Toby Hemingway

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Toby Hemingway
BornToby Michael C. A. Hemingway
(1983-05-28) 28 May 1983 (age 40)
Brighton, Sussex, England, UK
Years active2004–present

Toby Michael C. A. Hemingway [1] (born 28 May 1983) is an English actor. He is known for playing Reid Garwin in the 2006 supernatural thriller The Covenant , and for his other film roles in Black Swan , Into the Darkness , Street and Playback .


Early life

The son of authors Mike and Anna-Maria Hemingway, Toby Hemingway was born in Brighton, Sussex, where he spent his childhood with his older brother, Jay. At thirteen, he moved to Ojai, California, USA with his mother. [2]

After graduating from high school in 2001 from Laurel Springs School, which provides homeschooling and online education, he attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City where he earned an associate degree in Fine Arts.

Acting career

In 2005, he appeared in select episodes of the series Summerland and Bones . The following year, he had his first major film role in The Covenant . In 2007, he went on to star in Feast of Love and in 2008, he appeared in select episodes of CSI: Miami . In July 2010, he played the love interest in Taylor Swift's music video "Mine". [3] Later in 2010, he landed a minor role in Black Swan .

In 2012, Hemingway played a supporting role on The Finder as Willa's romani cousin Timo Proud.


2004Indio, USARickyShort film
2006 The Covenant Reid Garwin
20071 Out of 7Eric
2007 Feast of Love Oscar
2010 Black Swan Tom
2011 In Time Timekeeper Kors
2012 Playback Quinn
2012The Silent ThiefBrennan Marley
2014The Ganzfeld HauntingGraves
2015 Charlie, Trevor and a Girl Savannah Trevor
2016 Undrafted Palacco
2016 The Girl in the Photographs Ben
2017 Division 19 Barca
2017 The Monster Project Bryan
2017 Battlecreek Cy


2005 Bones Tucker PattisonEpisode: "A Boy in a Tree"
2005 Summerland Jason WarnerEpisode: "Signs"
2008 CSI: Miami Trey HoltEpisode: "Rock and a Hard Place"
2012 The Finder Timo ProudRecurring role
2016PrototypeFordeTelevision film
2016 Hell on Wheels Isaac Vinson2 episodes
2017 Lethal Weapon Bobby Claypool
2018 The Crossing GabeRecurring role
2022 FBI: Most Wanted Harley RossEpisode: "Shattered"

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