‘Sleepy Hollow’ star Tom Mison: Brits don’t talk about the American Revolution


When I wrote about Nicole Beharie several weeks ago, many of you requested that I pay more attention to Nicole’s Sleepy Hollow costar, English actor Tom Mison. Your advice was well-received. Tom is just my kind of guy – tall, handsome, funny, English and interesting. He plays Ichabod Crane in the hit Fox series Sleepy Hollow – a version of Ichabod Crane that is transported to the 21st century, who helps a modern young sheriff’s deputy played by Nicole. I’ve caught a few episodes and while I think the sci-fi/horror elements are a little bit overdone, it’s an interesting series and I look forward to watching more of it. Mostly because I like Nicole and now I really like Tom Mison.

So, I just saw this new interview with Mison in Entertainment Weekly – go here to read the full piece. I thought I would try to introduce a new Hot Guy to our growing collection. As you know, I’m always up for an Englishman. Vital stats: he’s 31 years old. He’s 6’1”. Before Sleepy Hollow, he was known mainly as a theater actor, although he’s done some film and TV work before, appearing in Parade’s End and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen. Here are some highlights from his EW piece:

He’s surprised by Sleepy Hollow’s success: “We’re [shooting] in some dark corner of deepest North Carolina — [so] we’re kind of in a bit of a bubble. We weren’t aware of how many billboards there were all over New York, for example, or how much it was promoted on telly. They’re very clever people watching, which is a dream. It’s so nice to be part of something that inspires people.”

How he, a virtual unknown, was cast in Sleepy Hollow: “Well, this was really the first year that I approached American pilots. [Sleepy Hollow] was actually the last one that I read — and immediately had to read it again because I didn’t quite believe what I had read the first time. It was so completely different, and such an audacious thing to attempt to make. So it immediately was the one that I wanted to do. I put myself on tape in London, one wet Saturday morning, went off to meet my mum and dad for lunch, and then forgot about it, as you do with auditions. And then a week later got a call saying, “You’re coming to L.A. tomorrow to screen test.” So I went and did a screen test for five hours, which I’ve never done before. Three of them were reading with Nicole, ’cause she’d already been cast. I left that five-hour audition and thought, ‘They were nice people, and it’s been a lot of fun, but I don’t know if I’ve got that,” in my typical self-deprecating English manner. “So I’m going to go and have a beer and a burger.” And just as I was tucking into my burger, I got a phone call from my agent, two hours after the audition, saying, “You’ve got the part.” And I just couldn’t stop laughing.”

His chemistry with Nicole: “I don’t think there’s anything mystical about chemistry between two actors. Immediately, we were throwing ideas at each other, and we were responding to each other and playing around. She’s a very playful, very clever actress. And that’s always a treat to play opposite. I think that’s where the chemistry lies — a mutual respect and a mutual quest for fun. Which, yeah, was present immediately.”

Whether he’s like Ichabod: “Yeah. Apart from the sticky-out ears and the very skinny shoulders, we’re actually not too different. I mean, I’m rather tall and lanky. I’m not as gangly and flailing as he is, I’m pleased to say.”

Working on Ichabod’s voice: “I had a very, very good speech coach when I was at drama school, a brilliant, brilliant lady called Carol Ziegler, who actually told me to concentrate on a certain style. She said, ‘Look at you. You’re not going to get any of these gritty, Ken Loach-style urban films. You should aim towards period stuff.’ Which was a very sensible bit of advice… I think because I don’t really look “street” enough for edgy, urban, modern things. With Ichabod, there’s lots with his voice that I wanted to achieve — a sense of archness and a sense of otherworldliness, a sense of authority. And just the fact that he’s a moody little prick at times.”

The English don’t discuss the American Revolution: “Well, we tend not to discuss that point in history, because it’s a war that we lost. So it’s not something that we learn in school. It’s been really nice to explore. I think people over here, they’re far too down on American history: ‘Oh, well, we have no history because we’re such a young country.’ But that’s not true at all. It’s such a rich history that you guys have. And now we’re utterly bastardizing it. [laughs]”

The Ichabod/Abbie shippers: “Oh, it’s really cool. I really like that they’ve got the name Ichabbie as well. It shows that people are invested, and care about the characters. And that’s all you can really ask for as an actor. It means we’re doing something right.”

[From EW]

He sounds like a nice, funny guy. Although he did refer to himself as “self-deprecating” several times in one interview, which… if you have to say it that many times, it means you’re really not all that self-deprecating. Which is fine. Own your hotness. As for the idea of Tom with Nicole… it would be interesting. I would be into it.

