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TOBY STEPHENS (Gustav Graves) is the son of the late Sir Robert Stephens and Dame Maggie Smith. Stephens established himself as an actor with the Royal Shakespeare Company, winning several prestigious awards. Onstage, he appeared in the title role of David Thacker's Coriolanus (for which he was awarded the Sir John Gielgud Award for Best Actor, as well as the Ian Charleson Award); Stephen Pimlott's Measure for Measure and Unfinished Business; Adrian Noble's A Midsummer Night's Dream; and John Caird's Anthony and Cleopatra. With director Sir Peter Hall, Stephens appeared in A Streetcar Named Desire and All's Well That Ends Well. Prior to filming Die Another Day, he appeared with Judi Dench in the play The Royal Family.

After starring in Hall's production of Tartuffe on the West End stage, Stephens made his screen debut in Sally Potter's Orlando in 1992. More recently he appeared as the young Frank Corvin in Space Cowboys, Ross in The Announcement, Jay Gatsby in television's The Great Gatsby, Charles in the television production of Perfect Strangers, and Fergus Wolff in Possession.

Other television credits include Sir Peter Hall's The Camomile Lawn, Mike Barker's The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, and Eddie Carbone's A View from the Bridge.


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