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Tom Malloy

Thomas John "Tom" Malloy (born December 8, 1974) is an American actor and filmmaker based in Los Angeles, California. Malloy wrote, produced and acted in The Alphabet Killer, a psychological thriller directed by Rob Schmidt and starring Eliza Dushku, Cary Elwes, Timothy Hutton and Michael Ironside; and The Attic, a thriller directed by Mary Lambert and starring John Savage, Jason Lewis, and Elisabeth Moss. Most recently, he wrote, produced and starred in the 2009 film Love N' Dancing, a dance film/romantic comedy directed by Rob Iscove that stars Amy Smart, Billy Zane, Betty White and Rachel Dratch. Malloy has acted in other films, including Gravesend, and on television shows including Law & Order, Third Watch and Kidnapped. He wrote the book Bankroll: A New Approach To Financing Feature Films in 2009, which garnered an Amazon Average Customer Review of four-and-a-half stars. A 2nd Edition of the book is due in 2012. Malloy was born in Red Bank, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Hunterdon Central Regional High School (1990–1993) and Montclair State University (1993–1997). In addition to acting, Malloy makes motivational speeches at schools nationwide.

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