Toby Kebbell

Movie Actor

Toby Kebbell was born in Pontefract, England, United Kingdom on July 9th, 1982 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 41, Toby Kebbell biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Tobias Alistair Patrick Kebbell, Toby
Date of Birth
July 9, 1982
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Pontefract, England, United Kingdom
41 years old
Zodiac Sign
$6 Million
Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor, Television Actor
Toby Kebbell Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 41 years old, Toby Kebbell has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Not Available
Toby Kebbell Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
The Grove School, The Newark Academy
Toby Kebbell Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Arielle Wyatt ​(m. 2020)​
Dating / Affair
Gemma Arterton (2008-2009), Ruzwana Bashir
Robert Kebbell, Michelle
Jim Kebbell (Older Brother) (Writer), Matt Kebbell (Older Brother) (Musician), Dominic Kebbell (Older Brother) (Computer Technician)
Other Family
Amelie Kebbell (Younger Half-Sister), Leonard William Kebbell (Paternal Grandfather), Lilian Joan Coombs (Paternal Grandmother), Arthur J. D. Mathers. (Maternal Grandfather), Felicity Edith Fennell (Maternal Grandmother), John Falconer Kebbell (Paternal Great-Grandfather), Nora Arline Gorman (Paternal Great-Grandmother), Walter Joseph Coombs (Paternal Great-Grandfather), Elizabeth Rebecca Winfield (Paternal Great-Grandmother), Arthur Barney Fennell (Maternal Great-Grandfather), Violet Edith Brown (Maternal Great-Grandmother)
Toby Kebbell Career

Kebbell's first movie appearance was as Anthony, a young man with a learning difficulty, in the Shane Meadows directed Dead Man's Shoes. He was nominated for Most Promising Newcomer at the British Independent Film Awards 2004 The same year, Kebbell appeared in Oliver Stone's Alexander and Woody Allen's Match Point.

In 2007, Kebbell played Rob Gretton, the manager of Joy Division in Anton Corbijn's award-winning biopic of Ian Curtis, Control, for which his performance won the Best Supporting Actor Award at the British Independent Film Awards 2007. He was also nominated for the London Film Critics Circle Awards 2007 Best Supporting British Actor Award.

In December 2007, Kebbell took the lead in an episode of season 2 of Jimmy McGovern's BBC series The Street, which subsequently won the BAFTA for Best Drama series. His other work for the BBC included a modern retelling of Macbeth alongside James McAvoy, while his theatre roles included spells at the Almeida Theatre in David Hare's reworking of Maxim Gorky's Enemies and at the Playhouse in R.C. Sherriff's classic, Journey's End.

In September 2008, Kebbell was featured in the Empire Award for Best British Film RocknRolla, written and directed by Guy Ritchie, alongside actors Tom Wilkinson, Gerard Butler and Thandiwe Newton. Kebbell played a heroin-addicted musician, Johnny Quid, for which he was nominated for BAFTA Orange Rising Star Award of the 2009 BAFTA Awards, an award voted for by the public. Kebbell was also nominated for the Empire Award for Best Newcomer, but lost out to his friend Gemma Arterton. Kebbell appeared in the 2009 film Cheri, directed by Stephen Frears, in which he took a small role alongside Michelle Pfeiffer. He filmed in Morocco and London with Jake Gyllenhaal for Prince of Persia: Sands of Time.

In 2011, Kebbell played a leading role in "The Entire History of You", the finale of the first series of Charlie Brooker's anthology series Black Mirror, which was written by Jesse Armstrong. Robert Downey Jr. has since bought the rights to adapt the script for a forthcoming film.

In 2014, Kebbell took over the role of Koba in the sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.

Kebbell played the Marvel antagonist, Doctor Doom, in the 2015 Fantastic Four film, and an orc, Durotan, in the 2016 Warcraft. He played Jack Chapman in the fantasy action film Kong: Skull Island (2017), while also providing guidance for Kong's motion capture sequences.


Fantastic flops! From Charlie's Angels reimagining to female-led Ghostbusters and THOSE critically panned Fantastic Four movies - a look back at film reboots that failed to reignite hit franchises, December 3, 2023
Remakes and reboots are nearly as old as Hollywood, and some of the greatest films of all time are redos of earlier efforts. But the film industry's increasing reliance on established intellectual property (IP) and fears of funding original stories has led to a turn toward increasing focus on franchises, which require regular reboots to keep them going. One of the biggest ill-fated reboots of the past decade was the critically reviled Fantastic Four reboot from 2015, which had an opening-weekend gross of less than half of what was projected and ended up being a bomb when factoring in its large advertising and promotion budget.

Paddy Considine's ICONIC movie Dead Man's Shoes returns to cinemas almost 20 years after it's original release, September 17, 2023
Paddy Considine and Shane Meadow's iconic movie Dead Man's Shoes is making an return to cinemas almost 20 years after it's original release. The dark and violent thriller written by both men, stars Paddy, 50, as a former soldier who returns home to the Peak District to get even with the gang who humiliated his younger brother for years while he was away at war. Directed by Shane, 50, the movie - which was first released in 2004 - also stars Toby Kebbell, Gary Stretch, and Stuart Wolfenden.