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Updated 21 August 2017
1. Emailing your birthday greetings to Tom
Want to send a birthday greeting to Tom Hollander by email? The lovely Deb (from Hollanderia) will collect and forward on for us 🙂 We wont share Deb’s email publicly but you can contact us by Twitter (DMs are open) or by Instagram.

Note that Tom’s birthday is on Friday 25 August but please get your messages to Deb by Wednesday 23rd.

2. Posting your birthday greetings to Tom
If you want to post something to Tom please send it care of Another Tongue (an agency for voice artists). Tom is one of their artists and they will make sure he gets your item 🙂 Their phone number is 020 7494 0300.

Tom Hollander
c/o Another Tongue
10 D’Arblay St

Original post

Every now and again the marvellous Deb (one of the people who co-founded and runs the amazing Hollanderia and Thomagination websites) organises a bit of a ‘thing’ to celebrate Tom Hollander’s birthday (which is in August). The precise format varies but generally anyone who wants to be involved contacts her with their birthday greeting which she collates and then sends on to Tom’s people, who send to Tom. Simple and efficient 🙂

This year Deb has kindly agreed to collect our ‘Happy birthdays’ once again, if sent to her by email a few days in advance of his birthday. You’ll have to register on Hollanderia to see her message here (it’s for members only but anyone can become a member), for privacy reasons (well, spam mostly!) I’m not going to post her email address here. You can also contact @Team_Hollander for further info on Twitter via DMs which are open – or via Instagram. Update 12 Aug: just DM for Deb’s email address.

We hope this is a nice thing for Tom, but we don’t expect a response from him (when you think about it, it’s a little strange having random people from the internet wishing you a happy birthday!), so please don’t pester Deb afterwards asking if she’s heard back from Tom or his people. The best advice would probably be to just send some nice birthday greetings without having any further expectation – which is the best way to give gifts anyway 🙂