Thomas Robins is a New Zealand actor who played Déagol in the film adaptation of The Return of the King and young Thrain in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

Biography Edit

Thomas is married to a woman named Susan and has two children. He stands 5'10" in height.[1]

Career Edit

A noted New Zealand actor who was the original host of the Saturday morning Breakfast show, Squirt.[2] Thomas also made an uncredited cameo in Peter Jackson's King Kong as a New York Theater Goer and as Colin McKenzie (also uncredited) in Forgotten Silver. He was also also know as Alistair Morton in the New Zealand Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby.[3]

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In 2010, he won an International Emmy Award (Digital Emmy) for his work on Reservoir Hill in 2009 which he shared with David Stubbs the Producer of it.[4]

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Minor Actors in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy

John BachSala BakerJed BrophyBruce HopkinsIan Hughes
Nathaniel LeesJohn LeighBret McKenzieThomas RobinsHarry Sinclair
Bruce SpencePeter TaitStephen UreNorman ForseyNorman CatesCameron RhodesSadwyn BrophyMarton CsokasSarah McLeodNoel ApplebyPaul NorellJoel TobeckRoyd Tolkien

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