Thomas Doherty Movies and TV Shows

Thomas Doherty is a Scottish singer and actor from Edinburgh. He is famous for his roles in the musical series The Lodge, The Invitation, and Gossip Girl. Here, we will discuss some of the best Thomas Doherty Movies and TV shows.

Thomas Doherty’s full name is Thomas Anthony Doherty. He was born on April 21, 1995, in Edinburgh. He has a younger sister and an older brother. Thomas is 28 years old, and his zodiac sign is Taurus. Thomas Anthony Doherty’s nationality is British & Scottish, and he is Christian by religion.

In this article, we will look closer at Thomas Doherty career journey in Movies and TV shows. Moreover, we will discuss Thomas Doherty Movies and TV Shows and their cast and characters, storylines, and ratings. So be ready to know the hidden effects of the highly rated movies and TV Shows of Thomas Doherty.

Movies

1-The Invitation

Quick Info

Directed By Jessica M. Thompson
Written By Blair Butler
Produced By Emile Gladstone
Cinematography By Autumn Eakin
Music By Dara Taylor
Edited By Tom Elkins
Released Date August 26, 2022
Language English
Country United States
Genre Horror, Thriller & Mystery
Run Time 1 hour 44 minutes
Rating 2.9

 

Story Line

It is a Horror movie. After her mother’s death and having no other known relatives, Evie takes a DNA test and discovers a long-lost cousin she never knew she had. Her newfound family invites Evie to a luxury wedding in the English countryside. The sexy aristocratic host seduced  Evie for the first time. However, she’s soon thrust into a nightmare of survival as she uncovers dark secrets about her family history and the unsettling intentions behind their sinful generosity.

Cast and Characters

  • Thomas Doherty as Walter De Ville
  • Nathalie Emmanuel as Evie
  • Stephanie Corneliussen & Viktoria
  • Alana Boden as Lucy Westenra
  • Hugh Skinner as Oliver
  • Sean Pertwee as Renfield
  • Virag Barany as Emmaline
  • Garrett Hedlund
  • Courtney Taylor as Grace
  • Panka Muranyi
  • Lili Walters
  • Elizabeth Counsella as Mina Harker
  • Jeremy Wheeler as Jonathan Harker
  • Simon Szabo
  • Ian Lindsay as Great Uncle Alfred
  • Kata Sarbo
  • Scott Alexander Young as Uncle Julius
  • Carol Ann Crawford as Pani Swift
  • Christine Grace Szarko as Cheerful Women
  • Peter Linka
  • Andras Korcsmaros

Rating

Google N/A
Rotten Tomatoes 29%
Common Sense Media 4.0
IMDb 5.3/10

 

2-Descendants 2

Quick Info

Directed By Kenny Ortega
Written By Josann McGibbon
Produced By Tracey Jeffrey
Cinematography By Mark Lrwin
Music By David Nessim Lawrence
Editor Don Brochu
Released Date July 21, 2017
Language English
Country United States
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy and Children’s film
Run Time 1 hour 51 minutes
Rating 4.6

 

Story Line

It is an action film full of adventure. In the stat, when the pressure to be royally perfect gets too much for money, she returns to the Isle of the Lost. She knows that Uma, the daughter of Ursula, has taken over as queen and that her group is finalizing plans to bring down the barrier.

In the last, Uma jumps into the water using Ursula’s magic necklace to transform into a Cecaelia, and Mal fights as a dragon. Ben intervenes, ends the battle, and Uma returns the ring that Ben had initially given her when he had announced her as his true love and leaves.

Cast and Characters

  • China Anne McClain as Uma
  • Keegan Conner Tracy as Belle
  • Dan Payne as the Beast
  • Anna Cathcart as Dizzy Tremaine
  • Zachary Gibson as Doug
  • Jedidiah Goodarce as Chad Charming
  • Diana Doan as Lonnie
  • Dylan Playfair as Gil
  • Thomas Doherty as Harry Hook
  • Booby Moynihan as The Fairy Godmother
  • Brenna D’Amico as Jane
  • Mitchell Hope as Ben
  • Booboo Stewart as Jay
  • Sofia Carson as Evie
  • Cameron Boyce as Carlos
  • Dove Cameron as Mal

Rating

Google 4.6
Rotten Tomatoes 71%
Common Sense Media 4.0
IMDb 6.3/10

 

3-High Strung

 Quick Info

Directed By Michael Damian
Written By Janeen Damian And Michael Damian
Produced By Janeen Damian And Michael Damian
Cinematography By Viorel Sergovici
Music By Nathan Lanier
Edited By Peter CabadaHagan & Janeen Damian
Released Date February 6, 2016
Language English
Country United States
Genre Romance, Musical & Dance Film
Run Time 1 hour 36 minutes
Rating 4.5

 

Story Line

This movie is full of romance, music, and dance. The story of the movie revolves around two British violinists. Sparks fly between a British violinist (Nicholas Galitzine) and a  young ballerina (Keenan Kampa) because they are preparing for a musical competition.