PS… I’m including beard photos and clean-shaven photos – the facial hair really changes his whole look. I like him better with some fur.





Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. Kelly says:

    FINALLY. Gossip sites have finally discovered this treasure <3

  2. T.fanty says:

    *hops on board*

    He works for me. Welcome to the club, Icabod Crane.

    And he’s right: we don’t talk about the American revolution. We don’t like talking about the stuff we didn’t win.

    • Sixer says:

      (Not stopping).

      We might not talk about in daily conversation, but we certainly learn about it in school. It’s a main topic in my school’s AS Level History – a whole paper is based on it. Of four papers. One of the GSCE syllabi (although not the one we do) is 50% development of the USA from colonising onwards. In fact, the woes of colonisation generally form a common topic in many subjects in school these days. It’s like Catholicism – they teach the kids to feel guilty! (That *is* a joke).

      Ner! Hope you’re well. Back off to argue the toss on politcal blogs now.

      • Amelia says:

        Do you mind if I ask which exam board your school uses, Sixer?
        We never got that option!

      • Diana says:

        Sixer, do they talk about Gibraltar and why the U.K. just don’t wanna let go?

      • MonicaQ says:

        In America, we kinda sorta just skip over things that aren’t the Revolutionary War, The Civil War (if you’re in the South, the “War of Northern Aggression”), and WWII. II swear I knew nothing about WWI unless I did it outside of school and the Spanish and Mexican American Wars? HAH. Don’t even get me started on Vietnam and Korea. I was substitute teaching once and a kid asked me, “Vietnam? Isn’t that the Forrest Gump war?”

      • Inky says:

        I went to school in Scotland and we got US History. We got the expansion West, Manifest Destiny all of that stuff. It wasn’t a topic we really studied at exam level though. My degree at University though was History and we had a lot of topics on it, covering most of US history, including looking at US events from a British perspective.

        I guess though it depends on what you are interested in and what the teachers at each school specialist in. I know the Scottish Education system has a selection of topics that each school can pick from to teach so some schools will get it and others won’t. I assume that the English/Welsh/Northern Irish schools will also have a similar system in place.

        Although, it isn’t a regular topic of discussion amongst my friends. Don’t even know the last time I thought about it…

      • locheed says:

        In reply to MonicaQ, I second that notion. The way we were taught, WWII didn’t start until the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Living out here in Germany has been a beautiful experience, because it puts “history” into perspective. I have eaten at restaurants older than the U.S. and now don’t even bat an eye at buildings that have been around since the 1800′s. As a matter of fact, the village I live in has a functioning church from 1542–and this village just celebrated it’s 859th Anniversary this year. The ones adjacent to us 900 and 650 years, respectively. So I can certainly see the mindset of some of Europe in regard to the youth of American history. But the thing of it is, history didn’t just “start” when the ink was dry on the Declaration. It has been interesting to take a whole-line view to see how events evolved, and how and why we are the way we are, especially regionally. In this vein, current American history taught in schools is really, truly lacking. (Just like teaching Spanish to American kids living in Germany. Seriously. They have to plan trips to Spain to use it.)

      • MonicaQ says:


        I took 10 years worth of German in college/HS in hopes to move there one day…working on it!

        That’s the thing though–so many times “World History” becomes “US History” after 1775. Hell, even before that. All those awesome Chinese and Japanese Dynasties? Nope. India’s government? Nada. Anything happening in South America? The Czars? Please. Especially when it comes to WWII. All you get is “America: Back To Back World War Champions” and no mention of the Canadians that died on the beaches of Normandy, the Wind Talkers in the Pacific (well, until the movie cam out), the Soviets hanging on by a thread but not breaking at Stalingrad, and so on. It’s not called a “World War” for no reason yet I get the, “Japan bombed us, we kicked Germany in the taint, nuked Japan, and it was over, tyvm Britain,” from people even OLDER THAN I AM.

        Sorry for history rant. Oops. Problem when you’re a history teacher LOL

      • locheed says:

        @MonicaQ– I spit out my hot chocolate at the “taint” comment–thank you for that!

        I agree with everything you said and then some. The benefit of my kids being out here is that we can see some of these places that are in their history books, but like some jaded youth, they just don’t care. I have been getting into some of the economic and trade culture of our region, which, is totally interesting because it is real to me here. If you tried to get me interested in it while living in Stateside, I would probably yawn and ask to be left alone. I think our geographic isolation creates isolation in the mind.

