British actor Toby Jones is known for his roles both in the theatre and on screen. Toby has most recently been cast in both Studiocanal, NETFLIX and Blueprint Picture’s A Boy Called Christmas and theNetflix film, The Last Thing He Wanted, written and directed by Oscar nominated Dee Rees. He has also been cast in Potboiler Film’s The Sands of Venus, and the Filmscience film First Cow.
This year Toby will voice the role of the Reverend Chasuble for the animated adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Canterville Ghost and has most recently finished filming the Netflix prequel series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance alongside Helena Bonham Carter and Taren Egerton. Last year he returned to the stage in Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party, to high acclaim. He starred in a number of films including French comedy film Normandy Nude, Lionsgate’s World War One drama Journey’s End and blockbuster, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. He also reprised his role in Mackenzie Crook’s comedy Detectorists on BBC Four, for which he won Best Male Performance in a Comedy at the BAFTAs. Toby can most recently be seen in Don’t Forget the Driver, a series he co-wrote for BBC 2, alongside Tim Crouch.
Toby’s many other accolades include Best British Actor at the London Film Critics Circle Awards for his role as ‘Truman Capote’ in Infamous and BAFTA, Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for his role as Alfred Hitchcock in the HBO/BBC television movie The Girl.