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Toby Stephens (born April 21, 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), Edward Fairfax Rochester in a BBC television adaptation of Jane Eyre and in his role as Captain Flint in the Starz television series Black Sails.

Toby is a lead in the upcoming Lost in Space (2018 TV series) due for release on Netflix in May 2018.

Toby filmed for his John Robinson role in Vancouver from Mon January 23 to Sat July 8, 2017 on the Jupiter 2 set on Stage 3 at "The Bridge" Studios and at various locations around the greater Vancouver region.

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Background
Background

Early life

Toby - Evolution

Toby Stephens, the younger son of actors Dame Maggie Smith and Sir Robert Stephens, was born in London.

Toby - Education Block

Toby was educated at Aldro and Seaford College and trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA)

Career

Stephens began his film career with the role of Othello in 1992, in Sally Potter's Orlando. He has since made regular appearances on television (including in The Camomile Lawn) and on stage.

He played the title role in a Royal Shakespeare Company production of Coriolanus shortly after graduation from LAMDA; that same season he played Claudio in Measure for Measure for the RSC. He also played Stanley Kowalski in a West End production of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire, and Hamlet in 2004.

He has appeared on Broadway in Ring Round the Moon.

He played the lead in the film Photographing Fairies and played Orsino in Trevor Nunn's 1996 film adaptation of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.

In 2002 he took on the role for which he is most widely known, that of Gustav Graves in the James Bond film Die Another Day. Aged 33 at the time of film's release, he remains the youngest actor to have played a Bond villain.

In 2005 he played the role of a British Army captain in the Indian film, The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey, portraying events in the Indian rebellion of 1857.

The following year he returned to India to play a renegade British East India Company officer in Sharpe's Challenge.

In late 2006 he starred as Edward Rochester in the BBC television adaptation of Jane Eyre (broadcast in the United States on PBS in early 2007) and The Wild West in February 2007 for the BBC in which he played General George Armstrong Custer in Custer's Last Stand.

During mid-2007, Stephens played the role of Jerry in a revival of Harold Pinter's Betrayal under the direction of Roger Michell.

Later that year, Stephens also starred as Horner in Jonathan Kent's revival of William Wycherley's The Country Wife.

The play was the inaugural production of the Theatre Royal Haymarket Company, which in addition to Stephens includes the actors/actresses Eileen Atkins, Patricia Hodge, David Haig and Ruthie Henshall. Various members of the company are expected to star in upcoming productions at the Haymarket Theatre with various artistic directors. The formation of the company is considered by many London theatre critics to be a bold move for West End theatre.

In February 2008, the Fox Broadcasting Company gave the go-ahead to cast Stephens as the lead in a potential one hour, prime time US television show, Inseparable, to be produced by Shaun Cassidy. Billed as a modern Jekyll and Hyde story, the show was to feature a partially paralysed forensic psychologist whose other personality is a charming criminal. Stephens' casting was highly unusual, because Fox had not yet approved a script nor purchased a pilot for the show. However, in mid-May 2008, The Hollywood Reporter announced that "by the time the network picked up the pilot . . . [the producers'] hold on Stephens had expired . . . ."

In May 2008, Stephens performed the role of James Bond in a BBC Radio 4 production of Ian Fleming's Dr. No, as part of the centenary celebration of Fleming's birth. The production was reportedly the first BBC radio dramatisation of the novel though Moonraker was on South African radio in 1956, with Bob Holness providing the voice of Bond.

Also in May 2008, Stock-pot Productions announced that Stephens will have the lead role in a feature-length film entitled Fly Me, co-starring Tim McInnerny. Stock-pot was also the producer of One Day, a short 2006 film shown at international film festivals, in which Stephens played a small part as the boss of McInnerny's character.

On 5 October 2008, Stephens appeared onstage at the London Palladium as part of a benefit entitled "The Story of James Bond, A Tribute to Ian Fleming." The event, organised by Fleming's niece, Lucy Fleming, featured music from various James Bond films and Bond film stars reading from Fleming's Bond novels. Stephens took the part of James Bond himself in the readings.

In early December 2008, Stephens read from Coda, the last book written by his good friend Simon Gray, for BBC Radio 4. The excerpts from which Stephens read included Gray's description of his participation as godfather at the christening of Stephens' son Eli.

