Toby Stephens (Alex Rider) Bio, Age, Height, Family, Education, Career, Net Worth

Toby Stephens Biography

Toby Stephens is an English stage, television actor. He is also a film actor. He has appeared in films in both the US and Uk as well as in India. The roles of Bond villain Gustav Graves in the 2012 James Bond film Die Another Day brought him to prominence.

Toby Stephens Age\Birthday

Stephens was born on April 21, 1969. Therefore, he is 52 years old as of 2021 and celebrates her birthday on 21st April every year.

Toby Stephens Height|Weight

Stephens’ height is 5 feet 11 inches (approximately 180 centimeters). Moreover, he weighs 78 kilograms.

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Toby Stephens Family

Stephens was born in Fitzrovia, London, England to his parents Maggie Smith (mother) and Robert (father) and he is their younger son. In addition, he has an older brother named Christopher Larkin who is also an actor.

Toby Stephens Wife

Stephens married Anna-Louise Plowman, a New Zealand actress in 2001. The couple has three children together. Their son is named Eli Alistair was born in May 2007. Their daughters are named Tallulah (born in May 2009) and Kura (born in September 2010).

Toby Stephens Education

Stephens attended Aldro School and later enrolled at Seaford College. Later, he trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).

Toby Stephens Career

Stephens’s acting career began while a stagehand at the Chichester Festival Theatre in end-of-season productions. For his performance in the title role of Coriolanus at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1994, he won the Sir John Gielgud Prize for Best Actor and the Ian Charleson Award. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Antony and Cleopatra, Wallenstein, All’s Well That Ends Well, Unfinished Business as well Measure for Measure are his other works at the RSC.

Furthermore, in Tartuffe, he starred. A View from the Bridge, The Camomile Lawn are his television appearances. In Orlando, he made his screen debut.

Filmography

Film

1992 – Orlando
1996 – Twelfth Night
1997 – Photographing Fairies
1998 – Cousin Bette
1999 – Onegin, Sunset Heights
2000 – The Announcement, Space Cowboys
2001 – Possession
2002 – Die Another Day
2004 – Terkel in Trouble
2005 – Midsummer Dream, Mangal Pandey: The Rising
2006 – Dark Corners, Severance
2013 – Believe, All Things to All Men, The Machine
2016 – 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, The Journey
2018 – Hunter Killer

Television

1992 – The Camomile Lawn
1996 – The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
2000 – The Great Gatsby
2001 – Perfect Strangers
2002 – Napoleon
2003 – Essential Byron, CambridgeSpies, Agatha Christie’s Poirot Five Little Pigs
2004 – London
2005 – Waking the Dead, The Queen’s Sister
2006 – The Best Man, Secrets of the Dead: The Umbrella Assassin, Sharpe’s Challenge
2007 – The Wild West – Custer’s Last Stand
2008 – Wired
2009 – The Best Job in the World, Robin Hood
2010 – Strike Back, Lost: The Mystery of Flight 447, Agatha Christie’s Marple The Blue Geranium
2010, 2012 – Vexed
2012 – Law & Order: UK, Lewis
2014-2017 – Black Sails
2015 – And Then There Were None
2018-2021 – Lost in Space
2019 – Summer of Rockets
2021 – Alex Rider

Video games

2012 – 007 Legends

Theatre

1992 – Tartuffe, Tamburlaine, Antony, and Cleopatra, All’s Well That Ends Well
1993 – Wallenstein
1994 – Unfinished Business, Coriolanus, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Measure for Measure
1996 – A Streetcar Named Desire
1998, 1999 – Phedre, Britannicus
1999 – Ring Round the Moon
2001 – Japes, The Royal Family
2004 – Hamlet, The Pilate Workshop
2007 – Betrayal, The Country Thing
2009 – A Doll’s House
2010 – The Real Thing, Danton’s Death
2012, 2013 – Private Lives
2017 – Oslo
2019 – A Day in the Death of Joe Egg

Radio drama and audiobooks

1994 – Time and the Conways
2009 – King Solomon’s Mines
2011 – The High Window
2015 – Diamonds Are Forever
2016 – Thunderball
2018 – Moonraker
2019 – Live and Let Die
2020 – The Man with the Golden Gun

Awards

Ian Charleson Award Second Prize – 1992
Ian Charleson Award for Best Classical Actor under 30 – 1994
Sir John Gielgud Award for Best Actor – 1994
Theatre World Award for debut Performance on Broadway – 1999

Toby Stephens Net Worth

Stephens’ net worth ranges between $1 million and $5 million.