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November 28, 2022: Judith Leverone's children's book "The Theatrical Boot" (edited by Thom Christopher, illustrated by Brixton Doyle) is available on Amazon.

November 19, 2020: joint interview with Thom Christopher and Tonya Walker (Alex Olanov on One Life To Live) in The Locher Room on YouTube.

March 2020: Thom Christopher is now on Cameo! This means that you can book him to record a short video message for you.

September 24, 2019
: Thom's wife Judith Christopher-Leverone passed away on this sad day. Our sincerest condolences to Thom for this terrible loss. Online condolences can be offered here.

December 1-3,  2017
: Buck Rogers reunion at NY Wintercon with Thom Christopher, Gil Gerard, Erin Gray, Felix Silla and Barbara Luna. They all appeared Saturday & Sunday, with a Buck Rogers Q&A on Sunday 3 December.  The Queens Chronicle has an article about it here, featuring a picture of Thom.

March 17, 2015
: Thom Christopher at the Poetry Theatre, reading Edgar Allan Poe's Annabel Lee and Edward Lear's The Owl and the Pussy-Cat
Thom at Poetry Theatre

March 15, 2014: Thom Christopher plays "Elliot Handle" in new film ADDicted by writer/director Dan Jenski. It is a feature-length version of Jenski's short film of the same name. For more information, see the kickstarter page for this project:

Sonoma International Film Festival interview with Dan Jenski about ADDicted:
October 13,  2013: Thom Christopher attended Daytime Stars and Strikes, a charity event in New York to benefit the American Cancer Society. Pictures can be found here.

June 3, 2013: Thom Christopher handed out a Theatre World Award to Tom Sturridge for his debut in Orphans (source). Photos can be seen here: 

February 16, 2013:
Thom Christopher was scheduled to play Mark Rothko in "Red", written by John Logan and directed by Joseph Discher. The play opened on January 31, and ran until February 17. However, on 29 January a cast change was announced, with Joel Leffert taking over the role of Mark Rothko. "Leffert was a last-minute fill-in when New York actor Thom Christopher departed days before the premiere because of “artistic differences.” " (source)
Thom Christopher was interviewed on "Red" before he left:
  And there's this Radio Colorado College video interview with Thom Christopher, Joseph Discher (director), and Jordan Coughtry (actor):

October 7, 2012:
 Thom Christopher was scheduled to attend the 9th Annual Daytime Stars and Strikes Event, a charity event to benefit The American Cancer Society. Event website:

June 26-30, 2012
: Thom Christopher stars in the Adirondack's Theatre bow tyingFestival's production of "Black Tie" by A.R. Gurney. Click here for more information and to buy tickets
"Black Tie is a recent Off-Broadway hit comedy set in a Lake George Hotel on the eve of a family wedding. Mr. Christopher plays the father of the groom, who simply wants to make a memorable toast. But before he is able to raise his glass, he must defend time-honored traditions of the past, including his formal attire. Cultures and generations clash when a surprise guest is announced, threatening to throw convention out the window. Balancing the standards of his late father and the needs of his future family may prove too messy for a black tie affair." (Source: Broadway World.)

First report from a fan who attended the opening performance

Articles (with photos):
May 16, 2012: Thom Christopher was once again a guest at Love Out Loud, a fund-raiser for AIDS Walk New York. Daytime Confidential has a picture. See the links below for more information:
November 6, 2011: Thom Christopher apeared at the South Coast Toy and Comic show.

Here's a video from the show in which Thom Christopher talks about his role as "Hawk" at the South Coast Toy and Comic Book Show Q&A. Video made by Brian L. Liss.

August 19-21, 2011
: Thom Christopher was a guest at Monster-Mania in Philadelphia, NJ. Gil Gerard and Erin Gray were there too. Look here and here for pictures of Thom with fans. Vids of the Buck Rogers / Flash Gordon panel:
Part One (Thom talks at length about Buck Rogers Season 2, starting from 6:02):

Part Two (Thom shares his ideas on where to take the characters now, from 0:45):

Part Three (Thom on creating and recreating art from 3:42, and on The Ship Who Sang from 8:30):

June 24-26, 2011: Thom Christopher was a guest at the Trek Expo in Tulsa, OK. The other stars from Buck Rogers (Gil Gerard, Erin Gray, Felix Silla) were there too. Here is a Broadway World interview in which Thom Christopher talks about the (then upcoming) event.

