Tobias Menzies was born on 7 March 1974 in North London, England. His parents are a teacher and a BBC producer. He studied at the Perry Court Rudolf Steiner School in Canterbury, Kent. During his studding Tobias was studied by the Steiner System, so he learned how to sing, play on stage and play on music instruments. Then he studied at the Frensham Heights School in Surrey. After school time Tobias joined for Deborah Moody's Year Out Drama Company in Stratford-Upon-Avon during the years 1993 – 1994. He also attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and graduated with an acting degree in the late 90s.
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He began his TV and movie career in some of British television's most popular TV series like “Casualty” and “Midsomer Murders”. In the beginning of his career he joined to comedy company “The Spontaneity Shop”. Tobias also played in the movie directed by Jon Jones “A Very Social Secretary” in the 2005. Opposite his work on television, Tobias also worked in theatre on stage. His amazing works include the teacher Irwin in the play “The History Boys” which he played at the Royal National Theatre. His breakthrough role was in play of West End production of Three Sisters for which he was nominated. Menzies appeared as William Elliot in Jane Austen's classic novel, “Persuasion” in the 2007. Tobias also was involved as Peter Trifimov in “The Cherry Orchard” play by Anton Chekhov, he played this role at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. The Yorkshire Post said about his performance, "The one who burns the brightest is Tobias Menzies as the idealistic perpetual student Trofimov. His performance is breathtaking."
During 2005 – 2007 he appeared on TV as Marcus Junius Brutus in the television series “Rome” for two season project. Menzies also played in the 2006 movie about James Bond “Casino Royale”. He has made his appearances in a number of other movies like “Piccadilly Jim”, “The Knowledge”, “The Low Down”, “Jackboots on Whitehall”, “Forget Me Not” and “Off the Page: Groove Is in the Heart”. Tobias also was involved in TV series drama “Spooks” as the Home Secretary in the 2009. From 2013 Menzies playing a character of Edmure Tully, the owner of Riverrun castle from famous House Tully in popular TV series “Game of Thrones” from HBO channel. His currently work also include a dual role of Frank Randall and Jonathan "Black Jack" Randall in “Outlander” since 2014. Tobias Menzies also played a major role in TV series “The Terror” by AMC channel in 2016, it will be broadcast in 2017.
Menzies was nominated for Ian Charleson Awards for Three Sisters in the 2003. He also was nominated for Saturn Awards for TV series “Outlander” in best actor category in the 2015. He prefers not to speak about his personal life in interview and did not appear on any live TV shows. There is no any news about his girlfriend and dating or is he married or not. His total net worth is not disclosed by any source.
Last Modified: Apr 7, 2020