Early in 2009, Stephens appeared as Prince John in season 3 of the BBC series Robin Hood. The series also aired on BBC America in the United States. Stephens' more recent television appearances include two episodes of a six-part television series, Strike Back, based on the novel by Chris Ryan. The series aired in May 2010.

In mid-2009, Stephens returned to the London stage in the Donmar Warehouse production of Ibsen's A Doll's House alongside Gillian Anderson and Christopher Eccleston.

In 2010, he starred in the made-for-television film, The Blue Geranium, a further sequel to the television series and films based on Agatha Christie's Miss Marple character. The show was broadcast in the US on PBS in June 2010.

Stephens also recently starred as a highly self-centred detective opposite Lucy Punch in a three-part comedy television series for BBC Two entitled Vexed.

Stephens took on a small supporting role in a short film, The Lost Explorer, the directorial debut of photographer Tim Walker. The film is based on a short story by author Patrick McGrath.

Meantime, on the London stage in the spring of 2010, Stephens received outstanding reviews for his performance as Henry in a revival of Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing, directed by Anna Mackmin at the Old Vic Theatre in London. Of debuting at the Old Vic, where his parents performed as part of Laurence Olivier's Royal National Theatre Company, Stephens said: "It's quite moving for me to do something there. It means it has an added fascination. It was an historic place but I never saw anything when [my parents] were there, which is really sad, because I was just born. I'm a huge admirer of Stoppard's work."

In 2010, Stephens appeared as Georges Danton in Danton's Death. The play was another debut for Stephens, this time at London's Royal National Theatre.

Over the years, Stephens has continued to prolifically narrate audiobooks and perform in broadcast radio dramas; in the last three years, he has averaged four or five such performances per year. In January 2011, Stephens joined other stars in narrating portions of the King James Version of the Bible for BBC Radio 4 as part of a celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Bible's publication. Stephens performed the role of Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe in a radio serial, which debuted in February 2011. Stephens narrated another audiobook, Paul Temple and the Geneva Mystery, released in February 2011.

He has recently been cast as former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in the film "The Journey" which features Timothy Spall as firebrand preacher and eventual Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley with Colm Meaney playing Martin McGuinness. John Hurt also stars.

From January to July 2017, the filming period of the 10 episode Season One of the Netflix's update of the 'Lost in Space (1965) series, Toby played John Robinson, the leader of the The Jupiter 2 group of the lost space colonists stranded in another part of the universe. Lost in Space will air in May, 2018.

In September 2017, Toby began performing in the National theatre stage play, "Oslo"

Personal life
In May 2007, Toby Stephens and his wife of six years, New Zealand actress Anna-Louise Plowman, had their first child, son Eli Alistair.

Simon Gray (d. 2008), the renowned British playwright (who penned Japes, a stage play, and Missing Dates, a radio drama, both of which starred Stephens), was reportedly Eli's godfather. 

Stephens and his wife became the parents of a second child, daughter Tallulah, in May 2009. The couple had their third child, a daughter named Kura, in September 2010.

Stephens and Plowman performed together as Elyot and Sibyl in Jonathan Kent's revival of Private Lives for the 2012 Chichester Festival, reprised at the Gielgud Theatre in 2013

Trivia
Son of the late Sir Robert Stephens and Dame Maggie Smith

Stepson of Patricia Quinn.

Younger brother of Chris Larkin.

Attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

In 1999, appeared on Broadway in "Ring Round the Moon".

Has the uncanny ability to master the American accent which, along with his smile and look, helped set him apart from the other actors reading for the part of Jay Gatsby and ultimately helped him land the role (a role he said he had the most fun playing and would do the part again in a heartbeat).

Was considered for the role of "Robin" in Batman Forever (1995).

Has turned down Hollywood many times; he concentrates mainly on theater.

After his parents' divorce when he was four years old, Stephens and his brother (actor Chris Larkin) grew up traveling back and forth across the Atlantic with their mother for her numerous acting engagements.

Older stepbrother of Quinn Hawkins.

His family has been involved in three of Britain's most successful literary and film franchises. Toby played a James Bond villain in Die Another Day (2002), and later went on to play Bond himself on the radio. His father, Robert Stephens, played Aragorn from The Lord of the Rings on the radio. His mother, Maggie Smith, plays Professor McGonagall in the Harry Potter films.

