|Portrayed by||Shaun Dooley|
|First appearance||17 December 2001|
|Last appearance||6 July 2004|
The Reverend Tom Stuart is a recurring fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Shaun Dooley.
Tom is the vicar for the parish of Walford, and one of his earliest appearances is conducting the wedding ceremony of Dot (June Brown) and Jim Branning (John Bardon) on Valentine's Day 2002. However, he is earlier seen in December 2001 talking to Dot and Jim right after Dot returns from a visit to Nigel. His vicarly duties include conducting Jamie Mitchell's (Jack Ryder) funeral, and performing Kat Slater (Jessie Wallace) and Andy Hunter (Michael Higgs)'s wedding ceremony that is crashed by Alfie Moon (Shane Richie). He also occasionally appears when Dot attends church meetings and suchlike. He is replaced off-screen by Reverend Stevens (Michael Keating).
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