Tom Rosenthal was born on Thursday, January 14, 1988, in Hammersmith, London, England, United Kingdom. Thomas Alan Smith Rosenthal is his given name, but his friends nickname him Tom. Actor who starred in Channel 4’s Friday Night Dinner as one of the main characters. He was cast in the ITV2 series Plebs in 2013. Tom Rosenthal is most known for his work as a comedian. He was a physics student at King’s College London at the time.
Is Tom Rosenthal Dating Anyone?
The British comedian, 34, is possibly single right now. When it comes to his personal life, Tom Rosenthal keeps a low profile. We’re rooting for him regardless of his marital status.
In the last few years, Tom Rosenthal has had at least a few relationships. Tom’s previous relationships, partners, and breakups are not all known. The availability of this information is dependent on how private celebs are, therefore some facts may be unknown. While it’s typically simple to figure out who Tom Rosenthal is dating, keeping track of all his hookups and exes is more difficult, but this isn’t always the case. Some things may be more public than others, especially when the media is involved.
Tom Rosenthal has never been married before. Vick Hope and Tom Rosenthal were together from 2013 to 2017. He doesn’t have any children. The information on previous dates and connections is regularly updated.
Rosenthal starred alongside Simon Bird, Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter, and Mark Heap in the Channel 4 sitcom Friday Night Dinner in 2011. The sitcom centered on the middle-class secular Jewish Goodman family’s monthly Shabbat dinner in North London.
Rosenthal portrayed the younger son, and he and Greig are the only two cast members with Jewish ancestors. With a 49.3 percent share and an average audience of 3.9 million people, the sixth and final season set the record for the greatest audience for any comedy on Channel 4 or E4 for 16-to-34-year-olds. With a 49.3 percent share, the series had an average audience of 3.9 million viewers.
After Ritter’s death in 2021, it was stated that the show will be canceled. In May 2021, an anniversary special was broadcast to commemorate the show’s tenth anniversary.
He was cast as Marcus in the ITV series Plebs in 2013. Marcus, Stylax, and Grumio are the primary characters of the sitcom, which is set in Ancient Rome. In 2020, it was reported that a sixth series would not be commissioned, rather opting for a feature-length special.
Flat TV, a comedy pilot he created and performed in alongside Naz Osmanoglu for BBC iPlayer in 2014, was later commissioned as a mini-series.
He made a brief appearance as Gary Thorp in the ITV drama series Broadchurch in 2015. He starred as Private Pike in Dad’s Army: The Lost Episodes, a remake of three missing episodes of the BBC sitcom Dad’s Army, which premiered in 2019. His third stand-up act, Manhood, was critically acclaimed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival that same year.