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Toby Jones (born 1966) is an English actor.

Toby Jones may also refer to:

Toby Jones is an Australian series of cricket-related novels, written by Michael Panckridge, with help from Australian fast bowler Brett Lee. The series follows the titular character, an up-and-coming young cricketer, who discovers that he has the gift to time-travel to any cricket match ever played in the past, just by looking at the scorecard of the match in a Wisden Cricketer's Almanack. There are five books in the series.

Admiral Theobald Jones, also known as Toby Jones, was an Irish officer in the British Royal Navy, a Tory politician, a noted lichenologist, and a fossil-collector. The County Londonderry-born son of a Church of Ireland clergyman, Jones was descended from a 17th-century Welsh settler in Ireland. Several generations of his family had held public office in the Kingdom of Ireland, including membership of the pre-union Parliament of Ireland.

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