Originally from the UK, Toby emigrated to Australia as a child.
In 2022, Toby will be seen in Academy Award winning director Danny Boyle’s latest project Pistol, playing legendary Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, a series based on Jones’ memoir.
Toby won Best Lead Actor in Film at the 2020 AACTA (Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts) Awards for his performance as Moses in Babyteeth, opposite Ben Mendelsohn and Eliza Scanlen, and directed by Shannon Murphy. A career highlight role for Toby, the film received nine 2020 AACTA Awards and premiered at the 2019 Venice Film Festival where Toby also received the prestigious Marcello Mastroianni Award for Young Actor.
With a number of recognisable screen credits to his name, Toby played leading roles in the Australian feature Acute Misfortune, opposite Daniel Henshall, and miniseries Romper Stomper, based on the original film by writer-director Geoffrey Wright. In the US, he played Campbell Eliot in Chris Keyser and Marc Webb’s popular Netflix series, The Society.
Toby’s professional debut came at a young age in in Kriv Stenders’ feature film Lucky Country (Dark Frontier). It was for this role that he was nominated for an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Young Actor. Other credits include the feature The Turning adapted from Tim Winton’s iconic book; Galore, directed by Rhys Graham and co-starring Ashleigh Cummings; the young Michael Hutchence in the INXS miniseries Never Tear Us Apart; and the lead in Nicholas Verso’s coming-of-age feature Boys In The Trees.
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