Tomos James graduated from Drama Centre London in 2007, a member of Group 43. He joined the Theatre Royal Haymarket Company in January 2008 and understudied Willy and Hollarcut in The Sea by Edward Bond, directed by Jonathan Kent. Tomos spent the summer of that year playing Squealer in George Orwell’s Animal Farm, for Creation Theatre Company, directed by Joanna Read and performed in Oxford Castle’s former prison yard. He then appeared as Ham in David Copperfield directed by Giles Havergal and has since performed at The Mercury Theatre in Dancing at Lughnasa as Gerry, and A View from the Bridge. Since David Copperfield, Tomos has performed in a national tour of the first world war play For King and Country, was part of the underground production of Tunnel 228 by Punchdrunk, and travelled to Libya to perform Julius Caesar in an original Roman theatre. He then returned to the Mercury last year for Dee Evans’ production of King David, Man of Blood. Tomos is also a keen circus performer, and his company Square Peg are based at The Roundhouse in Camden. He recently appeared as Dan in a reading of John Bull at Theatre Royal Bury St. Edmunds, and finished filming The Invention of Hugo Cabret directed by Martin Scorsese.