Thomas Mustin (real name) is an author, composer, singer and actor. Soon after his studies, he landed roles in theatre, on television or Netflix (in the series "La Trêve") and in film (in "Grave", "Un Petit Boulot", "L'Echange des Princesses" etc., among others). In 2017, he got his first role alongside Mathilde Seigner in the French TV film "Je Voulais Juste Rentrer Chez Moi", in which he played the infamous Patrick Dils. In 2019, he played Hamlet in the theatre, under the direction of Emmanuel Dekoninck, and also received the Magritte award for best male hopeful in Belgian cinema.
He was also quick to make a name for himself as a singer under the pseudonym Mustii. With two albums to his credit, "21st Century Boy" and "It's Happening Now", a series of successful tours (including 3 sold-out Ancienne Belgique concerts) and the Revelation of the Year trophy at the D6bels Music Awards, Mustii continues to seduce audiences with his bewitching pop and voice, powerful and fragile at the same time.
In 2024, Mustii will be back on all fronts, representing Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest in Sweden, releasing a new album, appearing on TV and in Michiel Blanchart's next film, La nuit se traîne, alongside Romain Duris.
— Brussels | Ancienne Belgique
Tour Mustii @ Ancienne Belgique