Thom Sesma

Thom Sesma has been working as an actor on TV, in film and the theatre for over four decades. His career began most notably with his Broadway debut in the original production of La Cage Aux Folles in 1984. Since then he’s managed to spend most of his life in rehearsal studios, on large and small stages in New York and around the country, on Broadway and off, in major regional theaters and tiny summer stock barns, in front of cameras on tv and film sets, in works ranging from classical theatre, to contemporary dramas to musicals splashy and serious, from police procedurals and hospital dramas to soap operas and sitcoms. As an actor of mixed-race heritage (Basque-Japanese American) he is a strong advocate for diversity in all aspects of the entertainment industry, from performance to production to management. His career has been documented in the Library of Congress. He teaches and coaches actors in New York, where he resides with his wife, Broadway company manager Penelope Daulton. For more details, please visit