Cast and Characters

  • Nigel Barber as Mr. Peterson
  • David Lipper as Sam
  • Tomi May as Detective Mullen
  • Andrew Pleavin as Slater
  • Dave Scott as Macki
  • Miranda Wilson as Mary
  • Simon A. Mendoza as Ollie
  • Comfort Fedoke as Pop Tart
  • Marcus Emanuel Mitchell as Hayward Jones
  • Anabel Kutay as April
  • Ian Eastwood as Rik
  • Maia Morgenstern as Markova
  • Paul Freeman as Kramrovsky
  • Richard Southgate as Kyle
  • Sonoya Mizuno as Jazzy
  • Jane Seymour as Oksana
  • Nicholas Galitzine as Johnnie Blackwell
  • Keenan Kampa as Ruby

Rating

Google 4.5
Rotten Tomatoes 75%
Common Sense Media 3.0
IMDb 6.3/10

 

4-The Lodge

 Quick Info

Directed By Veronika Franz & Severin Fiala
Written By Chris Coppel
Produced By Aliza James, Simon Omas & Aaron Ryder
Cinematography By Thimios Bakatakis
Music By Danny Bensi & Saunder Jurriaans
Edited By Michael Palm
Released Date January 2, 2019
Language English
Country United States
Genre Horror & Thriller
Run Time 1 hour 40 minutes
Rating 2.3

 

Story Line

The movie revolves around a family going for the winter holidays. During a family retreat to a winter cabin over the holidays, The father is forced to abruptly depart for work, leaving his children to take care of his new girlfriend, Grace. Isolated and alone, they are trapped inside the lodge by a blizzard as terrifying events summon specters from Grace’s dark past.

Cast and Characters

  • Danny Keough as Aaron Marshall
  • Alicia Silverstone as Laura Hall
  • Richard Armitage as Richard Hall
  • Lia McHugh as Mia Hall
  • Jaedan Martell as Aiden Hall
  • Lola Reid as young Grace
  • Riley Keough as Grace Marshall

Rating

Google 2.3
Rotten Tomatoes 75%
Common Sense Media 3.0
IMDb 6.0/10

 

TV Shows

1- Gossip Girl

Thomas Doherty Movies and TV Shows

Quick Info

Directed By Josh Schwartz & Stephanie Savage
Written By Cecily von Ziegesar
Produced By Josh Schwartz
Cinematography By Jeffery Waldron
Music By Ariel Rechtshaid
Released Date July 8, 2021
Language English
Country United States
Genre Adolescence, Romantic & Teen Drama
Run Time 39-44 minutes
Rating 4.7

 

Story Line

The series is about privileged teenagers attending a famous high school in Upper East Side New York, because their lives are regularly watched and sometimes ruined by locals and an infamous blogger. It is a romantic Teen drama.

Cast and Characters

  • Leighton Meester as Blair Waldorf
  • Penn Badgley as Dan Humphrey
  • Chace Crawford as Nate Archibald
  • Taylor Momsen as Jenny Humphrey
  • Ed Westwick as Chuck Bass
  • Matthew Settle as Rufus Humphrey
  • Jessica Szohr as Vanessa Abrams
  • Kaylee DeFer as Ivy Dickens
  • Zuzanna Szadkowski as Dorota Kishlovsky
  • Margaret Colin and Wallace Shwan as Elanor Waldrof and Cyrus Rose
  • Michelle Trachtenberg as Georgina Sparks
  • Robert John Burke as Bartholomew Bass

Rating

Google 4.7
Rotten Tomatoes 84%
Common Sense Media 3.0
IMDb 7.5/10

 

2- Legacies

Thomas Doherty Movies and TV Shows

Quick Info

Directed By Jeffrey G. Hunt, Michael A. Allowitz & America Young
Written By Julie Plec, Brett Matthews, Adam Higgs & Ben Raab
Produced By Julie Plec
Cinematography By Michael Karasick, Darren Genet & John Smith
Music By N/A
Studio CBS Television Studio
Editor Tony Solomons, Evan J. Warner & Chad Rubel
Released Date October 25, 2018
Language English
Country United States
Genre Supernatural Fiction & Fantasy
Run Time 41-42 minutes
Rating 4.4

 

Story Line

Legacies is a Supernatural fiction and fantasy TV series. Premise Legacies follows Hope Mikaelson, the daughter of Hayley Marshall and Klaus Mikaelson, who is related to some of the most powerful vampires, werewolves, and witch bloodlines. Two years after the original events, Seventeen-year-old Hope attends the Salvatore School.

