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Tom Six (character)
Tom Six character


Tom Six




The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) (teaser only)
The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)


Supporting character

Portrayed by

Tom Six
Laurence R. Harvey (voice in Full Sequence teaser trailer)

"Gentlemen, you may use my centipede idea, but on one condition. I've witnessed all the fake Latex stuff on my movie sets. Now, I insist on attending one of your real mouth-to-anus operations."
Tom Six to Bill Boss and Dwight Butler[src]

Tom Six is the creator of the Human Centipede movies, which gives inspiration to Warden Bill Boss and his right hand man Dwight Butler to create a 500 person centipede using prisoners. In the teaser trailer to the second film he states that he got death threats on both facebook and twitter. He likes to look at his film as a work of art.


The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)Edit

In the universe of The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence), The Human Centipede (First Sequence) exists as a work of fiction written and directed by Tom Six. The film inspires Martin Lomax, who is obsessed with First Sequence, to kidnap twelve people and create his own centipede.[1]

Sometime after this, Tom Six began to make a sequel to First Sequence, which he has received death threats for making from people who believe that the film is the sickest movie ever made. As a result, Six wanted the sequel to be even more twisted. He began searching for someone to use as the film's antagonist, someone more insane than Josef Heiter. Six's search proved successful when he discovered Martin Lomax.[2]

The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence)Edit

Tom Six is the writer and director of the first two Human Centipede movies, The Human Centipede (First Sequence) and The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence). He is called to the George H.W. Bush State Prison to give his blessing for sadistic warden Bill Boss to use the idea of the centipede creation as punishment on his prisoners.

After agreeing, Tom Six oversees the operation on the prisoners along with Boss and Dwight Butler, as he wants to see the real thing. However, Six is shown to be slightly disturbed, and when seeing the process of Bill Boss' new idea "The Human Caterpillar" (involving prisoners on life sentence or death row having their limbs removed and sewn anus to mouth), he vomits and runs off.[3]


  • Tom refers to how he came up with the idea of stitching a pedophile's mouth to a fat truck drivers' anus, hence why he approves of the centipede idea being used on the prisoners.