|Occupation||Former Character actor|
|Television||Coronation Street (1990-2000)|
Thomas Ormson (born 10 November 1990) is a former English actor who played David Platt on Coronation Street from 1990 to 2000, when he left the serial to pursue other interests. He acted alongside Sean Wilson, Helen Worth, Lynsay King, Emma Collinge and Adam Rickitt. Jack P. Shepherd took over his role in 2000. Ormson has not had any other acting or television roles or appearances since then.
|1990-2000||Coronation Street||TV||David Platt||Series Regular, 409 episodes|
|1999||This Morning||TV||Himself||Guest, episode dated 24 May 1999|
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