Stephen Tompkinson

Stephen Tompkinson

actor, producer, music department

Stephen Tompkinson was born on Oct 15, 1965 in UK. Stephen Tompkinson's big-screen debut came with And a Nightingale Sang directed by Robert Knights in 1989, strarring Eric. Stephen Tompkinson is known for The Other One directed by Holly Walsh, Ellie White stars as Cathy and Lauren Socha as Cat. Stephen Tompkinson has got 1 awards and 5 nominations so far. The most recent award Stephen Tompkinson achieved is British Comedy Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Stephen Tompkinson plays is The Other One - Season 1 which will be released on Jun 04, 2020.

Stephen Tompkinson was born in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham in October 1965. His grandad (who Stephen describes as "a comic genius") inspired him to take up acting and he attended the Central Drama School, which he left at the age of 23. He has rarely been out of work since and has worked on the stage, on radio, television and, on the big screen, notably in the movie Brassed Off (1996), for which he has gained many excellent reviews. His TV roles have included a psychopathic poisoner (A Very Open Prison (1995)), a psycho TV reporter (Drop the Dead Donkey (1990)), a yuppie (Downwardly Mobile (1994)), a priest (Ballykissangel (1996)), a veterinarian (Wild at Heart (2006)) and a detective inspector (DCI Banks (2010)). Stephen has also played "Demetruis" in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" for Radio 4. He is also a keen charity cricket player and once scored two more runs than Brian Lara, when they played on the same team. In 1994, he won a Best Comedy Actor award for his role as "Damien Day" in Drop the Dead Donkey (1990). In the future, he plans a trip to Australia (to do a report for the Holiday programme) before he begins filming a new series of Ballykissangel (1996) in March 1997.

  • Birthday

    Oct 15, 1965
  • Place of Birth

    Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, England, UK
  • Also known


Known For


1 wins & 5 nominations

British Comedy Awards
Best TV Comedy Actor
Winner - British Comedy Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows