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Gabriel Thomson is a Actor British born on 27 october 1986 at London (United-kingdom)

Gabriel Thomson

Gabriel Thomson
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Birth name Gabriel Francis Marshall-Thomson
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 27 october 1986 (32 years) at London (United-kingdom)

Gabriel Thomson (born 27 October 1986) is an English actor, best known for his role as Michael Harper in the British situation comedy series My Family.

Biography

Thompson attended Elliott School in Putney, whose other alumni include Pierce Brosnan, the XX, John Hughes, members of Hot Chip, and the elusive dubstep artist Burial.


Arrest
On 8 June 2008, Thomson was cautioned by police after being arrested for possession of Class A drugs. His agent later confirmed this, stating that "no charges of any nature are going to be brought. The police regard this matter as now closed, and so do we."

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Filmography of Gabriel Thomson (5 films)

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13Hrs
13Hrs (2010)
, 1h25
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Action, Horror
Themes Films about animals, Films about magic and magicians, Wolves in film, Werewolves in film, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Tom Felton, Isabella Calthorpe, Gemma Atkinson, Joshua Bowman, Gabriel Thomson, Peter Gadiot
Roles Charlie Moore
Rating45% 2.255662.255662.255662.255662.25566
After spending a few years in Los Angeles, Sarah Tyler (Isabella Calthorpe) returns to her home in England. She arrives to find her brothers having a party in the barn, among which are Stephen Moore (Peter Gadiot), his girlfriend Emily (Gemma Atkinson), Charlie Moore (Gabriel Thomson), Gary Ashby (Tom Felton), Doug Walker (Joshua Bowman), their youngest brother Luke Moore (Antony De Liseo) and their dog, Stoner. Luke tells Sarah about their parents' arguments over bills, and their mother's supposed love affair. When Sarah inquires about this, Stephen reveals that her stepfather has accused her mother of having an affair with a man to whom she is paying large sums of money.
Enemy at the Gates, 2h11
Directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud
Origin France
Genres Drama, War, Thriller, Action, Historical, Romance
Themes Politique, Political films
Actors Jude Law, Joseph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz, Bob Hoskins, Ed Harris, Ron Perlman
Roles Sacha Filipov
Rating75% 3.7987953.7987953.7987953.7987953.798795
In 1942, Vasily Zaytsev (Jude Law), a shepherd from the Ural Mountains who is now a soldier in the Red Army, finds himself on the front lines of the Battle of Stalingrad. Forced into a suicidal charge by barrier troops against the invading Germans, he uses impressive marksmanship skills—taught to him at a young age by his grandfather—to save himself and commisar Danilov (Joseph Fiennes). Nikita Khrushchev (Bob Hoskins) arrives in Stalingrad to coordinate the city's defences and demands ideas to improve morale. Danilov, now a Senior Lieutenant, suggests that the people need figures to idolize and give them hope, and publishes tales of Vasily's exploits in the army's newspaper that paint him as a national hero and propaganda icon. Vasily is transferred to the sniper division, and he and Danilov become friends. They also both become romantically interested in Tania (Rachel Weisz), a citizen of Stalingrad who has become a Private in the local militia. Danilov has her transferred to an intelligence unit away from the battlefield.
The New Adventures of Pinocchio, 1h34
Directed by Michael Anderson
Origin USA
Themes Films about children, Jeu, Films about magic and magicians, Adaptations de Pinocchio, Films about toys
Actors Martin Landau, Udo Kier, Gabriel Thomson, Sarah Alexander, Warwick Davis, Simon Schatzberger
Roles Pinocchio
Rating54% 2.7029052.7029052.7029052.7029052.702905
In July 1890, Pinocchio and his friend Lampwick skip school to go to a carnival. While there, they watch a presentation by the carnival's leader, Madame Flambeau. She gives a man with one shorter leg some of her Elixir, and his leg grows to the length of the other one. The carnival's dwarf then leads Pinocchio and Lampwick to "The Hall of Freaks", a place with a clown that washes his face, an albino who can blow fire from his mouth, a large fish tank that have fish with human faces, a woman with a beard, and a fairy called "Blue" who only Pinocchio can see. They then return to Pinocchio's house and find his father Geppetto, who is very sick. Pinocchio and Lampwick then return to the carnival to each buy some of Madame Flambeau's Elixir. Felinet and Volpe, a human-cat and human-fox respectively, lead them to Madame Flambeau. They don't have enough money for the Elixir, so they agree to work for her in the carnival. Lampwick drinks his Elixir and returns home, and Pinocchio gives his Elixir to Geppetto.
Great Expectations, 2h48
Directed by Julian Jarrold
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about children
Actors Ioan Gruffudd, Justine Waddell, Charlotte Rampling, Gabriel Thomson, Bernard Hill, Laura Aikman
Roles young Pip
Rating72% 3.644653.644653.644653.644653.64465
A young boy called Pip stumbles upon a hunted criminal who threatens him and demands food. A few years later, Pip finds that he has a benefactor. Imagining that Miss Havisham, a rich lady whose adopted daughter Estella he loves, is the benefactor, Pip believes in a grand plan at the end of which he will be married to Estella. However, when the criminal from his childhood turns up one stormy night and reveals that he, Magwitch, is his benefactor, Pip finds his dreams crumbling. Although initially repulsed by his benefactor, Pip gradually becomes loyal to him and stays with him until his death.
Joseph
Joseph (1995)
, 2h58
Directed by Roger Young, Robert Malcolm Young
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Fantasy, Historical, Peplum
Themes Films set in Africa, Films about religion, Films based on the Bible, Films about Jews and Judaism
Actors Ben Kingsley, Paul Joseph Mercurio, Martin Landau, Dominique Sanda, Lesley Ann Warren, Alice Krige
Roles Efraim
Rating78% 3.9193053.9193053.9193053.9193053.919305
Joseph, a Hebrew, is an Egyptian slave to Potiphar, chief of Pharaoh's palace guard. When Joseph is placed under the charge of Ednan, Potiphar's overseer, Ednan torments Joseph for his refusal to show deference for the Egyptian god Amun. But Joseph eventually earns Ednan's respect when he reveals that he knows how to read, and Ednan starts relying more and more on Joseph.