Tom Wlaschiha was born in Dresden and grew up in former East Germany.
In 1996, after finishing his studies at renowned drama schools Hochschule für Musik und Theater - Leipzig, Germany and Conservatoire pour les Arts in Liège, Belgium, he went on to be a member of various theatre companies including Staatsschauspiel Dresden and Schauspielhaus Zurich for several years.
Tom’s theater credits include the acclaimed production of Clinic directed by Falk Richter and Henry IV directed by Stefan Pucher.
In the past decade he has worked extensively in film and television both in Germany and abroad. His credits include The Deep for BBC, Brideshead Revisited, Christopher and His Kind for BBC, Krabat, The Cloud and Munich.
Tom appears in the Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® Award-winning television series Game Of Thrones for HBO and feature films Rush directed by Ron Howard for Universal films and Amit Gupta's Resistance.
Tom lives in London and Berlin and speaks English, Russian, German and French.