He and his mother, Maggie Smith, have both worked with Ian McKellen. Smith appeared with him in Richard III (1995), while Stephens worked with him in a BBC Radio adaptation of "Goldfinger". McKellen also played "Smith" when he hosted Saturday Night Live (1975). In addition, both McKellen and Robert Stephens have appeared in adaptations of "The Lord of the Rings".

In 1992, he and Tara Fitzgerald co-starred in the television miniseries "The Camomile Lawn." In 1996, they again co-starred in the adaptation of Anne Brontë's The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1996). Both appeared again in Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre (2006), but did not share screen time.

Performing in Harold Pinter's play "Betrayal" at the Donmar Warehouse, London as the character of "Jerry". [June 2007]

Became a father for the 1st time at age 38 when his wife Anna-Louise Plowman gave birth to their son Elijah Alistair Stephens on May 16, 2007.

Became a father for the 2nd time at age 40 when his wife Anna-Louise Plowman gave birth to their daughter Tallulah Tara Stephens on April 26, 2009.

Became a father for the 3rd time at age 41 when his wife Anna-Louise Plowman gave birth to their daughter Kura Stephens in September 2010.

Was delivered via Caesarean section due to being in the breech position.

Personal Quotes
Some men are into Hollywood glamor stuff and some are not.

I've learnt an enormous amount from my children. Mostly that my agenda isn't the most important thing in the world. For a while, I was trying to squeeze them into my life. And it was such torment! It makes you realize how selfish you are.

Growing up, I went to many schools, and I had to fit in to many different types of environments with totally different social groups. It helps me out as I move from job to job.

That's the privilege of being a grandparent - they can indulge the children while parents have to be the bad guy. Grandparents can also be subversive and naughty with them.

My parents' parents were regular working-class people. I ended up speaking in a certain way, and one gets sidelined into doing certain parts. I think that is really quite narrow-minded.

I'm fair-skinned, so beaches are a bit boring for me. I'm either smeared in lotion or under a shade. However, I do love the sea - diving, swimming and snorkeling.

I blub all the time, in the most weird situations - not in the ones that should make me cry. Music makes me very emotional.

I love Scotland, mainly for its landscape. I like walking, and it's a great place to go hiking.

Screen is satisfying because it's so technical and mysterious. It's like playing roulette: you get a script, you think it's either great or naff, but you have no idea how it will really turn out. On stage, you are your own editor - and you get brief moments of grace, where suddenly you feel free.

I think all parts come with baggage unless it is a brand new play. If one was daunted by that, you would never do anything.

If I was to meet Lou Reed or Bob Dylan, I would be totally helpless. Writers and musicians make me feel completely starstruck.

I love traveling with my laptop because I get a bit nervous if I can't access my e-mails.

Actors don't listen to each other. You're so obsessed with what you're saying or doing that the other person could be talking in Swahili and you wouldn't know.

I would love to be in a Jimmy McGovern drama on TV, but there is no way he would ever ask me unless it would be to play a lawyer or something.

I am a Londoner and I love my home. There are many things about this country which drive me crazy, but when I am in America, I feel wrong there.

The Humpback Trail on New Zealand's South Island is really beautiful. It is a 70 km walk over about four days and is fairly arduous. You go through prehistoric forest and up to the top of Humpback Mountain, where there are amazing views down to the Tasman Sea.

