Thomas Arthur Darvill is a British musician and actor. He was born on the 17th of June 1982 in Birmingham, England. His mother Ellie was an actress; she used to do live acting in Cannon Hill Theatre. His father Nigel was also an actor. Arthur went to Bromsgrove School in Worcestershire. Arthur also plays guitar and keyboard. He had a band called Edmund in his teenage days. He likes to cook, attend theatres, and musical concerts. Arthur joined a theatre company at the young age of ten. He also found his own theatre company called Fuego’s Men. Later he moved to London with four of his drama friends.
He was trained in acting from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He made his professional stage debut with “Terre Haute.” His performance in this play made him win the Best Newcomer nomination in Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2007. Arthur made his Television debut in the year 2008 with a crime-drama “He Kills Coopers.” And he also appeared in a few more shows like “Doctor Who” (between 2010-2012), “The Paradise” (2012), and a few more. Arthur made his debut in films with a small role in “Pelican Blood” (2009). Later he appeared in the movies “” (2010), “Robinhood” (2010), a short film “Captcha” (2014) and a few more.