October 9, 2010
: Together with other OLTL stars, Thom Christopher attended the One Life To Live Fan Club Luncheon at the Helmsley Hotel in New York. Click here for a picture of Thom Christopher with David Fumero and Kim Zimmer at the fan club luncheon.

June 11 - July 3, 2010
: unlike previously announced, Thom Christopher will NOT be playing the role of Mexican painter Diego Rivera in the new Off-Broadway play Modotti. For unknown reasons, he has been replaced by Marco Greco, according to this Playbill news article dated 27 May 2010. The play Modotti will run from June 11 to July 3, with previews on June 8. Read the original New York Theatre Guide announcement here. 
Laramie Project poster
October 12, 2009
: Thom Christopher took part in a staged reading of The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later (An Epilogue) at the Barrington Stage Company. From the Barrington Stage Company Press Release:
"The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later (An Epilogue) is a staged reading that will be directed by BSC Producing Director Richard M. Parison, Jr. The creators of the highly acclaimed play The Laramie Project, Moisés Kaufman, Leigh Fondakowski, Greg Pierotti, Andy Paris and Stephen Belber of the Tectonic Theater Project, which since 2000 has been one of the most performed plays in America, will premiere a compelling and groundbreaking epilogue to the original piece. The staged reading of The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later (An Epilogue), will be performed at Barrington Stage Company and more than 100 other theaters across the country on October 12, 2009. The epilogue focuses on the long-term effect of the murder of Matthew Shepard on the town of Laramie. It explores how the town has changed and how the murder continues to reverberate in the community. Performances are Monday, October 12 at 3pm and 7pm on the BSC Mainstage, 30 Union Street, Pittsfield. Tickets: $15 adults; $10 students; $75 Laramie Patron ticket."

Read about the performance in this article from (with pictures!)

May 13, 2009
: Thom Christopher appeared at Love Out Loud, a fund-raiser for AIDS Walk New York.
Where: Prohibition, 503 Columbus Ave. (@ 84th) in Manhattan, New York.
When: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 5:30 to 9:00 PM
How Much: $30.00 donation at the door
See the links below for more information: July 3, 2008: Carlo is back!!! Thom Christopher has reprised his role as supervillain Carlo Hesser in the soap opera One Life To Live. He made his dramatic re-entrance at the end of the 3 July episode. Watch it here on YouTube (Carlo appears about halfway down the clip). According to TV Guide, his future storyline will involve forcing Tina to watch as he sends her daughter Sarah over a waterfall. More details can be found here: Another Vermeer March 29 - April 20, 2008: Thom Christopher played Dutch art critic Abraham Bredius (see picture, with Austin Pendleton as Vermeer) in the Abingdon Theatre Company's performance of "Another Vermeer" by Bruce J. Robinson. Links to reviews: February 14-24, 2008: Thom Christopher stars in Barrington Stage Company’s production of "Trumbo". More information and reviews: July 13-15, 2007: Thom Christopher plays Johnny Dembo in the musical "Bajour" by the York Theatre Company. For more information:
The musical is part of the York Theatre Company's summer Musicals in Mufti series, which offers rarely performed musicals in staged concert performances. "Mufti" means "in street clothes, without the usual trappings." This is illustrated by the following photo's from Broadway
May 16 - June 10, 2007: Thom Christopher stars as Picasso in the play "A Picasso" at The Berkshire Athenaeum (1 Wendell Avenue, Pittsfield, USA). Read more details here. Originally running until June 3, due to popular demand the play was extended with an additional week until June 10. To understand why, read the following reviews:
October 13, 2006: Thom Christopher is one of the celebrity bartenders at Bradley Cole's Annual Rock Show for Charity (benefiting the American Red Cross).

July 29-30, 2006: As he has done every year since 1994, Thom Christopher has attended the Satins, Silks and Stars weekend to benefit Special Olympics New York.

May 2006
: Thom Christopher's latest film, They're Just My Friends, is out now. You can see (and hear) him in the on-line trailer.

September 27, 2005
: Thom Christopher tended bar together with other soap stars at Blondies Sports Bar in New York City, to benefit the Daily News' Katrina Relief Fund, in conjunction with AmeriCares.

