Tom Bell (born August 2, 1933 in Liverpool, England) is a British actor from stage, movies and television.
As a child he was evacuated during the wartime in Liverpool and he had to live in three different families in the Morecambe area.
In 1948 at age 15 Tom Bell began to act in his first school plays and though he has never dominated the play he demonstrated that he had good actor qualities. He made his first movie appearances in the 1960s in so-called kitchen sink dramas like "The Kitchen" or The L-Shaped Room.
In 1978 he came to worldwide fame by portraying Adolf Eichmann in the Emmy-winning tv-series Holocaust.