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Height: 6' 1"
Birth Name: Tobias Menzies
Date Of Birth: Mar 07, 1974 (46 years)
Place of Birth:  London, England,  London
 
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Tobias was born in London. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in 1998 and began his acting career in popular UK series such as Foyle's War, Midsomer Murders, and Casualty. He also appeared in the controversial drama A Very Social Secretary. He is best known to international audiences as Marcus Junius Brutus in the television series Rome.He had a major film role in The Low Down with Aidan Gillen and featured in the 2006 reboot of the James Bond franchise, Casino Royale. 2007 sees him appearing as William Ell iot in ITV's production of Jane Austin's classic book, Persuasion and as Derrick Sington in the Channel 4 drama The Relief of Belsen.On stage, his credits include the young teacher Irwin in Alan Bennett's The History Boys and Michael Blakemore's West End production of Three Sisters for which he was nominated for the Ian Charleson Award. He was a critically acclaimed Hamlet in Rupert Goold's Hamlet at the Royal Theatre. moreless
 
 
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Outlander: Season 5, Episode 13

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Fact or Fiction: What Did 'The Crown' Get Right in Season 3?

The third season of “The Crown” premiered Nov. 17, jumping forward a few years into Queen Elizabeth II’s (now played by Olivia Colman) reign. Now following the royal family into the 1960s and ’70s, the Netflix drama sees their rule plagued by a Russian spy in Buckingham Palace, a massive amount of debt that can only be settled by the United States, political turmoil at home with the changing prime ministers and multiple problems related to the mining ind... more

'The Crown' New Season: Netflix to Offer Opening Episode for Free in the U.K.

When Olivia Colman steps into the royal shoes of Queen Elizabeth II, viewers in the U.K. and Ireland will be able to watch for free as Netflix makes the eagerly awaited Season 3 curtain-raiser available gratis. The streaming giant will launch the series opener on a dedicated site for a limited period starting Sunday, making it available to subscribers and non-subscribers alike. Of course, only paying customers can go on to watch the full season. This is the first time that Netflix has... more

'The Crown' Season 3 Review: Queen Elizabeth Becomes a Bit Player in Her Own Monarchy

In the year of our lord 1969, man landed on the moon. American men, to be specific. The momentous event occurred 16 years into the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, the supreme monarch of the United Kingdom as well as assorted realms, territories, and a commonwealth that spanned the circumference of the planet from which those men came. One would think that the most powerful woman in the world would have some thoughts about her former colony achieving one of the most stunning achievements of humankind. Less than 200 years after the U.S. kicked England to the curb, they p... more

TV Review: 'The Crown' Season 3 Starring Olivia Colman

One of the most exemplary scenes of “The Crown,” both in its upcoming third season and of the series overall, concerns a royally botched television appearance. Hoping to prove to the country that they’re “perfectly normal people,” Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman) and her family agree to be part of a documentary about their daily lives, which in turn only proves just how extravagant and far removed from reality they truly are. Taking in the ensuing criticism, El... more

The 13 Most Shocking TV Deaths in 2017

It's hard to say goodbye to a favorite TV character -- and in some cases, it's a relief to say goodbye to a villain -- but it has even more impact when you don't see it coming. 2017 saw some of the most out-of-the-ordinary deaths, including a show's main character meeting his demise. Here's a look at the 13 most shocking deaths from TV in 2017, along with the reasons why they were just so surprising. #13. Littlefinger from Game of Thrones more

 
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