Thomas Kee



Tom can be seen in the role of Walter Steele in the film "Chappaquiddick" with Jim Gaffigan and Jason Clarke. In April he can be seen in the 20th Century Fox production of "The New Mutants" based on the Marvel comic series the X-MEN. He also appears in an upcoming episode of "Castle Rock" based on a novel by Stephen King featuring Sissy Spacek. 

Tom's play "Mary's Little Monster" was performed both in New Orleans and at the Davenport Theatre in NYC; 2016. 

He recently directed devised a new immersive production entitled "The Summer I Disappeared" which opened in Boston 2016 and continued for a month run in NYC. 

Tom's play "Treed" was published in the Spring 2016 issue of the Bridgewater Review. His short play (Richard Harvey Square) premiered in NYC in early 2015. In 2012 his play "Nothing Personal" was presented as part of the The American Globe Theatre's "15 Minute Play Festival" in New York City. 

Recent directing credits include: Compass Rose by Ronan Noone (Newton Nomadic), Reevolving by Carl Danielson (Unreliable Narrator). Directing residencies: SUNY Oswego, Stonehill College, and Bridgewater State University, as well as AEA productions and readings at The Vineyard Playhouse, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre WHAT LAB.

Acting credits include: the original American cast of the A.R.T./Punchdrunk UK production "Sleep No More", Shakespeare & Company, Gloucester Stage Co., Boston Playwright’s Theatre, Bridge Rep, Wellfleet Harbor Actor’s Theatre (WHAT), the Vineyard Playhouse, New Repertory Theatre, New Century Theatre, and Stoneham Theatre. 

Television/Film credits include: The New Mutants, Castle Rock, Chappaquiddick, All My Children, As The World Turns, Days of Our Lives, Purge 3, The Reawakening, The Company Men, Children of the Struggle, and School Ties. 

In 2012 he was awarded the Bridgewater State University Course of Distinction Award.

Tom holds an M.F.A. in Acting from Brandies University.


MFA from Brandeis University (1991)