• Thomas Beaudoin is a 40-year-old Canadian actor with an estimated net worth of $5 million.
• He is fluent in French and English and began his career as a model before pursuing acting.
• He is known for his roles in "Victor Lessard," "Hubert et Fanny," and "Top Dogs: Homicides."
• He has adopted a Rottweiler dog named Billie and is a supporter of the ASPCA.
• His upcoming projects include "Paper Dreams" and "District 31."
Who is Thomas Beaudoin?
Thomas was born on 21 August 1981 under the zodiac sign of Leo, in Thetford Mines, Canada. He is a 40-year-old actor, probably best recognized for landing the role of William Bennett in “Victor Lessard” (2017), playing Hubert Morin in “Hubert Et Fanny” (2018), and featuring as L’Expert in “Top Dogs: Homicides” (2020-2021).
How rich is he, as of now? Thomas Beaudoin Net Worth
As of early 2022, Thomas Beaudoin’s net worth is estimated at over $5 million, earned through his successful career as a professional actor, working on more than 20 television and film titles since he launched his career back in 2008.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Thomas Beaudoin spent his early years in his hometown until the age of four, when he moved with his family to Drummondville, Quebec. There’s no information about his parents and their names or professions, nor the names of his two sisters. He holds Canadian nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Speaking about his educational background, he enrolled into Concordia University in Montreal to study Psychology and Exercise Science, but eventually dropped out, and went on to study Theatre in Vancouver, then moved to the United States, settling in New York City where he attended the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute.
He speaks both English and French languages fluently.
Thomas Beaudoin launched his career as a model, for several high-fashion brands, such as Dolce & Gabanna, Armani, Escada, and Ray-Ban, among many others. Once he settled in New York City, he started pursuing his career as an actor on stage. He performed in such Off-Broadway productions as Alexandre Dumas’ “La Dame Aux Camélias”, Tennessee Williams’s “Orpheus Descending”, and Jaoui & Bacri’s “Cuisine & Dépendances”. He then went on auditioning for numerous film and TV roles, and eventually won the minor part of Julie’s boyfriend in the 2008 comedy film “Le Cas Roberge”.
His debut TV appearance came in 2014, when he landed a small role in an episode of the American medical drama series “Trauma” which aired on NBC. The same year, he played Russell in the comedy film “Other Plans”, directed by Joe Eckardt.
Rise to Prominence
In 2015, Thomas Beaudoin took the role of The European in the independent romantic drama film “A New York Love Story”, which was written and directed by Apolla Echino. During the same year, he was cast as Daniel in the made-for-TV romantic mystery film “The Spirit Of Christmas”, directed by David Jackson and stars Kati Salowsky, Steven A. Miller, and Jen Lilley. He then played various characters in three episodes of the NBC crime thriller series “The Blacklist” from 2015 to 2016.
It was followed by his portrayals of William Bennett in the Quebec TV crime series “Victor Lessard”, and Hunter in the romantic comedy-drama film “Love’s Last Resort”, both in 2017. During the same year, he booked two lead male roles playing Keane Winters in the romantic comedy-drama film “The Trouble With Mistletoe”, which was directed by Ashley Avis, and featuring as Mark Barrow in the thriller drama film “Off The Rails”, opposite Hannah Barefoot. The latter follows a married woman who lost her memory after she survived a train accident, and now thinks that she had an affair with another man who is missing.
In 2018, Thomas Beaudoin continued to line up successes, taking roles of Cole Taylor in the made-for-TV romantic comedy-drama film “Love On The Slopes”, next to Katrina Bowden, and Albert in the romantic comedy film “When Love Digs A Hole”, written and directed by Ara Ball. Also in 2018, he was chosen to portray the title role of the mysterious tattoo artist Hubert Morin in the Quebec drama TV series “Hubert Et Fanny”, opposite Mylène St-Sauveur. The following year, he had the part of Henry in the mystery drama film “Finding Julia”, directed by Igor Sunara. In 2020, he landed the guest-starring role of Lorne in two episodes of the award-winning American comedy-drama TV series “Shameless”, which aired on Showtime.
From 2020 to 2021, Thomas Beaudoin was cast as L’Expert in the Quebec comedy-mystery TV series “Top Dogs: Homicides”, alongside Katherine Levac and Alexandre Bisaillon. His next major project was in the 2021 American crime drama TV series “Nova Vita”, in which he played the main protagonist Dave Harper; it was written by Scott Windhauser and directed by Santiago Salviche, and the series also stars Stephen Baldwin, Titus Welliver, and Dean Norris.
Most recently, he starred as Jonathan Craig Mister Big in the drama TV series “District 31” (2022).
Regarding his upcoming projects, it is announced that he will play Paul in Ryan Mitchel’s film “Paper Dreams”, next to Didi Conn, John Cariani and Jo Armeniox.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Thomas Beaudoin has short dark brown hair and blue-green eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft 0ins (1.84m), his weight is around 183lbs (83kgs), but information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.
Personal Life and Trivia
Thomas Beaudoin manages to keep all the details about his private life away from the spotlight, so little is known about his past and present love affairs.
Back in 2018, he was rumored to date Jen Lilley, however, they denied it as they stated that they are only good friends, and she is a married woman. His current relationship status is a mystery.
Thomas enjoys spending his spare time boxing, rock climbing, playing ice hockey, studying Krav-Maga, reading the news, and engaging photography and cinematography. He also enjoys riding motorcycles, and has even collaborated with Gentleman’s Ride to raise money for several charities – he’s a huge supporter of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), and has adopted a Rottweiler dog named Billie.