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TOBY JONES (Father Matthew) won a London Film Critics Circle Award for his performance as Truman Capote in Douglas McGrath's 2006 biopic "Infamous.” He has also been recognized by the London Film Critics Circle with nominations for his work in "The Painted Veil,” as well as for his roles in two political dramas: Karl Rove in Oliver Stone's "W.”; and Swifty Lazar in Ron Howard's "Frost/Nixon.” In addition, he shared a Screen Actors Guild Award® nomination for Outstanding Motion Picture Cast Performance.

Upcoming, Jones has a number of films due out in 2011, including Gordon Green's comedy "Your Highness”; Joe Johnston's actioner "Captain America: The First Avenger”; Steven Spielberg's motion-capture film "Tintin,” based on the classic comic strip by Hergé; and the independent films "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy” and "My Week with Marilyn.”

Jones recently voiced the role of Dobby the House Elf in the blockbuster "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1.” He first lent his voice to the role in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.” His recent film work also includes several independent films, including "City of Ember,” produced by Tom Hanks; Jon Amiel's "Creation”; and "What's Wrong with Virginia,” which premiered at the 2010 Toronto Film Festival. Among his other film credits are Frank Darabont's "The Mist”; Peter Greenaway's "Nightwatching”; Michael Apted's "Amazing Grace”; Stephen Frears' "Mrs. Henderson Presents”; and Marc Forster's Oscar®-nominated "Finding Neverland.”

An award-winning stage actor, Jones won an Olivier Award for his performance in the West End comedy "The Play What I Wrote,” directed by Kenneth Branagh. He reprised his role in the Tony-nominated Broadway production of the play. His work in London's West End also includes Simon McBurney's production of "Measure for Measure,” and, more recently, "Parlour Song” and "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour.”

On television, Jones co-starred with Helen Mirren in HBO's acclaimed miniseries "Elizabeth I.” His credits also include such longform projects as "Mo,” "The Old Curiosity Shop,” "The Way We Live Now,” "In Love and War” and "Victoria & Albert.” Earlier this year, he was seen in guest roles on "Dr. Who” and "Agatha Christie: Poirot.”


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