Welcome to this website dedicated to the extraordinary British actor Tom Mison. Tom is known for his roles in Lost in Austen, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen and Parade's End. Tom currently plays Ichabod Crane on the hit television series Sleepy Hollow. His recently released independent film Dead Cat is now available on VimeoVOD.
It all comes down to tonight - will Crane and Abbie get back to Sleepy Hollow with Pandora's Box in time to stop The Hidden One and save the world? In two sneak peeks, we see the team working to make that happen, and in the preview, it looks like they may be getting help from an old noggin-challenged friend. FYI, the second clip below is a little more spoilery than the first, and a lot more heartbreaking.
Tune into the Sleepy Hollow Season 3 Finale tonight at 8/7c on FOX, and (as always) tweet using the hashtag #SleepyHollow to help the show trend.
Tonight at 7pm ET is the group watch of the film Dead Cat! We will be watching along with the film's co-writers Sam and Stefan who will be giving us live commentary as we go. You can buy or rent the movie on Vimeo, and the commentary will be live via YouTube (see below):
You may even want to tune in a few minutes early so we can all get settled in before we simultaneously hit "play" together.
The guys are also fielding questions via Twitter. Tweet them @DeadCatUK using the hashtag #dcwatchalong. Don't have a question? Just let them know how much you love the film - it was a lot of hard work getting it on screen and to us on Vimeo, but obviously a labor of love so it's a good bet they'd love to know how much you enjoyed it.
Join us this Saturday, April 2nd at 7pm ET for a live group watch of the film Dead Cat with the film's creators. Writer/star Sam Bern, and writer/director Stefan Georgiou will be tweeting along as we watch, as well as appearing in a live video stream. They'll answer questions and give us commentary on the film as we go. Don't miss this amazing opportunity to hear how the film was made, directly from the filmmakers themselves.
MCM BUZZ has posted a wonderfully thorough write up of the panel that Tom did on Saturday. It started off with questions about Sleepy Hollow and the changes that took place for Season 3. A topic that always seems to come up during these sessions is Ichabod's appearance, so Tom addressed the hair issue early on with typical wit:
“We moved to Atlanta where it’s 95% humidity. To get rid of that wig… that was a bit of a blessing,” said Mison, who was grateful that he was no longer having to wear the wig for Ichabod. “We discussed at the beginning of this season that there was a hair change. My performance is entirely based on hair in this show,” he explained, adding how having his hair cut showed that there was a definite change in Ichabod. “He’s killed his wife and his son. I’d always imagined that he’d cut it all off and went to Scotland. From the moment you see him, you know that it’s a different person. Who knew that hair could be so interesting? It’s not really, is it.”
Talk turned to whether Tom, who has written several pieces for stage and film, would be interested in writing or directing for the show. Time constraints make that tough he said, but when he went on to speak about the Bones crossover, he noted the power of a good DP (Director of Photography), which sounded like someone who just might interested in trying his hand at directing.
Another question that always pops up once they wrap up shooting is whether he will be able to take on any new projects during the hiatus. His answer was that he was not allowed to accept other work until they know whether the show is renewed (a decision which will come no later than mid May), and he's "had to turn down some rather nice things." Disappointing, but understandable.
The chat covered topics from his co-stars to what comic book character he'd like to play, and the take-away was mostly that Tom is looking for a role that will afford him a decent amount of sleep. Also understandable.
UPDATE: You can watch the first 9 minutes or so of this panel below, courtesy @isutxi: