009), James Leighton-Masters in Posh (2010), and The Way of the World (2018).

Early Bio and Education

Tom Mison was born Thomas James Mison on 23 July 1982 in Surrey, England. He studied music and drama at Hurtwood House School, an independent boarding school in Surrey. Later, he joined Webber Douglas Academy as a drama student. While there, he won the 'Sir John Gielgud Trust Award' (2001-2004).

In 2001, as a drama student, Mison took part in the Young Conservatory Program organized by the American Conservatory Theater. There, he did his theater career's first act in the play Time on Fire.

'See'

See is an Apple TV+'s adventurous action drama by Steven Knight. The series telecasted its first episode on 1 November 2019. The show aired 17 episodes, concluding its second season on 15 October 2021.

Mison joined See on 27 August 2021 from the first episode of its season 2. He portrayed the character Lord Harlan, the ruler of the city of Pennsa, appearing in a total of 8 episodes of the 2nd season. Lately, Mison also confirmed the season 3 renewal in his October 2021 interviews with the Schon Magazine. According to the same interview, the crew has almost completed filming the third season, and we can expect to see Mison's character, Lord Harlan's new side.

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Tom Mison as his character Lord Harlan in See (Photo: Instagram)

'Sleepy Hollow'

Sleepy Hollow is a Fox channel's supernatural TV series that premiered on 16 September 2013. Inspired by The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow, the show aired four seasons with 62 episodes. With season four's finale episode on 31 March 2017, the show wrapped up its production. 

The series received 34 award nominations during its runtime, including the prestigious 'Primetime Emmy Award' in 2014. Other nominations include 'HMMA Award' 2014, 'Chainsaw Award' 2015, 'CDG' Award 2016, 2017, and 2018.

Mison appeared in the show from its first episode in 2013. He played the character of an American Soldier named Ichabod Crane in around 62 episodes. Moreover, for his contribution to this series, he received several award nominations in 2014 like the 'Teen Choice Award,' 'TV Guide Award,' etc.

Moreover, Mison was designated the most probable breakout star for the 2013 season by the Television Critics Association in September 2013. Darren Franich of Entertainment Weekly described him as a "continuous revelation."

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Wife

Mison married his wife Charlotte Coy in April 2014. They had an indoor private ceremony with only the involvement of their close ones.

Charlotte is an actress and writer. However, her last acting work was around 13 years ago in the film Hell's Pavement (2009). Her other works include Paint Brush (2008 Movie), Canburry (2008 Movie), etc.

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