Filmography
Filmography
Year Title Role Director Notes
1992 Orlando Othello Sally Potter Written by Sally Potter, based on the novel Orlando by Virginia Woolf
1996 Twelfth Night Duke Orsino Trevor Nunn Based on the Shakespeare play Twelfth Night
1997 Photographing Fairies Charles Castle Nick Willing Based on the book by Steve Szilagyi
1998 Cousin Bette Victorin Hulot Des McAnuff Based on the book Cousin Bette by Honoré de Balzac
1999 Onegin Vladimir Lensky Martha Fiennes Based on the verse drama Eugene Onegin by Alexander Pushkin
1999 Sunset Heights Luke Bradley Colm Villa
2000 The Announcement Ross Troy Miller
2000 Space Cowboys Young Frank Clint Eastwood
2001 Possession Fergus Wolfe Neil LaBute Based on the novel Possession: A Romance by A. S. Byatt
2002 Die Another Day Gustav Graves Lee Tamahori Based on the characters of Ian Fleming
2004 Terkel in Trouble Voice of Justin Ray Gillon (English version) Animated film
2005 Midsummer Dream Voice of Demetrius Ray Gillon (English version) Animated film Based on the play A Midsummer Night's Dream by Shakespeare
2005 Mangal Pandey: The Rising Captain William Gordon Ketan Mehta Bollywood historical drama set during the Indian Mutiny of 1857.
2006 Dark Corners Dr Woodleigh Ray Gower Written by Ray Gower
2006 Severance Harris Christopher Smith
2013 Believe Dr. Farquar David Scheinmann
2013 All Things to All Men Riley George Isaac
2013 The Machine Vincent McCarthy Caradog W. James
2016 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Glen "Bub" Doherty Michael Bay
2016 The Journey Tony Blair Nick Hamm
2017 Hunter Killer Lt. Beaman Filming
Television
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1992 The Camomile Lawn Oliver Based on the book The Camomile Lawn by Mary Wesley
1996 The Tenant of Wildfell Hall Gilbert Markham Based on the book The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë
2000 The Great Gatsby Jay Gatsby Based on the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
2001 Perfect Strangers Charles
2002 Napoléon Tsar Alexander I Based on the book by Max Gallo
2003 Essential Byron Reader Dramatised documentary focusing on poet Lord Byron's work
2003 Cambridge Spies Kim Philby
2003 Agatha Christie's Poirot Five Little Pigs Philip Blake Based on the book Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie
2004 London Casanova
2005 Waking the Dead Dr Nick Henderson Season 5, Episodes 5 and 6 (Subterraneans, Parts I and II)
2005 The Queen's Sister Anthony Armstrong-Jones
2006 The Best Man Peter Tremaine
2006 Secrets of the Dead: The Umbrella Assassin Narrator Season 5, Episode 5; an account of the murder of Georgi Markov
2006 Sharpe's Challenge William Dodd Based on Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe series
2006 Jane Eyre Edward Fairfax Rochester Based on the book Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
2007 The Wild West – Custer's Last Stand General George Armstrong Custer Dramatised documentary
2008 Wired Crawford Hill Mini-Series
2009 The Best Job in the World Narrator Documentary based on Tourism Queensland's publicity stunt for a barrier islands' 'caretaker'
2009 Robin Hood Prince John of England Series 3 episodes 6–8
2010 Strike Back Arlington Based on the book by Chris Ryan
2010 Lost: The Mystery of Flight 447 Narrator Documentary on Air France Flight 447
2010 Agatha Christie's Marple The Blue Geranium George Pritchard A Miss Marple mystery based on the Agatha Christie short story (first published in The Thirteen Problems)
2010, 2012 Vexed Jack Armstrong Written by Howard Overman
2012 Law & Order: UK Prof. Martin Middlebrook Series 6 episode 4 (Trial)
2012 Lewis David Connelly Series 6 episode 2 (Generation of Vipers)
2014–2017 Black Sails James McGraw/Flint 2014 series on the Starz network
2015 And Then There Were None Dr. Edward Armstrong Mini-Series based on the book And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
2018 Lost in Space John Robinson Netflix remake of Lost in Space (1965)
Video Games
Video Games
Year Title Role Notes
2012 007 Legends Gustav Graves Voice-over
Theatre
Theatre
Year Title Role Notes
1992 Tartuffe Damis Directed by Sir Peter Hall (Playhouse); play by Molière; Stephens' West End theatre debut
1992 Tamburlaine Celebinus/King of Argier Directed by Terry Hands (RSC); play by Christopher Marlowe
1992 Antony and Cleopatra Pompey Directed by John Caird (RSC); play by Shakespeare
1992 All's Well That Ends Well Bertram Directed by Sir Peter Hall (RSC); play by Shakespeare

Stephens received Ian Charleson Award Second Prize

1993 Wallenstein Max Piccolomini Directed by Tim Albery (RSC); play by Friedrich von Schiller
1994 Unfinished Business Young Beamish Directed by Steven Pimlott (RSC); play by Michael Hastings
1994 Coriolanus Caius Marcius Coriolanus Directed by David Thacker (RSC); play by Shakespeare

