No photo available. Represent Thomas Flynn? Add or change photos at IMDbPro
Up 434,299 this week

Thomas Flynn (II) (1852–1926)

Thomas Flynn was born in 1852. He was an actor, known for The Cowboy Editor (1913), The Estrangement (1914) and The Cynic (1914). He was married to Alice Sharpley. He died on February 23, 1926 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »


9 Things We've Learned About Marvel's "Runaways"

IMDb went to New York Comic Con 2017 to learn crucial tidbits about Marvel's anticipated new series, "Runaways." Watch to find out what we discovered.

Watch the video

Around The Web


Powered by ZergNet

Do you have a demo reel?

Add it to your IMDbPage

Connect with IMDb

How Much Have You Seen?

How much of Thomas Flynn's work have you seen?

Known For

The Cowboy Editor
The Cowboy Editor The Town Poet
The Estrangement
The Estrangement The Seymour Son
The Cynic
The Cynic Actor
Dixieland Henry Clay


Hide Hide Show Show Actor (19 credits)
 1917 Mother Love and the Law
George Straight
 1914 When the Clock Went Wrong (Short)
 1914 The Estrangement (Short)
The Seymour Son
 1914 Music Hath Charms - Not (Short)
 1914 The Cynic (Short)
 1913 The Conscience Fund (Short)
Chairman of the Membership Committee
 1913 The Invisible Government (Short)
2nd Politician
 1913 The Adventures of a Watch; or, Time Flies and Comes Back (Short)
Old. Mr. Morton - Homer's Uncle
 1913 Granny's Old Armchair (Short)
Hy Green
 1913 Sweeney's Dream (Short)
Member of the Cabinet
 1913 Dixieland (Short)
Henry Clay
 1913 The Ex-Convict (Short)
The Clubman
 1913 Sweeney and the Million (Short)
 1913 The Cowboy Editor (Short)
The Town Poet (as Tommy Flynn)
 1912 The Lost Inheritance (Short)
Young Sawyer
 1912 A Heart in Rags (Short)
The Telegraph Operator (as T. Flynn)
 1912 Subterfuge (Short)
Billy Snow
 1912 The Borrowed Umbrella (Short)
Messenger Boy
 1912 Two Gay Dogs (Short)
Rikes - the Waiter

Personal Details

Publicity Listings:

1 Article | See more »

Alternate Names:

T. Flynn | Tommy Flynn

Did You Know?


Older actor (born 1852), not to be confused with younger actor, Tommy Flynn, who may have been his son. Both of them worked at Selig.

Contribute to This Page