September 22, 2005
: Presumably, as every year Thom Christopher attended the 19th Annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Flea Market and Grand Auction, raising money for people with AIDS, HIV, or HIV-related illnesses.
Thom Christopher as Carlo Hesser
September 9, 2005
: Thom Christopher returns again as Carlo Hesser on One Life To Live. Initially, his return to OLTL (see below) was meant to be short-term only, but as Soaps In Depth (SID) magazine reported, OLTL head writer Dena Higley changed her mind after researching the character of Carlo Hesser. As she "found a wealth of back story, it all became more interesting." Carlo's new storyline is tied up with that of Christian Vega.

August 2005
: Thom Christopher is in an anti-tobacco commercial for "The Truth" playing a lawyer for Big Tobacco.

July 30-31, 2005: As he has done since 1992, Thom Christopher has attended the Satin, Silks & Stars weekend (plus Equestrian Demonstration), the annual fundraiser for the New York Special Olympics. Pictures of the event can be seen on the Satins, Silks and Stars site!

June 8, 2005
: Thom Christopher has reprised the role of notorious villain Carlo Hesser on the soap opera One Life To Live. OLTL discussion boards are buzzing with excitement over his return. Some fan quotes about his first reappearance on the show: "Wow ~ I forgot just how charismatic Thom Christopher is as Carlo Hesser." -- "Carlo was great!!!!!!!!!!!!" -- "I don't know Carlo Hesser's history, but I'm already loving this guy - he and Asa sizzle." -- "Great to See Carlo Today!! Love that evil laugh!!" -- "It is good to see Carlo back. Thom Christopher is an excellent actor. Hope he stays for a long time."
Click here for a short summary of Carlo Hesser's history on the show. Also read why Ryan Clements is happy to see Carlo Hesser return ("Hallelujah!") in his Two Scoops Commentary on Soap Central OLTL online.
Thom Christopher at Megacon
February 25-27, 2005
: Thom Christopher attended MegaCon in Orlando, Florida, together with his Buck Rogers co-stars Gil Gerard, Erin Gray, and Felix Silla. Click HERE for a report by Susan Kite. Thanks to Sue for the picture of Thom Christopher at Megacon (right).

November 16, 2004
: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century has been released on DVD!! See the Hawk news section for more information.

October 5-31, 2004
: Thom Christopher on stage in Portland, Oregon, playing "King Lear" in a modern version of Shakespeare's classic tragedy. Read the press release for more details!

July 31 and August 1, 2004
: as always, Thom Christopher attended the New York Special Olympics "Satins Silks and Stars" weekend at Saratoga Springs.

July 23, 2004
: The film Nola by Alan Hruska has opened in NY. Thom Christopher has a main part as the 'bad guy', Niles Sternlicht (see picture). Visit the official Nola website for details, clips and images. For (mostly bad) reviews click here.

July 9-11, 2004
: Thom Christopher was a guest at the 26th Shore Leave SF convention in Baltimore, Maryland.

April 3-4, 2004
: Thom Christopher appeared at the Big Apple Con together with Barbara Luna (Koori on Buck Rogers)

March 29, 2004
: Thom Christopher attended the Actor's Equity 90th Anniversary Gala at The Players in NYC. Click on the following link for a picture (© 2004. Actors' Equity Association).

October 31-November 2, 2003
: Thom Christopher made his first convention appearance in years at the Chiller Expo. Click on the following link for a picture (© G. Noel Gross).
July 27, 2003: Winners of the Golden Lighthouse Award (fan-based online awards) are announced. The character "Colonel Dax" played by Thom Christopher on Guiding Light was nominated in the category: "Favorite Alum Character", but did not win.
July 26-27, 2003: the final weekend of the Special Olympics New York Satins, Silks & Stars week. On July 26, Thom Christopher appeared at the Black-Tie Gala. On July 27, he hosted the Equestrian Demonstrations, as he has done for over ten years. He also took part in the Q&A with the Stars session and the Gourmet luncheon at the track. Read more about Thom Christopher's support of the Special Olympics NY in this interview.
Hosting the NYSO Equestrian Demonstration 2001
Hosting the NYSO Equestrian Demonstration
on July 28, 2001. Picture © NYSO

June 28, 2003: Thom Christopher and other soap stars tended bar at Suite 16 in New York City to raise funds for The Gabriel Project, which helps Third World children that suffer from life-threatening heart problems.

June 19, 2003: Thom Christopher and other soap stars tended bar at Blondies Sports Bar in New York City to raise funds for The Michael and Edward B. Leahey, Jr. Foundation, which supports cardiac research.

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