Toby Jones brief overview of biography and creativity:
Toby Jones is a famous British movie actor,theater, television and radio shows. Currently, he is more known to the mass audience as a performer of pretty colorful and ambiguous roles in American blockbusters. However, in his homeland, the artist is perceived primarily as a theatrical actor.
Toby Jones was born in 1966 in London increative family. His father and mother are actors, one of the brothers became a director, and the second followed in the footsteps of his parents. The future well-known performer of the role of Dr. Zola was educated first in the Edinburgh school, then enrolled in Manchester University, and subsequently improved his skills in a special French school where he learned clown art. His career began in the mid-1990s. At this time, he played his first role in the cinema. However, popularity came to him only in the 2000s.
Roles in TV shows
Toby Jones starred in a fairly well-knowntelevision projects. Among them you can call the already cult series "Poirot" Agatha Christie. As you know, this screen version is a pretty successful project of the BBC, and the role in one of the episodes made the artist recognizable. Another iconic role - the image of the overlord of dreams in another British television series - "Doctor Who." This multi-series television story about the eccentric scientist and his companions has a huge number of fans and fans, so the artist's participation in this project immediately made him one of the most sought-after British actors.
Toby Jones has a very colorful appearance,which allows him to easily play both serious dramatic roles and light comedic episodic images. As an example, one can mention his very small but rather memorable work in the famous American biopic "The Magic Country", where the actor successfully embodied Mr. Smee, Captain Hook's assistant from the fairy tale about Peter Pan.
Toby Edward Jones to a mass audience moreknown as the performer of the role of Dr. Zola in the blockbuster "The First Avenger: Another War". In this film, he played a rather extraordinary personality - an extremely intelligent person who possessed outstanding intellectual abilities, which enabled him to make the most unusual inventions and create seemingly unthinkable projects. Nevertheless, his experiments are immoral and quite often find no use for themselves. However, the hero still manages to test his serum, and this experience leads to a real drama of heroes.
Here it should be noted that this character withall his conventionality and fantasy gave the actor the opportunity to fully demonstrate his dramatic skill: the villain in his performance turned out all the more ominous, that the actor played directly with a frightening naturalness and calmness. And since the blockbuster about superheroes always finds its viewer in various parts of the world, the actor, who played one of the most original negative characters, immediately gained world fame.
Toby Jones, whose photo is presented in thissection, is now claimed as the executor of one of the villains in the modern British TV series "Sherlock". This project is a huge success for TV viewers, so the news of the appointment to the role of the main antagonist Jones caused a stir among fans, among whom there are already debates about which hero from the stories of Conan Doyle he will embody. The most common version is that the artist will play the role of Dr. Smith, one of the most colorful and sinister villains among the enemies of the brilliant detective.
In the trailer, viewers could see this artist,already catching some fear on the fans with his sinister laughter and gloomy phrases that intimidated the detective-consultant, who had already fallen in love with everyone. Since around the series for six years in a row, the excitement has not subsided, then the release of the new season, naturally, increased interest in this actor. So, Toby Jones, the filmography of which counts the movies of different genres (mini-series, blockbusters, fantasy films) is currently one of the most colorful performers in modern cinema.