Facts of Tom Cavanagh
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||55 years old|
|Family Name :||Cavanagh|
|Birth Place :||Canada|
|Birth Sign :||libra|
|Height :||6 Feet|
|Birth Name||Thomas Patrick Cavanagh|
|Father||Thomas Cavanagh Sr.|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Married to||Maureen Grise (m. 2004)|
|Children||James Joseph Cavanagh, Thomas Cavanagh, Jr., Alice Ann Cavanagh|
|Awards||Family Television Award 2001|
|Movies||Yogi Bear 2010|
|TV Show||The Flash Since 2014|
A Canadian actor who is better known for his role as dual role as Dr. Harrison Wells and Eobard Thawne or Reverse-Flash on The Flash. His parents were Roman Catholic family and of Irish descent. He attended Séminaire de Sherbrooke, from where he learned French. When he was teenager he was avid fan of basket ball. He graduated from Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario taking English and biology as major. When he was in college he got interested in theater and music. He started his career in acting by starring in television dramas such as Jake and the Kid in the late 1990s. He has already acted in movies like Love Monkey (2006) and Trust Me (2009).
Exploring his personal life he is already tied in a knot with the love of his life. Professionally his wife is a photo editor. Their marriage was performed according to Catholic ceremony on Nantucket. There has been no rumor or gossip regarding his affair with anyone which proves his love for his life and his loyalty. Together the couple is blessed with three children.
Early Life and Education of Tom Cavanagh
Tom Cavanagh was born on October 26, 1963, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada to a Roman Catholic family of Irish descent. He moved to Winneba with his family when he was a child. Later, his family shifted to Lennoxville, Quebec where he started high school.
Cavanagh attended the Séminaire de Sherbrooke, where he studied in French and played basketball for the Barons. Later, he joined Champlain College in Lennoxville at the CEGEP level.
He graduated from Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario in English, biology, and education. He became interested in theatre and music and played ice hockey and varsity basketball during his college days.
Tom Cavanagh's Career
Tom Cavanagh started his acting career in 1989, he was cast in the Broadway revival of Shenandoah. He has done several stage shows including productions of A Chorus Line, Cabaret, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Urinetown, and Grease. He debuted in film in 1991 film White Light as Ella's Secretary.
Cavanagh made his TV debut in 1993 in Secret Service as Charlie. Some of his notable screen credit includes Scrubs, Arc, Love Monkey, The Capture Of The Green River Killer, Snow, Eli Stone, Trust Me, Bang Bang You're Dead, Breakfast with Scot and many more.
Since 2010, Tom Cavanagh co-host of the podcast Mike and Tom Eat Snacks along with Ed castmate Michael Ian Black.
Tom Cavanagh's Net Worth
Tom Cavanagh is one of the talented Hollywood actors who always succeeds to impress his audience through his versatile acting. He has an estimated net worth of $4 million. In 2010, he lends the voice in Eric Brevig 3D live-action/computer-animated family comedy film, Yogi Bear. The movie collected over $201 million at the box-office against the budget of $80 million.
Tom Cavanagh's Personal Life
Tom Cavanagh is a married man, he tied the knot to Maureen Grise, an image editor for Sports Illustrated, on July 31, 2004, in a Catholic ceremony on Nantucket, Massachusetts. The duo is blessed with four children; two daughters and two sons.
In 2008, Cavanagh founded the Cavanagh Classic, an annual celebrity basketball tournament in Rucker Park to raised money and awareness for UN Foundation, Nothing But Nets. He participated in 2006 New York City Marathon.
Tom Cavanagh Affairs
First Affair with Paula Cale
Professionally she is an American actress who is widely known for her role as Joanie Hansen on the American TV series Providence. They dated very shortly and broke up due to some personal reason.