Thomas Hildreth is an actor/producer and owner of Sternman Productions. In late 2019, Hildreth teamed up with award-winning director Eddie Alcazar (Perfect, exec produced by Steven Soderbergh), co-founding a new company called Cure Films, producing films in the psycho-horror genre. Hildreth plays the villain opposite Bill Duke (Predator, X-Men) in the company’s first film The Vandal, exec produced by Darren Aronofsky and premiering at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival.
Hildreth has a 15-year track record of developing original material from screenwriters, novelists, and playwrights for film and TV. In 2020, he produced and starred in a short story-to-film adaptation, The Kinjiku, alongside Tony Denison (The Closer, Major Crimes) and Ron Canada (Cinderella Man), with award-winning executive producer Mark R. Harris (Crash, Gods and Monsters).
Previously, Hildreth produced and starred opposite Ted Levine (The Bridge, Silence of the Lambs) in award-winning feature Child of Grace now on iTunes, Prime Video, and Google Play. He also produced and played the leading role in the critically acclaimed film Islander on SHOWTIME with Philip Baker Hall (Magnolia) and Amy Jo Johnson (Felicity, Flashpoint).
A Maine native, Hildreth attended Connecticut College, New York University, and received an MFA from Rutgers University. He lives in Los Angeles and New York with his wife, five small children, and beautiful Collie/Lab “Senga”. It’s chaotic juggling work and life with five little kids running around, but Hildreth handles it all with grace and ease. (His noise-canceling headphones also help!) A great dad and dedicated artist, Hildreth manages to squeeze in time for tennis and golf, deep powder skiing and scuba diving all over the world.
Thomas Hildreth acts with rare focus, intensity and emotional truth... a knack for putting his own unique stamp on his characters.
- Award-Winning Actor, Ron Canada
Scenes from Child of Grace with Ted Levine, Islander with Philip Baker Hall & Larry Pine, and The Kinjiku with Tony Denison & Ron Canada.