Thomas Edward Seymour is an American filmmaker, composer, singer-songwriter and actor.
Thomas Edward Seymour is considered one of the Top Twenty Contemporary Underground Filmmakers in the U.S., according to the book The History of Independent Cinema This "Top Underground" status has been echoed several times. In 2014 Seymour won the Platinum Remi for his feature film Rudyard Kipling's Mark of the Beast. Other festival wins to date are from Bare Bones International, New York B-movie Awards, Silk City, New Haven Underground, Connecticut Screening Room, Maverick Awards and others. He has been interviewed and reviewed everywhere from NPR to the New York Times. Seymour is a director for Hale Manor Productions, Bloodbath Pictures and the former Black20 Studios. He is the creator of the popular internet web series Black20: Trailer Park. Seymour's online video content has reached approximately 25,000,000 online views. In 2008 Thomas along with the rest of the Black20 comedy troop were voted the first "The King's of Dot Comedy" by "Attack of the Show" on G4TV.