“Tam Williams as Lord Lindsey deserves a special mention for his prowess at clearing hurdles!”

Time Out’s 5 star review on ‘Chariots of Fire’


Littler’s double-casting decisions see Williams taking on the role of Caliban – a disfigured, bruised, and quite unsightly creature – as well as the handsome heir to the Neapolitan throne. This installs a compelling paradigm between the two, notably pre-and-post interval.

Broadway World

“Sir John Roverhead (a hilariously Fey Tam Williams)”

Ann Treneman on ‘The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich’, The Times

“Tam Williams preens nicely as he twists his curls.”

Susannah Clapp on ‘The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich’, The Observer

“There is good work from … Tam Williams as a shallow aristo positively enthralled by his own kiss curl.”

Michael Billington on ‘The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich’, The Guardian

“As Sylvia’s sardonic brother Martin, Tam Williams cuts a dash as fine as any a Georgette Heyer rake, yet also hints at a deep unhappiness beneath his glee in the mischief making.”

Holly Williams on ‘The Lottery of Love’, The Stage

“There are lovely comic performances from Dominic Tighe and Tam Williams as the Kinks’ first managers, two Tory toffs “having the time of their lives” with this working class band…”

Charles Spencer on ‘Sunny Afternoon’, Sunday Telegraph

“Tam Williams is perfectly cast as the band’s original, genial, English-toff representative.”

Quentin Letts on ‘Sunny Afternoon’, Daily Mail

“Tam Williams as Lord Lindsey proves himself to be both an actor and an athlete of distinction … The show’s most striking scene is when he has to clear a high-jump with glasses of fizz perched precariously on each end.”

Tim Walker on ‘Chariots of Fire, Sunday Telegraph

“Tam Williams as Lord Lindsey jumps the famous hurdle with champagne glasses balances on it three times, to hysterical applause”

Libby Purves on ‘Chariots of Fire’, The Times

“Tam Williams as Lord Lindsey deserves a special mention for his prowess at clearing hurdles!”

Time Out’s 5 star review on ‘Chariots of Fire’

“Tam Williams deftly captures both the hypocrisy and the genuine charm of Jack.”

Charles Spencer on ‘The Rivals’, Daily Telegraph

“From the moment that Williams staggers from a doorway … it seems deception comes naturally to him. There is a hardness and selfishness to his portrayal of Jack Absolute.”

Sam Marlowe on ‘The Rivals’, The Times

“Tam Williams’ Jack Absolute, tousled and handsome, achieves a winning blend of charm and arrogance.”

Sarah Hemming on ‘The Rivals’, Financial Times

“Williams take to the role with … a youthful charm, beautifully capturing the spirit and bewilderment of Jack.”

Sheila Conner on ‘The Rivals’, British Theatre Guide

“Tam Williams makes a superbly androgynous, disconcertingly sexy Viola/Cesario.”

Charles Spencer on ‘Twelfth Night’, Daily Telegraph

“The production has a first rate Viola in Tam Williams.”

Ben Brantley on ‘Twelfth Night’, NY Times

“At the plays emotional centre is the wonderful Tam Williams’ extremely affecting Viola … Williams perfectly captures her perplexed state of mind.”

Georgina Brown on ‘Twelfth Night’, Mail on Sunday

UK representation

Scott Marshall Partners
+44(0)20 7637 4623
Stage: amanda@scottmarshall.co.uk
Television & Film:

Voiceover representation

Say So Voices
5th floor
21 Berners street
London, W1T 3LP
+44 (0) 203 928 9778

Social media

Twitter: @tamwilliams2
Instagram: @hughtam