        I have a girlfriend who was a British transplant where I worked in California (we worked in an elementary school) and it frosted her to no end the slant on history…especially the fact that we have a “We Are the Champions” mindset for WWII–she said that they had been fighting the Germans for years before Americans swooped in to “save the day,” minimizing the British involvement in the war to supporting actors to our all-star cast of generals.

        No apologies for the rant, btw, especially when you have something of substance to offer. :)

      • Jane says:

        @MonicaQ, I had never heard the term “Northern Aggression” until I went to Charleston and heard a tour guide use it.

      • Spooks says:

        We learn about European, American and Asian and African history (a little less in comparison, but still), and then a little bit deeper about Croatian history. And it’s obligatory, both in elementary school and in high school. The same applies to geography. I find it funny that people in America skip Vietnam and Korea, and we here have to learn it even though we had nothing to do with it.

      • T.Fanty says:

        Dammit! I can’t believe I missed you! Glad all is well. If you still have my twitter, PM me sometime and say hi (I avoid public tweets because I like to keep my two lives separate).

        I even started the Dunnett book, finally!


        Oh.. If you have not seen the show, here is a Video of Abbie & Ichabod (ICHABBIE)

    • grabbyhands says:

      The sad thing is, Americans don’t talk about it that much either. Well, someone might get a drunk boast about it in, both those same people probably couldn’t actually give you any historical facts about it.

      • locheed says:

        @grabbyhands–my husband works with a British solder who–I kid you not–carries a picture of his front door in his wallet. He likes to pull it out for the unsuspecting American soldier and tell them “My front door is older than your country!” Now my husband wants an old front door…sheesh. This behavior is typically in response to any Revolution-era ribbing they give each other on any normal day.

      • grabbyhands says:

        I just realized I have a massive typo in my post. It should have read “but those same people” instead of “both those same people”, which drastically alters the meaning of the sentence. :) Yikes!

        I love the door story! I think a little ribbing is healthy and fun-it’s when it gets to the inevitable “if it weren’t for us, you’d all be speaking German right now” that things take a turn for the bad.

      • Amber says:

        I think that’s a location thing and the spottiness of the (broken) education system. I went to public schools in northern Virginia and I knew how WWI started and who we fought, when I was in middle school. We skip Korea, but we don’t skimp on Vietnam, b/c (of generational bias, for one thing) it’s easier to tie that into Civil Rights and social change in the US. I didn’t really learn about Korea until college. Which makes sense. You (or at least I did) learned civics twice, in middle school and in high school, you learn world geography, and European history was somewhere in there too (AP class, in high school). There’s only so much time and there are limits to what kids can understand, what sticks, and what they can contextualize. You don’t just learn about WWII. It’s the Depression, the lead up to the war, the war itself (the war in the Pacific, the Soviet Union’s effort and Stalin being a d*ck, get the short stick here) and then you have to learn about the massive repercussions for the US, domestic (mainly social) and internationally (mainly political). Btw, not learning much about the Soviet Union makes the early years of the Cold War (and the lead up to Korea and Vietnam) a little tricky to understand. The Berlin Wall came down b/f I was born too. That part of history is just foggy for me. It doesn’t surprise me that Brits don’t focus so much on the American Revolution. Not because of the “not winning” thing. But I could imagine how it’s just losing a colony to most people now. There were many other important things before it (a civil war and a revolution that was glorious, learning about colonialism itself, The Seven Years’ War, a lot of rebellions) and British history is SO lengthy. The US Revolution can distill down to being a turning point between empires and GB shifting focus to the East. The aftermath seems more important than the war itself.

  3. Efwcheryl says:

    Yep, totally hot with the beard. Thank you for a great start to the day! Must go study these photos a bit more….

  4. blue marie says:

    I like the show, but the best part is Nicole and his chemistry. Plus they’re both ridiculously good looking.

  5. Andrea says:

    I love him and I love the show!

  6. lilybloo says:

    I’ve seen some if his interviews and he comes across as a sweet and funny fellow. Also he has a gteat voice!

  7. jinni says:

    I was kind of happy you guys didn’t pay attention to him. The last thing I’d want is for him to become what the other Brits have become over here. Hopefully he doesn’t stir too much interest.

  8. Anna says:

    I’m watching the show 90% because of him. He is DELICIOUS on it. His voice, his accent…yummmm. You know whom else we need more of, for this [tall, hot Brit] party? Rupert Friend.

