Tom Chambers (born 22 May 1977) is an English actor, known for his role as Sam Strachan in the BBC medical dramas Holby City and Casualty, Max Tyler in BBC drama series Waterloo Road and Inspector Sullivan in Father Brown. He also won the sixth series of Strictly Come Dancing with his partner Camilla Dallerup.

Tom attended the National Youth Music Theatre and Guildford School of Acting. He has starred opposite Matthew Rhys and Kate Ashfield in the British film Fakers and Jim Broadbent in The Great Train Robbery

He originated the role of Jerry Travers in the UK production of Top Hat which transferred to the West End and earned him a Olivier Nomination. He went on to star in a number of musicals and plays including White Christmas, Elf and Dial M for Murder and is currently filming the 11th season of Father Brown in the Cotswolds before going on to star in a new play touring the UK: Murder in the Dark.

Theatre Includes:Dial M For Murder (UK Tour); Crazy For You (Watermill Theatre & UK Tour); Stepping Out (Electric Theatre GSA); Private Lives (UK Tour); White Christmas (Dominion Theatre, London); Top Hat (Aldwych Theatre); White Christmas (Sunderland Empire); Bloody Poetry (Brockley Jack Theatre); Pendragon Pellinore (City Theatre New York / Sadler's Wells); October's Children (NYMT / Hammersmith Lyric); Cyrano De Bergerac (Derby Rep Theatre); Macbeth (Derby Rep Theatre); Damn Yankees (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre); The Innocents (Derby Playhouse); The Rover (Young Vic Studio); Journey's End (Courtyard Theatre) and Blue Remembered Hills (Courtyard Theatre)

Film includes:Apollo 13: The Dark Side of the Moon (director Torben Betts); Meet Pursuit Delange: The Movie (director Howard Webster); and Fakers (director Richard Janes).

Television includes:Father Brown (BBC Studios); Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions, ITV); Emmerdale (Yorkshire Television); Casualty (BBC); The Great Train Robbery (World Productions); Waterloo Road (Shed Productions); Elizabeth The VirginQueen (BBC); and The Afternoon Play: The Last Will And Testament of Billy Two Sheds (BBC); Holby City (BBC).

Performed for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth at The Royal Albert Hall and has worked with Magic FM on Mellow Magic and Magic at the Musicals.