Tom is a Pittsburgh native who moved to New York city after graduating from Penn State University. In New York he wrote, directed and acted in theater labs at Ensemble Studio Theater, The Actors Studio, and Naked Angels. After traveling through Europe for a year he settled in Los Angeles, where he wrote and directed a one-act play produced on Theater Row, which became his first short film, screened at Dances With Films festival at Laemmle Theater. Tom continues to write, compose, direct and act for indie films screened at festivals and theaters such as Sundance, Downtown Independent, Directors Guild, Krikorian, LA Live, and Mann's Chinese.
PARTY GIRL SAVES THE WORLD Budget: $5M - $10M | Comedy Bonnie is a poet with a heart of gold and Clyde is an old-school rapper. Bonnie and Clyde are partners in rhyme and crime with a new gang and their own brand of 1930s gangsta slang but, tired of life on the run, Bonnie doesn't wanna hold a gun, so she leaves Clyde and gets a real job at a bank, but that's no fun in a city of desperation, loneliness and rave culture in the Summer of 2001.