Tom Rosenthal’s Net Worth, Height, Age & Personal Info Wiki

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Thomas Alan Smith Rosenthal is a writer, comedian, and actor from England. From 2011 to 2020, he played Jonny Goodman in Friday Night Dinner; from 2013 to the present, he played Marcus Gallo in Plebs. Tom has written and produced three stand-up comedy shows: Child of Privilege in 2011, лаодар in 2013, and Manhood from 2019 to 2020, which received rave reviews at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Thomas Alan Smith Rosenthal was born on January 14, 1988, in Hammersmith, London, the son of Newsnight producer Christine and television sports presenter Jim Rosenthal. He is of German-Jewish descent via his dad, with one of his paternal great-grandfathers being German-Jewish physicians and writer Oscar Levy. The London Evening Standard once dubbed him a “super-smart child of privilege.” He grew up in Cookham, Berkshire, and studied philosophy at King’s College London. His early comedic influences were Spaced, Brass Eye, and Da Ali G Show.

Rosenthal co-starred in the Channel 4 sitcom Friday Night Dinner as Jonny Goodman, alongside Simon Bird, Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter, and Mark Heap. It was focused on the weekly Shabbat dinner in North London’s middle-class secular Jewish Goodman family. Tom played the younger son, and he and Greig are the only cast members with Jewish ancestors. The sixth and final series had the highest audience for any comedy on Channel 4 or E4 for 16 to 34-year-olds, with a 49.3 percent share, and the series averaged 3.9 million viewers. Following Ritter’s death in 2021, it was announced that the show would be canceled. In May 2021, an anniversary special was aired to commemorate the show’s tenth anniversary. (1)

Tom Rosenthal's Net Worth

Tom Rosenthal has featured in various films, product partnership project partnerships and media advertisements due to his acting talent and sense of humor. His prominent media presence earned him a $6 million payday. Tom Rosenthal is a very wealthy individual (2)

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Tom Rosenthal's Early Life

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Despite his media celebrity and wealth, Tom Rosenthal prefers to keep his information private. Tom Rosenthal’s desire to keep family matters confidential is reasonable. This may provide them with a sense of security. Thomas Alan Smith Rosenthal was born in Hammersmith, London, on January 14, 1988, to Newsnight producer Christine and television sports presenter Jim Rosenthal. His father is of German-Jewish descent, and one of his paternal great-grandfathers was a German-Jewish physician and writer Oscar Levy. He was dubbed a “super-smart child of privilege” by the London Evening Standard after growing up in Cookham, Berkshire, and attending King’s College London to study philosophy. His early comedic influences included Spaced, Brass Eye, and Da Ali G Show. (3)

Tom Rosenthal's Education

Tom Rosenthal’s academic achievements stimulate the attention of his supporters. Is he an actual high school or college degree holder? What was Tom before he became a famous person? Tom Rosenthal has chosen to keep his educational background private. His public persona oozes confidence and knowledge. His captivating public personas, as well as his characteristics, all contributed significantly to his academic success. His academic records are unknown, as is any other information about his academy.

Tom Rosenthal's Wife and Family Life

Tom Rosenthal had a few relationships in the last few years. The details of Tom’s previous relationships, partners, and breakups are unknown. Because this information is dependent on how private celebrities are, some facts may be unfamiliar. While determining who Tom Rosenthal is dating is usually straightforward, keeping track of all his hookups and exes is more complex, but this is not always the case. Certain things may be more public than others, particularly when the media is involved. Tom Rosenthal has never previously been married. Vick Hope and Tom Rosenthal were married between 2013 and 2017. Tom is not the father of any children.

Tom Rosenthal's Career

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Rosenthal co-starred in the Channel 4 sitcom Friday Night Dinner as Jonny Goodman, alongside Simon Bird, Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter, and Mark Heap. It was focused on the weekly Shabbat dinner in North London’s middle-class secular Jewish Goodman family. Tom played the younger son, and he and Greig are the only cast members with Jewish ancestors. The sixth and final series had the highest audience for any comedy on Channel 4 or E4 for 16 to 34-year-olds, with a 49.3 percent share, and the series averaged 3.9 million viewers. Following Ritter’s death in 2021, it was announced that the show would be canceled. In May 2021, an anniversary special was aired to commemorate the show’s tenth anniversary.

Tom was cast as Marcus in the ITV sitcom Plebs in 2013. The comedy is set in Ancient Rome and follows the main characters Marcus, Stylax, and Grumio. In 2020, it was announced that a sixth series would not be commissioned, instead opting for a feature-length special. Flat TV, a comedy pilot Tom created and starred in with Naz Osmanoglu for BBC iPlayer in 2014, was later commissioned into a mini-series.

He briefly appeared as Gary Thorp in the ITV drama series Broadchurch in 2015. He appeared as Private Pike in Dad’s Army: The Lost Episodes, a recreation of three missing episodes of the BBC sitcom Dad’s Army in 2019. Manhood, his third stand-up show, received critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival that same year. (4)

Quick and Fun Facts about Tom Rosenthal

Thomas Alan Smith Rosenthal is a writer, comedian, and actor from England. From 2011 to 2020

Tom Rosenthal played Jonny Goodman in Friday Night Dinner; from 2013 to the present, he played Marcus Gallo in Plebs.

Tom Rosenthal has written and produced three stand-up comedy shows: Child of Privilege in 2011, лаодар in 2013, and Manhood from 2019 to 2020, which received rave reviews at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Thomas Alan Smith Rosenthal was born on January 14, 1988, in Hammersmith, London, the son of Newsnight producer Christine and television sports presenter Jim Rosenthal.

Tom Rosenthal is of German-Jewish descent via his dad, with one of his paternal great-grandfathers being German-Jewish physicians and writer Oscar Levy.

The London Evening Standard once dubbed him a “super-smart child of privilege.”

Tom Rosenthal grew up in Cookham, Berkshire, and studied philosophy at King’s College London.

His early comedic influences were Spaced, Brass Eye, and Da Ali G Show.

Tom Rosenthal co-starred in the Channel 4 sitcom Friday Night Dinner as Jonny Goodman, along with Simon Bird, Paul Ritter, and Mark Heap.

It w focused on the weekly Shabbat dinner in North London’s middle-class secular Jewish Goodman family.

Tom Rosenthal played the younger son, and he and Greig are the only cast members with Jewish ancestors.

The sixth and final series had the highest audience for any comedy on Channel 4 or E4 for 16-to-34-year-olds, with a 49.3 percent share, and the series averaged 3.9 million viewers.

Following Ritter’s death in 2021, it was announced that the show would be canceled.

In May 2021, an anniversary special was aired to commemorate the show’s tenth anniversary.

Tom has had at least a few relationships in the last few years.
The details of Tom’s previous relationships, partners, and breakups are unknown.

While determining who Tom Rosenthal is dating is usually straightforward, keeping track of all his hookups and exes is more complex, but this is not always the case.

Tom Rosenthal has never previously been married.

Vick Hope and Tom Rosenthal were married between 2013 and 2017.

Tom Rosenthal is not the father of any children.

Tom Rosenthal's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)

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Body TypeFit
Sexual OrientationStraight

Facts About Tom Rosenthal

NationalityBritish
Estimate Net Worth$6 million
ReligionNA
Zodiac SignCapricorn
BirthplaceLondon
Birthday January 14, 1988

References

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  3. Tom Rosenthal, retrieved from https://celebs.filmifeed.com/wiki/tom-rosenthal/
  4. Tom Rosenthal (actor), retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Rosenthal_(actor)