Thomas "Tommy" Mann is an English actor, wrestler and stuntman from the Sixties. Not much of his history and career is known. He was born on July 12, 1925 and became a member of the British Wrestling circuit, holding the British Middleweight title for a period in the late 1950s and early 1960s. In 1966, working as both an actor and a wrestler, he appeared as one of the Judo class participants in the self defense episode of the TV series, "Pardon The Expression," as well as providing stunt work for the shows, "Parkin's Patch" and "The Wednesday Play." he was also the motorcycle stuntman for actor Bill Kenwright for an episode of "The Fellows." He played the wrestler "Two-Ton Grudge" on the "Holiday Sport Spectacular" sketch of the December 25, 1969 episode of "The Benny Hill Show," and a Lower Tidmarsh firefighter on the December 23, 1970 episode. On June 24, 1970, he arranged the fight sequence between Cyril Turpin and Keith Lucas for the TV series, "Coronation Street." His other credits include the movies "A Couple of Beauties," "That's Your Funeral" and "Her Majesty's Pleasure." He now owns a night club in London.