Stephens won the Ian Charleson Award and the Sir John Gielgud Award

1994 A Midsummer Night's Dream Lysander Directed by Adrian Noble (RSC); play by Shakespeare
1994 Measure for Measure Claudio Directed by Steven Pimlott (RSC); play by Shakespeare
1996 A Streetcar Named Desire Stanley Kowalski Directed by Sir Peter Hall (The Haymarket); play by Tennessee Williams
1998/99 Phedre Hippolytus Directed by Jonathan Kent (Almeida & Brooklyn Academy); play by Jean Racine
1998/99 Britannicus Nero Directed by Jonathan Kent (Almeida & Brooklyn Academy); play by Jean Racine
1999 Ring Round the Moon Hugo/Frederick Directed by Gerry Gutierrez (Lincoln Center Theater NY); play by Jean Anouilh

Stephens' Broadway debut; he received the Theatre World Award

2001 Japes Japes Directed by Sir Peter Hall (The Haymarket); play by Simon Gray
2001 The Royal Family Anthony Cavendish Directed by Sir Peter Hall (The Haymarket); play by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber
2004 Hamlet Hamlet Directed by Michael Boyd (RSC); play by Shakespeare
2004 The Pilate Workshop Jesus Directed by Michael Boyd (RSC); play by Helen Edmundson, based on Ann Wroe's Pontius Pilate: The Biography of an Invented Man
2007 Betrayal Jerry Directed by Roger Michell (Donmar); play by Harold Pinter
2007 The Country Wife Mr. Horner Directed by Jonathan Kent (Haymarket); play by William Wycherley
2009 A Doll's House Thomas (Torvald, Nora's husband, in the original) Directed by Kfir Yefet (Donmar); play by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Zinnie Harris
2010 The Real Thing Henry Directed by Anna Mackmin; play by Tom Stoppard
2010 Danton's Death Georges Danton Directed by Michael Grandage; play by Georg Büchner
2012/13 Private Lives Elyot Chase Directed by Jonathan Kent; play by Noël Coward
2017 Oslo (play) Terje Rød-Larsen Directed by Bartlett Sher; play by J. T. Rogers on the Lyttelton Stage at Royal National Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Radio Drama and Audio Books
Radio Drama and Audio Books
Year Title Role Other notes
1994 Time and the Conways Robin Radio drama based on the play Time and the Conways by J.B. Priestley: released as a BBC Audiobook in March 2010
1995 The Prince's Choice Coriolanus, Hamlet, Henry V, Henry IV and Edward Poins A selection from Shakespeare's works; narrators include the Prince of Wales and Stephens' parents, Sir Robert Stephens and Dame Maggie Smith, Hodder & Stoughton Audio Books
1997 As You Like It Orlando BBC dramatised recording of Shakespeare's play
1997 The Lifted Veil Latimer BBC dramatised recording of the novella by George Eliot
1997 The Guns of Navarone Mallory BBC two-part dramatised recording of the novel by Alistair MacLean, BBC Radio Collection Audiobook
1997 Birdsong Stephen Wraysford BBC three-part drama based on the Sebastian Faulks novel (sometimes listed under the title of Part I, 'France 1910')
1997 Anna Karenina Count Vronsky BBC dramatised recording of the Leo Tolstoy novel, BBC Classic Collection Audiobook
1998 The Troy trilogy Achilles 3 x 90-minute plays by Andrew Rissik for the BBC with Paul Scofield

