- "Consider him slimed."
- ― Wallace to Carver about blackmail the president.
Tom Wallace is the fictional vice-president of the Carver Media Group Network and a close associate of media mogul Elliot Carver. A minor antagonist, the character briefly appeared in the 1997 James Bond film, Tomorrow Never Dies, and was portrayed by franchise producer and screenwriter, Michael G. Wilson.
Tom Wallace is the vice-president of the Carver Media Group Network and is the head of the company's Special Projects division. As one of Elliot Carver's main associates, he is tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings. After Stamper has sunk a British frigate named HMS Devonshire and stolen the weapons inside, Wallace is one of the many executives speaking to Carver in a meeting giving an update via video uplink while Carver is planning the launch of his new satellite news channel in his headquarters in Hamburg. The businessman is tell to blackmail the American President into signing over a bill that would lower cable rates with a scandal video of him in a Chicago motel room with a cheerleader. Wallace happily finds this to be inspiring, even obliging to release the video after the bill is signed. Along with the other executives, Wallace is tell of Carver's next intent of raising attention of an imminent war between United Kingdom and China. However, this is not the case because James Bond and his Chinese partner Wai Lin foiles Carver's next move of sending a stolen British missile into Beijing, destroying his stealth ship and killing the media mogul and his crew in the process. It is unknown what happenes to Wallace and the other executives, either they are lost their jobs and are arrested for their involvement in Carver's plot or may manage to escape the authorities.