  9. Dorothy#1 says:

    Love the show! Now I love him and yes I agree he looks way better with a beard. ❤

  10. Mel says:

    I like the show, it is good cheesy fun. I also dig men in late 18th century garb. Knee breeches are hot.

    Have you looked at a $10 bill lately? Alexander Hamilton=hottest forefather ever.

  11. Kali says:

    I would do him in a minute…….or a few hours. He is just yummy!!!

  12. truthSF says:

    Keep the fur Icabod Crane. .. you look so manly with it on your face.

  13. Kiddo says:

    He’s spectacularly handsome and masculine in period costume, and less so in modern day street clothing. He kind of has a Daniel Radcliffe look outside of character. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, it’s just a sharp contrast.

    • NYC_girl says:

      Agree. I especially love the long coat and open shirt he wears. My boyfriend likes the show and actually suggested we start watching it. I soon realized how hot he is, so Win/Win for us both! I especially like the aerial shots but I can’t tell if they’re actually of Sleepy Hollow/Tarrytown, which is so pretty.

  14. klutzy_girl says:

    I absolutely love Sleepy Hollow! Tom, Nicole, and Orlando are awesome.

  15. Lempicka says:

    thanks kaiser for adding him to the hot guy collection! May Icky never shave that beard.

  16. Misery Fox says:

    So far he does nothing for me without the beard. With the beard but without the long hair is better, but in full Ichabod Crane mode with beard long coat and long hair?? Yum!

    I actually catch myself missing dialogue in Sleepy Hollow, just because I was too distracted looking at him…

    • locheed says:


      I watch with my husband and its embarrassing to ask him to repeat what was said, for that very reason! My teenage daughter doesn’t get my attraction to him with fuzz and long hair (I am such a sucker for a guy with long hair) and beards just look manly if kept well. Without the beard, he looks like any other generic pretty boy and frankly, not special. His eyes are lovely, though.

  17. Violeta says:

    Last Monday episode was the best so far, the casting, acting, chemistry and everything was on point, omg Walter Bishop and James Frain :-D
    And I love the diversity in the cast, kudos to the producer to try something different yaaassss!

  18. Adrien says:

    Ah, those cheekbones. Perfection.

  19. shab says:

    he looks great in character but nothing special as himself

  20. chloe says:

    Sleepy Hollow is one of the few new shows I’ve stuck with, I love the concept and Tom isn’t so bad to look at either.

  21. mimi says:

    I was curious about the show but after hearing how everybody here loves it, I’m going to give it a watch now. Also because of this very handsome actor who stars in it whom I’m just learning about thanks to this article. He is very hot!

  22. ag-UK says:

    The show only started in the UK a few weeks ago. Love him in the full get up he looks older but in his normal self he looks very young. I wish I knew where they got those boots he wears right up my ally since I have to wear them here 6 months out of the year it seems.

  23. Mia4S says:

    Oh yummy, my new obsession! I love the show, it’s great fun but more than that the leads are ridiculously good together.

    6’1 and poor Nicole is 5’1 :-) . I loved Nicole’s answer when asked about the height difference, “keeps things spicy!”. LOL!

  24. Ashling says:

    I’ve been doing Tom Mison research myself recently because of Sleepy Hollow. He is a cutie. Looks totally different without the beard. I love to see Ichabod and Abbie’s height difference, I find it strangely hot.

  25. ashley says:

    He’s so hot!!! I love sleep hollow,must see tv for me. Nicole and tom’s chemistry is so good.

  26. OriginallyBlue says:

    He is so hot as Ichabod Crane. The voice, the beard and the clothes. So yummy!

  27. manta says:

    “You’re not going to get any of these gritty, Ken Loach-style urban films. You should aim towards period stuff.’”
    Which is precisely what Loach is also famous for. I mean didn’t he win a Palme d’or for The wind that shakes the barley and a prize of the jury for Land and Freedom, both period films?
    I may be confused but to me Loach is more associated with very political content than urban films.
    He mixes him with Ben Drew?

  28. Joy says:

    Never shave dude. Never. Is it weird I find more attractive in character?

  29. Madpoe says:

    Thank-YOU! for this write up ;)
    I’m a fan of the show and Tom IS a cutie!

  30. grabbyhands says:

    I bought a first class ticket to the Tom Mison bandwagon from the very first show. So delicious! And I agree with the others-he should never be clean shaven again. In fact, if he wanted to grow his hair out a little, you would hear no complaints from me.

