Tom Malloy

Tom Malloy



Tom Malloy is an American actor, producer and director best known for his work in the independent film industry. He was born and raised in New York City, and has been involved in the entertainment industry since his early teens.

Malloy began his career as an actor, appearing in various television series and films. He notably played a recurring role on the hit show “The Wire” and also appeared in films such as “A Million Little Pieces” and “The Alphabet Killer”. After gaining experience in the industry, Malloy began to focus on producing and directing.

Malloy’s first directorial effort was the short film “The Righteous and the Wicked”, which was an official selection at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival. The film was critically acclaimed and put Malloy on the map as a director.

After the success of his short film, Malloy went on to direct his first feature film, “A Fish Story”. The film starred Ellen Barkin, Scott Caan, and Tom Sizemore, and was highly praised by critics. In 2010, Malloy directed “Beneath the Darkness”, a thriller starring Dennis Quaid and Tony Oller. The film was released to mixed reviews, but was a box office success.

Malloy’s most recent feature film was “The Descendant”, a horror-thriller starring Kevin Zegers and Ray Wise. The film was released in 2013 and received generally positive reviews. Malloy has also directed a number of television shows, including “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”.

Malloy continues to work actively in the film and television industry. He recently directed an episode of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and is in post-production on the feature film “The Basement”.

Tom Malloy is a versatile director with a long list of credits to his name. His work in the independent film industry has been acclaimed by both audiences and critics alike, and he continues to be a force in the industry.

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