There’s something magnificent about Tom Cavanagh and his body. All of the actor’s known body measurements are summarized below!
Canadian television actor, Thomas Patrick Cavanagh was born on 26th October 1963 in Ottawa, Ontario. While attending Queen’s University, Kingston, Tom became interested in music and theatre. After graduation, he began his professional career by appearing in several commercials and television dramas including Jake and the Kid in the late 1990s. Along with television, Cavanagh as well performed in numerous stage productions such as Cabaret, Urinetown and Grease. In 1999, he gained major breakthrough for his recurring role as Dog Boy in the NBC television program Providence. Following that, Tom received the title character in the NBC program Ed for which he earned a Golden Globe nomination. Since then, Cavanagh has starred in a number of television series such as Eli Stone, The Following and Royal Pains. Since 2014, he has been working in the series The Flash. In addition to that, Tom also performed variety of roles in several films including Snow 2: Brain Freeze, A Killer Among Us and 400 Days. Coming towards his personal life, Tom Cavanagh has been married to photo editor Maureen Grise since 2004.
Body Measurements Statistics
All Tom Cavanagh’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inches (182 cm)|
|Weight:||172 lbs (78 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||—|
|Net Worth:||$4 Million|
“A woman who’s light on her feet is always going to make the guy on her arm look better.”
“I think most people who were involved with television will tell you, if given a season or given a 13-episode order and getting those episodes on the air, and if viewers don’t come, I think most people will tell you they’d walk away. They feel they were given a fair shake, and if viewers didn’t come, they didn’t come.”
“It’s nice to have people interested about a show that you’re involved in. It’s what actors want.”
“For me, if its television, if it’s theater, if it’s film, and it’s good, I don’t make much of distinction between the 3. I think there’s only so many great stories out there. If you get the chance to be a part of one, it doesn’t matter what it is.”
“I’ve known Greg Berlanti from way back. I’ve done two shows with him, and both times, he was like, ‘I’ve got something good for you,’ and they did not disappoint.”