King Priam and His SonsThe Death of AchillesHelen at Ephesus

1999 Tales from the Arabian Nights Narrator Includes Aladdin and His Magic Lamp, Sinbad and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, Naxos Audiobooks
1999 Macbeth Macbeth Voice of Macbeth for the Movingstage Marionette Company's production of the Shakespeare play
2000 Conversations with Napoleon Reader The words of Napoleon Bonaparte
2001 King Lear Edmund Paul Scofield is King Lear in a dramatised reading of Shakespeare's play, Naxos Audiobooks
2001 On the Road Narrator BBC radio reading of the Jack Kerouac book
2002 The Riddle of the Sands Narrator Novel by Robert Erskine Childers, Penguin Audiobooks
2002 The Woman in White Walter Hartright BBC dramatised recording of novel by Wilkie Collins, BBC Radio Collection Audiobook
2002 Aeneid Aeneas Virgil's Classical Poem abridged by James Burbidge with Paul Scofield, Naxos Audiobooks
2003 Dionysos Pentheus, King of Thebes BBC radio drama by Andrew Rissik with Paul Scofield
2004 Will in the World Reader Based on Stephen Greenblatt's book, a reconstruction of Shakespeare's life & era
2005 Much Ado About Nothing Benedick BBC dramatised recording of Shakespeare's play
2006 Shylock Bassanio BBC Radio 3 dramatised recording of play by Sir Arnold Wesker
2007 Heart of Darkness Narrator Novel by Joseph Conrad, Silksoundbooks Audiobook
2007 Flashman on the March Narrator Novel by George MacDonald Fraser, HarperCollins Audiobook
2008 Flashman and the Dragon Narrator Novel by George MacDonald Fraser, HarperCollins Audiobook
2008 Missing Dates Jason (Japes) BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of play by Simon Gray (a reworking of his play Japes, in which Stephens also played the title role, see Theatre above)
2008 The Good Soldier Narrator BBC Radio 4 Book at Bedtime reading of the novel by Ford Madox Ford
2008 Dr. No James Bond BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of novel by Ian Fleming
2008 Let's Murder Vivaldi Ben BBC Radio 4 The Saturday Play, adaptation of David Mercer's television drama
2008 Coda Simon Gray BBC Radio 4 reading of Simon Gray's autobiographical book
2008–2009 The Dark Flower Narrator BBC Radio 4 Book at Bedtime featuring the novel by John Galsworthy
2009 My Dark Places James Ellroy BBC World Service radio drama based on the autobiographical book by James Ellroy
2009 Journey into Space: The Host Jet BBC Radio 4 The Saturday Play, written by Julian Simpson, based on BBC Radio show Journey into Space by Charles Chilton (to be released as an audiobook, April 2010)
2009 King Solomon's Mines Narrator Novel by H. Rider Haggard, BBC Worldwide Audiobook
2009 Becket King Henry II BBC Radio 3 adaptation of Jean Anouilh's play[27]
2010 Dick Barton Special Agent: The Mystery of the Missing Formula Narrator Novel by Mike Dorrell, based on the character Dick Barton of the BBC Light Programme of the 1940s; BBCAudiobook
2010 Goldfinger James Bond BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of novel by Ian Fleming
2010 No Place Like Home Jonathan BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play by Robert Rigby and Nick Russell-Pavier
2011 King James Version of the Bible Narrator BBC Radio 4 celebration of the 400th anniversary of publication of the KJV
2011 Paul Temple and the Geneva Mystery Narrator Novel by Francis Durbridge; BBC Audiobook
2011 Paul Temple and the Margo Mystery Narrator Novel by Francis Durbridge; Audiobook
2011 Paul Temple Intervenes Narrator Novel by Francis Durbridge; Audiobook
2011 The Lady in the Lake Philip Marlowe BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the novel by Raymond Chandler
2011 The Big Sleep Philip Marlowe BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the novel by Raymond Chandler
2011 Farewell, My Lovely Philip Marlowe BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the novel by Raymond Chandler
2011 Playback Philip Marlowe BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the novel by Raymond Chandler
2011 Carte Blanche Narrator Novel by Jeffery Deaver; Hodder & Stoughton Audiobooks
2011 The Long Goodbye Philip Marlowe BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the novel by Raymond Chandler
2011 The High Window Philip Marlowe BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the novel by Raymond Chandler
2011 The Little Sister Philip Marlowe BBC Radio 4 dramatization of the novel by Raymond Chandler
2011 Poodle Springs Philip Marlowe BBC Radio 4 dramatizarion of the novel by Raymond Chandler and Robert B. Parker
2012 From Russia, with Love James Bond BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of novel by Ian Fleming
2014 On Her Majesty's Secret Service James Bond BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of novel by Ian Fleming
2015 Diamonds Are Forever James Bond BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of novel by Ian Fleming
2016 Thunderball James Bond BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of novel by Ian Fleming
Awards
Awards
  • 1992—Ian Charleson Award Second Prize: for Bertram in All's Well That Ends Well (Swan Theatre)
  • 1994—Ian Charleson Award (best classical actor under 30): for Coriolanus in Coriolanus (Royal Shakespeare Company)
  • 1994—Sir John Gielgud Award (best actor): for Coriolanus in Coriolanus (Royal Shakespeare Company)
  • 1999—Theatre World Award (debut performance on Broadway): for Hugo/Frederick in Ring Round the Moon (Lincoln Center Theater)
Interviews and Articles
Interviews and Articles

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