The Everything Geek Podcast is DELIGHTED to announce that actor/director/writer/producer/editor Tom Konkle is the next actor/director/writer/producer/editor we’re confirming for a celebrity guest interview on the podcast!

Tom is best known for playing Moff Isdain and Villager #1 in Star Wars: Tales of the Empire, Budwin Yacker in Safety Geeks: SVI and Grim in Ask Grim. His other notable roles include Roland Drake in Trouble Is My Business, Matthew in Apostle Peter and the Last Supper, Albert in Noise in the Middle, Self in The Art of Football from A to Z, Chow Wing Ling in Project A, Kharock, Noble and Reporter in Wings of Honneamise, Fu in City on Fire, Ken in My Father is a Hero, Yu in The Legend of Fong Sai-Yuk 2, Fei Long Bud in Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie, Various Characters in Spy TV, Cabbie in Macross Plus, Harold’s Dad in Elevator, Therapist and Stanley in Comedy Gumbo, Irish Guy and Leprechaun in Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!, The Local Pedestrian Population in Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Redemption II, Townsperson in A Reckoning and Doctor and Man #5 in Days of Our Lives. Tom’s behind the scenes credits include Creator, Director, Head Writer, Executive Producer and Editor on Invention with Brian Forbes, Creator, Writer, Producer and Editor on Safety Geeks: SVI, Director, Writer, Executive Producer and Editor on Trouble Is My Business, a Writer on Ask Grim and a Writer on Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!.

We’re looking forward to chatting with and interviewing Tom on the podcast. If you have any questions for Tom please feel free to leave them in the comments. We’ll make sure to post updates once a date is confirmed for Tom to be on the podcast.

By Ruari Williamson

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