Cast and Characters

  • Danielle Rose Russell as Hope Mikaelson
  • Aria Shahghasemi as Landon Kirby
  • Kaylee Bryant as Josie Saltzman
  • Jenny Boyd as Lizzie Saltzman
  • Quincy Fouse as MG
  • Peyton Alex Smith as Rafeel
  • Matt Davis as Alaric Saltzman
  • Chris Lee as Kaleb
  • Ben Levin as Jed
  • Leo Howard as Ethan
  • Omono Okojie as Cleo
  • Demetrius as Bridges as Dorian Williams
  • Lulu Antariksa as Penelope Park
  • Karen David as Emma Tig
  • Ben Geurens as the Nercomancer
  • Nick Fink as Ryan Clarke
  • Elijah B. Moore as Wade
  • Ebboney Wilson as Kym
  • Bianca Kajlich as Sheriff Mac
  • Bianca Santos as Maya
  • Alexis Denisof as Professor Vardemus
  • Thomas Doherty as Sebastian
  • Olivia Liang Alyssa Chang
  • Charles Jazz Terrier as Chad
  • Giorgia Whigham as Jade
  • Courtney Bandeko as Finch
  • Zane Phillips as Ben
  • Piper Curda as Jen
  • Luke Mitchell as Ken
  • Zach Roering as Matt Donovan
  • Steven R. McQueen as Jeremy Gilbert
  • Riley Voelkel as Ferya Mikaelson
  • Chris Wood as Kai Parker
  • Claire Holt as Rebekah Mikaelson
  • Rebecca Breeds as Aurora de Martel
  • Charles Michael Davis as Marcel Gerard
  • Nathaniel Buzolic as Koi Mikaelson
  • Candice King as Caroline Forbes
  • Joseph Morgan as Klaus Mikaelson

Rating

Google 4.4
Rotten Tomatoes 82%
Common Sense Media 3.0
IMDb 7.2/10

 

3- Catherine the Great (miniseries)

Thomas Doherty Movies and TV Shows

Quick Info

Directed By Philip Martin
Written By Nigel Williams
Produced By David M. Thompson
Cinematography By Stuart Howell
Music By Rupert Gregson-Williams
Editors Stuart Gazzard & Selina MacArthur
Released Date October 3, 2019
Language English
Country United States
Genre Drama
Run Time 60 minutes
Rating 2.7

 

Story Line

Amidst intrigue, scandal, and immense conflict, Russian Czarina Catherine the Great (Dame Helen Mirren) makes a devoted and unique relationship with Grigory Potemkin (Jason Clarke) because they overcome their adversaries and serve as the builders of modern-day Russia.

 Cast and Characters

  • Helen Mirren as Catherine the Great
  • Jason Clarke as Grigory Potemkin
  • Rory Kinnear as Nikita Ivanovich Panin
  • Ginna McKee as Countess Praskovya Burce
  • Kevin R. McNally as Alexei Orlov
  • Richard Roxburgh as Grigory Orlov
  • Jospeh Quinn as Paul Petrovich
  • Clive Russell as the Fool
  • Paul Kaye as Yemelyan Pugachev
  • Paul Ritter as Alexander Suvorov
  • Thomas Doherty as Pytor Zavadovsky
  • Iain Mitchell as Archbishop Arsenius
  • Georgina Beedle as Natalia Rumyantsev
  • Phil Dunster as Andrey Razumovsky
  • James Northcote as Alexander Bezborodko
  • Antonia Clarke as Maria Fedorovna
  • Adam EI Hagar as Valerian Zubov
  • Felix Jamieson as Alexander
  • Raphael Acloque as Platon Zubov
  • Andrew Bone as Charles-Joseph de Ligne
  • Aina Norgilgite as Elena
  • Andrew Rothney as Alexander Dmitriev-Mamonov
  • Sam Palladio as Alexander Vasilchikov
  • Simon Throp as Captain Danilo Vlasev
  • Lucas Englander as Vasily Mirovich

Rating

Google 2.7
Rotten Tomatoes 68%
Common Sense Media 3.1
IMDb 6.2/10

 

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