Born in 1995, Tom Glynn-Carney first got a taste for acting on the screen when he played a small role on two episodes of the British hospital procedural, "Casualty" (BBC One 1986-). He went on to study acting at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London. Glynn-Carney made his big screen debut in 2017, with a standout role in the ensemble of "Dunkirk" (2017). In the film, Glynn-Carney played a young civilian on a small boat, heading to pick up soldiers stranded on the beaches of Dunkirk. The same year, the young actor played opposite Paddy Considine on the London stage in "The Ferryman," a play written by Jez Butterworth and directed by Sam Mendes. It was also announced that Glynn-Carney would be a series regular on the BBC show "The Last Post" (BBC, 2017).