GUIDING LIGHT & AS THE WORLD TURNS - Jonathan Randall & Mick Dante
Tom Pelphrey's most notable daytime role has been the role of Jonathan Randall the son of Reva Shayne and her late former husband, Richard Winslow, on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light. He joined the cast in September 2004 and received critical acclaim for his portrayal of anti-hero Jonathan. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Younger Actor" in 2005, and won the award the following year in April 2006. He received a third consecutive nomination in the same category in 2007.
Pelphrey won his second Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Younger Actor" in 2008. On September 18, 2009, Guiding Light ended after over 70 years of broadcasts. Tom signed a contract to play "Mick" on As the World Turns beginning in October 2009. His television credits include Blue Bloods, Body of Proof, The Good Wife, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, CSI: Miami, Numb3rs, Ghost Whisperer, and Perception. From September 6, 2007 to September 30, 2007, Pelphrey performed in Kevin Mandel's A New Television Arrives Finally as the title character at Theatre 54 in New York, and also starred in In God's Hat at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater in New York City through August 7, 2010
Pelphrey has completed films currently in production Anchors, Sam, Turtle Island, Lucky N#mbr, Sebastian and Tiger Lily Road, but his most memorable performance to date has to be playing Mickey Deans, Judy Garland's young, untrustworthy fiancé, alongside the amazing Tracie Bennett, in the Broadway premiere of End Of The Rainbow.