William Thomas: Snakes In Paradise

Date - 4 September, 2012, All News Television
William Thomas | Sainou Talent Agency London

William Thomas plays George Coberg in the German TV drama Snakes In Paradise which is part of their Rosamunde Pilcher Collection.

With an annual production volume of 8 x 90 minutes on average, FFP New Media is one of the leading TV and film production companies in Germany. The flagship of the company, the Rosamund Pilcher Collection, attracts audiences of between 6 and 7 million viewers on a regular basis, making it one of the formats with the highest ratings on German television.

FFP New Media was one of the first production companies in Germany to secure film rights to works by bestselling novelists such as Barbara Wood, Joy Fielding and Enid Blyton.


William Thomas has become a household name through his television and film work. His work spans four decades and he received a nomination for Best Actor at the BAFTA Cymru Awards (2007) for his portrayal of Glyn in the award winning Con Passionate.

Other television credits include Doctor Who, Midsomer Murders, Alys, Gavin & Stacey, Belonging (10 Series), Grass, Fun at the Funeral Parlour and We Are Seven.

Film work includes Mr Nice (Kodak Award Winner); Assassin in Love (RiverRun International Film Festival Winner); Longitude (2001 BAFTA Winner for Best Drama Serial); Oscar nominated & BAFTA Award winning Solomon & Gaenor; and of course the iconic portrayal of Bryn Cartwright in the award winning Twin Town.

William also plays Geraint Cooper in the BBC & US Series, Torchwood.

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