    He and Nicole have mad chemistry! In fact, their interviews together are so cute, I now ship them in real life too.

  31. Axis2ClusterB says:

    Tom Mison’s nose is a thing of beauty. Love him, love Nicole, and love the show. I was hesitant to watch it because I keep up with and love Grimm, and didn’t think I needed both – but I did!

    Speaking of Grimm, David Giuntoli would be worth a look around here, too…

  32. Kdoo says:

    huh… tried to watch his show but it really sucked and hated his character. Maybe on a really blah day, when I have cramps, and nothing to do I’ll try again. His interview was not the best …

  33. Abby says:

    I just watched all the episodes of this show on Monday. All of them. I’m kind of in love with this guy, to be honest. My husband is too… (don’t tell anyone). And I was surprised to like the show. Usually this genre is NOT my thing. I think if the show was on a cable channel like FX it would be too much for a weenie like me, but network is fine. It’s got pretty cinematography and I like the characters. I like it better than Dracula… which surprised me. It’s a lot more fun.

  34. Dommy Dearest says:

    Just like Americans don’t like to talk about what is going on politically here and now!

    Like him with and without facial hair.

  35. Deedee says:

    I startedcwatching this show because of Mr. Mison and his incredible voice. Plus he has great chemistry with his costar. I tivoed it and asked my son to check out the pilot episode. Now its his favorite show and he tries to wheedle his way on mondays nites to stsy up past his bedtime to watch it!

  36. kpist says:

    Reminds me of a joke in the movie Lincoln:

    Ethan Allen was visiting in England and got invited to a British Lords home. He had dinner than excused himself for the bathroom. In the bathroom, the only furnishing was a picture of George Washington. He did his business and went back to the party. The Lord and his friends were giddy and asked him what he thought of George Washingtons picture in the bathroom. Ethan Allen said it was quite appropriate. Astonished, the Brits asked him why. He said, “Because everyone knows that nothing could make a British man sh*t quicker than the sight of George Washington”

  37. duchessofhazard says:

    Nope, the British don’t speak about American independence at all. We had Empire, and for over two hundred years the sun never set on empire- until it did. LOL.

  38. Samtha says:

    Yes! Tom love! He’s so much hotter as Ichabod, though (sorry, Tom!). He should never take off the Ichabod wig.

  39. Megan says:

    I don’t really find Tom to be all that cute, but I like the show. I thought it stupid at first and the acting still isn’t great but it’s grown on me. One thing I hate about shows though is the shipping. I’ve seen a bit of it online and it gets REALLY nasty. Particularly towards Katrina, and while I’m not exactly a huge fan of her (we haven’t seen enough of the character yet) the things said about her AND the actress are horrible. These ridiculous, obsessive shippers are embarrassing.

    PS I’m not talking about all shippers. If you love the show and are respectful to all the actors I am certainly not talking about you.

    • Dommy Dearest says:

      I enjoy the show a lot though it won’t top Burton’s movie in my opinion. The people shipping Crane and the female cop are idiots- to me. Katrina and Crane have been and always will be soul mates and to say anything else is wrong. That’s like putting Tony Stark and Bruce Banner together- great as team players but not as a couple. But these are the same 14 year olds giving the actress crap as they do about any female character that comes on Supernatural since one might get to be with Dean or Sam.

    • SAHARA CHAN says:

      STOP right there. People may not like Katrina, but I have not seen anything mean about Katia. In fact people have been brutal against Nicole.

      As for Katrina, she is a supporting role. The smartest thing for that character is to be a bad obstructionist Witch. It was always and will always be about ABBIE & ICHABOD.

    • betsy says:

      There have been a lot of nasty comments about the character of Katrina on Tumblr. Less so about the actress. A number of Ichabie fans are very aggressive in their support of that couple. Its at its worst when a new episode airs. The Tumblr comments are vicious then. Its not nice to see. Having said that the actress playing Katrina is struggling and I feel sorry for Mison having to work with her. It wouldn’t surprise me if the producers make some drastic decisions by the end of season 1 and kill her off. They aren’t stupid – they know she’s not working out. I actually want her scenes to work because I particularly enjoy the 18th century moments. I’m willing her on each week to do better because I don’t want the producers to ditch the period storylines.

