Thomas-James Fisher

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Thomas-James Fisher
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Born Thomas-James Marc Fisher
(1989-08-04) August 4, 1989 (age 31)
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Years active 2005 – present
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Thomas-James Marc Fisher (born August 4, 1989) is an American Actor, Photographer and Model.

Film And Television

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Thomas-James Fisher On the Set Of 'HG WELLS - WAR WITH THE WORLDS'

Fisher got his first acting role in 2005 aged 15, after applying for an online advertisement looking for young actors during the summer summer time, Fisher traveled to London with his father, where he found out the job was for a BBC historic film about the life of writer H G Wells. Fisher was cast as Jip Wells which starred Michael Sheen as H G Wells. H G Wells: War with the World[1] was released in December 2006.

Fisher was cast as a student named Mike in the first series of Waterloo Road but his part never surfaced in the finished production, he soon signed up with acting agency Mclean-Williams Management[2] and appeared in some minor productions. At the start of 2007 Fisher was cast to play a young drug user in the Talk To Frank advert and featured in the short film Brain Warehouse directed by Ronnie West.

During summer 2007 Fisher was dropped by his acting agent but soon after appeared as himself in the 2008 Television show Charge TV[3] and after filming Fisher was cast by director Laurence Axe to feature in his short film Anticipation[4] was featured in the UK's 60 Second Film Festival.

January 2008 Fisher was cast as Young William Sawyer in UK horror film Hellbilly 58

Fisher was cast as a young 'scally' in the 2014 feature film 'Fragments',[5] directed by Ross Nickson.

Fisher was attached to the character Nicolas with independent film 'Invasion of the Not Quite Dead' since 2008, but as of 2014 he has been removed from the cast.

Music

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Thomas-James Fisher 'Valentine' Music demo

During a visit to London in 2006, Fisher meet with US remix producer Dee Cash and the two went on to produce a demo titled 'Valentine' the demos featued tracks titled 'Cash V Valentine', 'Stupid Love Song' and 'Inhibition'. a limited amount of demos were produced and released over Myspace.

In 2008, Fisher worked with UK musician Harry Salmon and produced two rough demo's, Larger Than Life[6] which was a cover of the hit Backstreet Boys single, and 'Plus One'[7] which was written by Fisher about his first boyfriend.

'Road To Nowhere' was a demo written and recorded by Fisher but never surfaced.

January–February 2014, Fisher featured on the video of Sex Gang Children's Japanese tour, and later featured on the bands European tour.

Modeling

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Thomas-James Fisher featured on Sex Gang Children 2013 album Viva Vigilante

Fisher has also worked as a photo model on several occasions, his debut in 2005 by taking part in a Nike clothing modeling competition for under 16-year olds.

2006/2007 Fisher featured in two short films titled 'Dead Rain' and 'Summer Sunshine'

2007 Fisher travelled to Los Angeles and shot with photographer Peter Gresh.

2008 Fisher shot with New York photographer Lucky Lawler,[8] atLondon's famous Chelsea Arts Club and featured with photographers Claire Grogan, Bari Goddard, Mike Watson, Richard Cannon and NeufNeuf.

February 2013 Fisher featured in Bari Goddard's 'QUIRKS' exhibition at London's Ketchum Pleon Gallery.[9]

Fisher featured on the cover of British gothic rock band Sex Gang Children's 6th studio album Viva Vigilante.[10]

Summer 2013, Fisher worked with Spanish photographer Manel Ortega. Fisher's work with Ortega featured in the AUTUMN 2013 Issue No. 7 male art Mascular Magazine.[11]

December 2013, Fisher worked on Bari Goddard's 'The Dress' project which was featured in the April 2014 Sachet Mixte Arts Journal.

January 2014 started with Fisher working with photographer Mark Goldby.

Photography

After a number of years acting and modeling, Fisher trained up to become a photographer, and in 2012 his work started to surface online.

December 2013 Fisher was featured in the photography book Sachet Mixte Edition Three'[12] and was later featured on American website 'The News Gayper'.[13]

In summer 2013, Fisher announced his project 'FReaKS' which was featured on American website The News Gayper [14] February 2014

Fisher has recently worked with London fashion line 'T.E.I.N. Clothing'.[15]

May 2014 Fisher's 'FReaKS' work was featured in the 4th addition of UK/French photography book Sachet Mixte.

Fashion

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THOMAS-JAMES FISHER OBSCENE STYLE

Fisher has always had an interested in independent/underground fashion and featured as a model for a number of different companies and in 2007 started a fashion line titled OBSCENEstyle,[16] the company ran for almost 2 years producing punk/emo styled t-shirts and hoodies, the company closed down in 2009 with a message posted on the official website 'Back In business soon'.

Personal life

Eating disorder

Fisher suffered from anorexia and bulimia nervosa from the age of 11 after a struggle with eating and becoming involved within the pro-anorexia community, he joined Eating Disorders Association, as of 2007 the EDA Is know referred too as B-eat, where he became a young ambassador for the charity.

Fisher spoke about his story at a number of conferences including Cambridge University and at a stateroom at London's Palace of Westminster[17] to address the lack of medical facilities for young suffers.

Early 2006 Fisher appeared on the headline on The Times newspaper[18] and appeared in the book 'Boys suffer From Anorexia Too'.[19]

In 2006 Fisher appeared on UK news BBC News and later in 2008 Five News to discuss his struggles during Eating Disorder Awareness Week.[20]

Photography books

  • (2013) Sachet Mixte, Edition Three - Duality Books (France) – ISBN 978-1494281175[21]

Filmography

Film

Year Film Role Notes
2006 H G Wells: War with the World Jip Wells TV Movie about the life of writer H G Wells[22]
2006 Dead Rain John Matthews Short Film
2007 Summer Sunshine Mark Short Film
2009 Brain Warehouse Paranoid Boy Short Film for drug charity Talk To Frank
2008 Anticipation Soldier Short Film
2009 HellBilly 58 Young William Sawyer Credited as Thomas Fisher[23]
2014 Fragments Young Scally Dubious Films

Television

Year Film Role Production Company
2005 Hell's Kitchen: School Reunion Himself TV Movie documentary
2006 BBC News Himself Disusing Male Eating Disorders
2006 Waterloo Road Mike Uncredited
2008 Five News Himself Talking about his fight against anorexia
2008 Charge Series 1–2 Himself Community Chanel

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