In 2019 you can see Toby in Britannia (Sky Atlantic), Sex Education (Netflix), Doctors (BBC) and series 2 of Porters (Channel Dave).
You can see Toby in episode 3 of ‘In The Long Run’ (Sky 1) on Thursday 5th April at 10:00 pm and in Frank Skinner’s ‘Urban Myths: Johnny & The Ostrich’ (Sky Arts) on Thursday 26th April at 9:00 pm.
Toby will be performing new material every fortnight from March 19th at ‘The Monday Club’ at The Museum of Comedy, Bloomsbury.
‘Waffle The Wonder Dog’ starts on CBeebies on Monday 26th February! Toby has written 5 episodes of this brand new series with Hannah George.
Toby is back filming on the ITV/Amazon production of ‘Vanity Fair’ and is also filming for Unspun with Matt Forde (Channel Dave) as Jonny from the DEXEU.
Toby is currently filming ‘Vanity Fair’ for ITV/Amazon.
‘The Worst of Dr George Ryegold‘ is now available to stream on NextUp Comedy.
Toby is currently filming ‘Damned’ for What Larks!/Channel 4 and ‘Porters’ for Dancing Ledge/Channel Dave.
You can see Toby in upcoming episodes of ‘Carters Get Rich’ (Sky 1) and Benidorm (ITV) and in the upcoming feature film ‘The Drowning of Arthur Braxton’.
Toby has recently filmed new episodes of Channel 4 sitcom ‘Raised By Wolves’ and BBC’s ‘Holby City’ and he starts filming on the feature ‘The Drowning of Arthur Braxton’ this Spring.
‘High-Rise’ will be in cinemas March 2016.
Toby played Desmond in UKTV Gold Sitcom ‘Bull’ alongside comedy legends Robert Lindsay and Maureen Lipman.
‘Milk!’ – written by and starring Toby – has won the Jury Award at the Glasgow Short Com Film Festival 2015, was nominated for Best Comedy at the London Short Film Festival 2015, was an official selection at Encounters and Palm Springs 2015 and has won the Dead Short competition at Leeds Film Festival 2015.
‘Island Queen’ – featuring Toby – has been nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Short Film 2014 and has won of Best Comedy at the European Independent Film Festival in Paris.
Toby’s short film script ‘Battlecock!’ was a winner of the London Borough Film Fund Challenge and was selected for the London Film Festival 2013, the LOCO London Comedy Film Festival 2014 and for the London Short Film Festival 2014.
‘Step Right Up’ has won the CLAP D’OR at Clap 89 International Short Film Festival and is winner of Best Masterclass Film at Young Cuts Film Festival.
‘Timeholes’ – written with Paul F Taylor – was selected for the London Short Film Festival 2014 and is a Vimeo Staff Pick with 174,000 views.