Thomas Robins is a New Zealand actor who played Déagol in the film adaptation of The Return of the King and young Thrain in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.


Thomas is married to a woman named Susan and has two children. He stands 5'10" in height.[1]


A noted New Zealand actor who was the original host of the Saturday morning Breakfast show, Squirt.[2] Thomas also made an uncredited cameo in Peter Jackson's King Kong as a New York Theater Goer and as Colin McKenzie (also uncredited) in Forgotten Silver. He was also also know as Alistair Morton in the New Zealand Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby.[3]


In 2010, he won an International Emmy Award (Digital Emmy) for his work on Reservoir Hill in 2009 which he shared with David Stubbs the Producer of it.[4]



Minor Actors

John BachSala BakerJed BrophyBruce HopkinsIan Hughes
Nathaniel LeesJohn LeighBret McKenzieThomas RobinsHarry Sinclair
Bruce SpencePeter TaitStephen UreNorman ForseyNorman CatesCameron RhodesSadwyn BrophyMarton CsokasSarah McLeodNoel ApplebyPaul NorellJoel TobeckRoyd Tolkien

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