Toby Jones is an actor. After university he trained with Jacques Lecoq for two years in Paris. He continues to work in film, television, theatre and on the radio. He has appeared in the films Journey’s End, Kaleidoscope and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Recent television includes Sherlock and Detectorists for which he won a best Actor BAFTA in 2018. He had a record breaking run of The Birthday Party at the Pinter Theatre. On radio, he completed a recording of Henry James’s The Golden Bowl and reading of John Updike’s Rabbit tetralogy. Toby has taught theatre and improvisation regularly throughout his career at drama schools, at the National Theatre and for Complicite. He co-wrote a six part series for BBC2 Don’t Forget the Driver which will shoot in September. He is an Honorary Professor of Drama at Manchester University. He is the patron of Battersea Arts Centre and an artistic associate of the Bristol Old Vic.