      • Dandhara Esperanza says:

        Yeah Betsy,
        Even though I am all Ichabbie, I like Katrina as more a Bad Girl Witch, but the actress and Ichabod just don’t work. The worst part is the last episode where they were speaking and he was so gorgeous, his perfect skin basically shows up her slight roughness. I felt bad because she seems nice.
        And perhaps it is the the difference that make Ichabbie work.

        I do believe Katrina is a spirit though. Whatever she did caused Moloch to have power over her.

      • Dommy Dearest says:

        Is she just not delivering or is she having an issue with the backlash against her character? Katrina + Crane = 4va.

        Had to.
        But seriously, that’s my ship.

  40. Thiajoka says:

    This guy is my latest crush. I know I’m old enough to be his mama, but dayum!

  41. EscapedConvent says:

    Wow, he’s pretty. I first saw him in Inspector Lewis with just a little scruff & he was gorgeous. Looks like a different person when he shaves.

    I think his face will fit period pieces & modern stuff.

  42. betsy says:

    I love this actor so much. He’s got it all. Great actor. Stunningly handsome and incredibly well read. He has a strong social conscience and is a very witty guy. He’s besties with Emily Blunt (they were in 6th form drama school together – he was in the year above). Dated Carey Mulligan for 3 years but they split up when she wanted to move to New York. He’s a very good theatre actor and writes short pieces for the theatre which have been very well received. I really hope this series will raise his profile and help him build a film career. I like him with or without beard. He was gorgeous in Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.

  43. peetalimbs says:

    I am over him already. There’s nothing I hate more than faux humility. He’s also one of those people who gets less and less attractive the more you see him.

    ALSO, he is such a hammy actor. Unfortunately, for some people, hearing someone speak in a british accent prevents them from identifying mediocre acting.

    • betsy says:

      Everyone is entitled to their opinion but I totally disagree. He’s a fantastic actor and very versatile. The Sleepy Hollow role is a very difficult one to pull off and he does it brilliantly as a huge number of critics have said. He’s had great reviews. How you can say he has fake humility beats me but I’ll take a leaf out of your book and say adamantly that I think you are a bad judge of character.

    • Dandhara Esperanza says:

      I am suspecting some of these people are just Haters. I am tired of these angry posters who are claiming Nicole and Tom are bad actors.
      #1 Nicole and Tom make the show. I can watch the 2 of them all day. This show is not an easy feat. The story is so far fetched yet they are able to get people to not only believe in it but to basically ship the two leads off the bat. They don’t even have to kiss to get fans Raving. Aussiello interviewed them and asked when they’d hook up because even in interviews you can cut the chemistry with a knife.

      #2 The actors are so nuanced. The things Abbie says and little things Ichabod does really give insight to the characters without ever being over the top. There is an easiness about their relationship that makes them easy for us to connect. We can tell the type of people they are. You would have to be a good actor to accomplish that. They are both young and are doing fantastic jobs. I can’t imagine another actor being Ichabod or Abbie.

      If you don’t like the show, fine, but being mean is not necessary.

  44. Jasrina says:

    Wow! Tom Mison really IS a gorgeous, gorgeous gem. I adore watching him in Sleepy Hollow with his fantastic British accent- he completely makes the show worth watching. He is so very handsome, appears humble and has kind eyes. Wish to see more tid bits written about him.

  45. anais says:

    Um, hi. Can I unwrap you and make you my bitch, I mean my boyfriend? Gotta leave the beard on though.

  46. browniecakes says:

    Ah Kaiser. You found our substitute Tom. I was feeling let down the Thor TDW promo is over, and we’ll have no more Hiddleston to enjoy in every way. But we’ll have our Mison to keep us warm. http://www.etonline.com/movies/140435_Tom_Hiddleston_Thor_2_Best_Promotions/index.html

    • betsy says:

      Tom’s old tweets about his “missus” (Carey) got posted all over the place so bless him he or someone working for him had to go back and delete a load of them. Three years was a long time to be together but there was one telling tweet when she started to strike it big where he tweeted late one night in the middle of a party at his flat that the place was full of drunk stuck up posh types. He was obviously feeling uncomfortable with her new friends. A later tweet mentioned his friend Tom Riley helping him out (I think he meant at a dark time when they broke up). I’d love to see him hook up with Nicole but it doesn’t look as if its happening. His friendship with Riley is very funny. They should do a comedy together. Both wonderful actors. He was in drama school with Rupert Friend.

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  48. Calla says:

    It’s interesting that both Carey Mulligan and Nicole Beharie were in the the film Shame. A shippers version of Six Degrees of Separation.