The Sandman: Internet users bewitched by the charisma of actor Tom Sturridge (Opinion)

This is the event series for this month of August! Long awaited,The Sandman has finally been released on Netflix in this Friday, August 5, 2022 and has already caused a lot of ink to flow about it. It must be admitted that its first trailer had already quite impressed the fans of the comic strip from which the series is adapted. Promising, the series has indeed taken up the challenge of making it a faithful work but also an original creation thanks to the competition of neil gaiman in person who supervised the operations.

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Who is Tom Sturridge, charismatic dream lord?

And if the success of The Sandman lies mainly in its story, the cast, and in particular the charisma of Tom Sturridge, there is also no doubt also for something. That’s why we decided to find out more about this particularly charming and sulky master of dreams.

If the face of the British actor is familiar to you, it is probably because you have already seen it in comedy “Good Morning England” where he interprets the role of Carl. Later, in 2012, he distinguished himself by playing alongside Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst in the road movie “On the road“, adapted from the novel by Jack Kerouac.

His filmography also has many successes such as “Song to Song” by Terence Malik or even the series “Irma Vep”. “The Sandman” comes to offer him the coveted main role of the sandman, alias Morpheus and propels his career already well underway. He was notably in the running for this role with Tom York (Poldark) and Colin Morgan (Merlin).

In terms of his private life, Tom Sturridge is the father of a little Marlowe from his relationship with the actress and model Sienna Miller from which he has been separated since 2015.

Internet users seduced by the performance of the British actor




The Sandman: Internet users bewitched by the charisma of actor Tom Sturridge (Opinion)