Thomas William Georg (born in 1912-died in 2000) was a director and a narrator.
Tom was born in 12th December 1912. His Parents were Sally Georg (1880-1956) and Jim Georg (1878-1986). In 1915, he ran into the Fitter's Yard and stared at Thomas. In 1955, he was originally going to play Dalik in "Hot Oliver", but the role was given to Dick Van Dyke. He directed "Mary Poppins" along with Robert Stevenson in 1964. He was originally going to play Billy Mcfeathers, but he died during filming.