Toby Stephens (born 21 April 1969) is an English stage, television, and film actor who has appeared in films in both Hollywood and Bollywood. He is known for the roles of Bond villain Gustav Graves in the James Bond film Die Another Day ( 2002), (for which he was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor) ...
Toby Stephens, Actor: Die Another Day. Toby Stephens began his acting career while a stagehand at the Chichester Festival Theatre, in end-of-season productions mounted by the crew. In his brief professional career, he has already won the Sir John Gielgud Prize for Best Actor and the Ian Charleson Award for his ...
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Toby Stephens (born 21 April 1969) is an English stage, television and film actor who has...
May 21, 2009 ... It amuses Toby Stephens to see himself occasionally mooted as a successor to Daniel Craig as James Bond. "God knows, I could use the money, but it won't happen," the 40-year-old actor says. "They had enough problems with a blond Bond. The idea of someone with reddish hair getting the part would ...
Jan 22, 2016 ... "Black Sails" star Toby Stephens was just 17 when he received his first Variety mention for his role in the play “Unfinished Business.”
Toby is a member of HFW's Global Crisis Management team and specialises in risk and crisis management/emergency response in the marine and energy sectors. Toby's work involves managing major marine and energy disasters including undertaking the initial response, managing his clients' exposure to civil and ...
Aug 31, 2017 ... So, I say to Toby Stephens, what made you choose the multi-award-winning Broadway play Oslo — a dazzling political thriller about the 1993 Israeli-PLO peace accord, which opens at the National before a guaranteed transfer to the West End — for your return to the British stage after four years away?
May 31, 2007 ... He's been Hamlet, a Bond villain and Mr Rochester; now Toby Stephens returns to the stage to play a drinker. He tells Mark Lawson why it has a painful resonance.