As a drama student, Tom Mison participated in the American Conservatory Theater’s "Young Conservatory program" in the program called, Time on Fire. He played in the American Revolution which was written by Timothy Mason.
Talking about his professional career, in 2004 Mison debuted on the stage with "Hamlet" as the role of Fortinbras. the following year, he made his debut in television through TV series “A Waste of Shame: The Mystery of Shakespeare and His Sonnets” as Young Blood.
Until now Milson has appeared in 10 TV series. Again after a year, Tom entered into the big screen with the film named L’Entente Cordiale as Niels.
Heading towards Tom's career in the radio, he joined BBC Radio as an off-screen actor in the year 2009, with the show “Deep Blue Sea” as Freddie Page.
Not only that, radio personality Mison has worked with several BBC’s radio program which includes “The Stuarts: It Came in with a Lass” as Darnley, “The Cazalets” as Gerald, “Hamlet” in the role of Laertes and “Arms and the Man” as Major Sergius Saranoff.
Accounting his personal life, Tom Mission married his girlfriend Charlotte Coy after the love affair of years. The beautiful couple seems happy together and till now there are no any rumors which show negativity on their relationship. Mison is of British nationality and belongs to a white ethnicity.
Lastly about his financial status, young and energetic actor, Mison has a net worth of $4 million. His main source of income is films, TV series and endorsement.