Tom Konkle is a film director, published book author, studio staff writer on series, screenwriter, actor and producer. He began as a comic actor and writer who has also transitioned to playing sarcastic heroes or diabolical villains. Tom is known for his appearances in The Art of Football comedy television show with John Cleese. "Trouble Is My Business," and Cosmos. He is an award winning actor and now feature film director of "Trouble Is My Business" and "The Longest Knife." Tom has written episodes of the Warner Brothers series, "Be Cool Scooby Doo." Tom has starred in features like "The Noise In The Middle" and dozens of short films like "Who Makes Movies" "Baxter Smalls" and "Sanctuary." He has appeared in comedy films with David Beeler including "Invention with Brian Forbes" "The Animal In Us All," "The Secret To Happiness," "Archaeology of Comedy," "Destiny's Stop" Tom has written screenplays including "Savage," "Midnight Sun," "Switch," "The Red Circle,"" Test Drive," "Trouble Is My Business" and Last Breath. He has written and produced numerous television, short films, and industrial films. Tom acts in commercials and guest star roles on television and independent films. His stage career is extensive with shows including The Real Inspector Hound, Beyond The Fringe, Clare and Tom: A One Woman Show, Loot, Nevermore: The Black Cat, Good Night, Britcom, Double Act and many others. The remaining Monty Python members asked him to direct, perform and ruin their never before seen sketches live in a show called "Owl-Stretching Time". Tom was a series regular on NBC's Spy TV, Sci-Fi Channel's Scare Tactics and Fox's The Orlando Jones Show,The Game, Community, Arrested Development, NBC's The Office, Back to You, Secret Life of the American Teenager and CW's The Game. He is owner of production company Lumen Actus.
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