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  1. Tommy Flanagan ( Glasgow, Escocia; 3 de julio de 1965) es un actor británico conocido por actuar en la película Braveheart e interpretar a Chibs en la serie televisiva Sons of Anarchy. Actuó como Cicerón en la película "Gladiator". Biografía. Flanagan nació en Glasgow, siendo el tercero de cinco hermanos.

    Año
    Título
    Rol
    Notas
    2022
    Power Book IV: Force
    Walter Flynn
    6 episodios
    2020
    Martin Conells / Dolores Abernathy ...
    3 episodios
    2019
    Alec McCullough
    7 episodios
    2019
    Filip "Chibs" Telford
    Invitado especial (Segunda temporada) ...
    • Tommy J. Flanagan
    • actor
  2. Thomas Flanagan (born 3 July 1965) is a Scottish actor. He is best known for his role as Filip "Chibs" Telford in the FX crime drama television series Sons of Anarchy (2008–2014) and its spin-off Mayans M.C. (2019), Cicero in Gladiator (2000), Morrison in Braveheart (1995), Tullk in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), Arthur ...

    Year
    Title
    Role
    2024
    Jimmy Remis
    2022
    Mr. Fitzgerald
    2022
    Jet Rink
    2022
    Anthony Greene
  3. Tommy Flanagan stars alongside Russell Crowe in Sleeping Dogs (2023) which reunites the actors following their work together on Ridley Scott's Oscar-winning classic, Gladiator. Flanagan is perhaps best known for his role as Filip 'Chibs' Telford in FX's Emmy-nominated biker gang drama Sons of Anarchy (2008 - 2014), which ran for seven seasons.

    Year
    Title
    Role
    2024
    Jimmy Remis
    2022
    Mr. Fitzgerald
    2022
    Jet Rink
    2022
    Anthony Greene
    • Actor, Producer
    • July 3, 1965
    • 2 min
  4. Tommy Flanagan stars alongside Russell Crowe in Sleeping Dogs (2023) which reunites the actors following their work together on Ridley Scott's Oscar-winning classic, Gladiator. Flanagan is perhaps best known for his role as Filip 'Chibs' Telford in FX's Emmy-nominated biker gang drama Sons of Anarchy (2008 - 2014), which ran for seven seasons.

    • July 3, 1965
    • Early Life
    • Later Life and Career
    • Personal Life
    • Playing Style
    • Awards and Legacy
    • External Links

    Flanagan was born in Conant Gardens, Detroit, Michigan, on March 16, 1930. He was the youngest of six children – five boys and a girl. His parents were both originally from Georgia. His father, Johnson Sr, was a postman, and his mother, Ida Mae,worked in the garment industry. At the age of six, Flanagan's parents gave him a clarinet for Christmas. ...

    1945–1955 – Around Detroit

    Flanagan's first concert was around 1945, with trombonist Frank Rosolino. Given Flanagan was only around 15 years old at the time, he could not stay in the bar area of the club between sets, so he went to another room and did some homework. As a teenager, he played in a band led by Lucky Thompson that also contained Pepper Adams and Kenny Burrell. Still in his teens, Flanagan also sat in on piano for some appearances by Charlie Parker in Detroit. During 1949, Flanagan had his first residence,...

    1956–early 1978 – After move to New York

    Flanagan moved to New York in 1956. He was unsure of how long he would stay, having been persuaded to go by Burrell; the two men initially stayed with Burrell's aunt in Harlem. Flanagan soon found work in clubs and studios, including recording Detroit – New York Junction with Thad Jones in March. Later that month, he returned to recording, this time with Miles Davis and Sonny Rollins, for tracks released on Collectors' Items. Rollins was leader for another session three months later: Saxophon...

    Late 1978–2001 – After Ella Fitzgerald

    Soon after leaving Fitzgerald, Flanagan played solo piano in New York. In 1979, he was a guest on the first series of Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz radio programs. He continued to work with other players, including as a trio with Tal Farlow and Red Mitchell in 1980. For much of the 1980s, he led a trio that featured bassist George Mraz and various drummers. By around 1990, Flanagan was concentrating on his own appearances and recordings rather than sideman activities. In the early 1990s, Mra...

    Flanagan first married in 1960, to Ann. The couple had a son and two daughters, and divorced in the early 1970s; Ann was killed in a car accident in 1980. Flanagan's mother died in 1959, and his father in 1977. Flanagan married Diana, his second wife, in 1976.He was survived by Diana, the three children from his first marriage, and six grandchildre...

    Whitney Balliett stated that Flanagan was the most consistent of the pianists influenced by Wilson, Tatum and Cole, and invariably created something new in his playing: he "often states the melody with dissonant, levering chords played offbeat or staccato. Never decorative, they [...] reveal both a respect for the melody and an intense desire to al...

    During his career, Flanagan was nominated for five Grammy Awards. The first occasion was in 1983: The Magnificent Tommy Flanagan for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Soloist; and Giant Steps for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group. Two years later, Thelonica was nominated for Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Soloist. The next nomination...

  5. 13 de feb. de 2024 · Tommy Flanagan, nacido el 3 de julio de 1965 en Glasgow, Escocia, es un actor reconocido por su versatilidad y talento en la industria cinematográfica y televisiva. A lo largo de su carrera, ha dejado una huella imborrable y ha cautivado al público con sus interpretaciones inolvidables.

  6. 19 de nov. de 2023 · Entre estos actores, uno de los más recordados es Tommy Flanagan quien se puso en la piel de ‘Cicerón’, el sirviente fiel de Máximo y que tiene una participación clave en el agrupamiento ...