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Super Randonneur

Tom, 2007 Super Randonneur Reentering Earth’s Atmosphere 600K www.rusa.com

Tom Wolfson has acted in many Outer Cape Cod productions over the last fifteen years, including performances as Eddie Carbone in A View from the Bridge, Dr. Alberto Miranda in Death and the Maiden, Phil Hogan in A Moon for the Misbegotten, and Joe Keller in All My Sons. He has also performed in several films, including Practice to Deceive (David Hoerle, Director), Local Color (David Kennedy, Producer/Director), and Third Rail Mice (Charles Duggan, Director). Ceremoniously blessed by his father 58 years ago in the name of Life with drops of Wellfleet Bay’s water on the north shore of Lieutenant’s Island, Tom was raised in New York City and has lived on or been a frequent visitor to the Cape all his life. When not acting, Tom drives a school bus, rides his recumbent bicycle around the Outer Cape and New England, and works on his writing, painting, and sculpture. He has attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Cal State Universities-Los Angeles and Northridge, and has a masters degree in creative writing from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Other occupations have included taxi, hansom cab, plumbing supply, and oil delivery truck driver, waiter, insurance broker, ditch digger, hamburger flipper, and certified public school teacher. In short, an actor’s life. He lives year-round on Cape Cod with his lovely wife of 36 years and is the proud father of a 24 year old daughter.