Toby Leonard Moore

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Toby Leonard Moore
Born (1981-04-28) 28 April 1981 (age 42)
Education National Institute of Dramatic Art (BFA)
OccupationActor
Years active2005–present
Spouse
(m. 2019)

Toby Leonard Moore (born 28 April 1981) is an Australian actor, best known for his roles as Victor in John Wick (2014), as James Wesley in the Netflix series Daredevil (2015), and Bryan Connerty in the Showtime series Billions (2016–2020). [1] [2] [3] He also appears in The Unusual Suspects , an Australian production airing on SBS.

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Early life

Moore was born in Sydney, moving with his family to Hobart, Tasmania, at the age of 11 where he attended St Virgil's College. He is the son of actress and voice artist Robyn Moore, and wanted to be an actor from a young age, doing some work in the Hobart theatre scene and studying acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney. [4]

Acting career

Moore's initial film work involved dubbing Chinese-language films into English. In 2009, he was cast in a small role in the Joss Whedon series Dollhouse , and in 2010, a recurring role in the World War II miniseries The Pacific . [4] In 2015, he appeared in Daredevil as James Wesley, the right hand man and best friend of Wilson Fisk. Since 2016, he has appeared in Billions as Bryan Connerty.

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
2005 The Promise WuhanVoice
2006 Rob-B-Hood OctopusVoice
2007 Taxi 4 Émilien Coutant-KerbalecVoice
2007 Murder in the Outback Paul FalconioTV film
2014 John Wick Victor
2020 Mank David O. Selznick
2021 American Insurrection The Founder

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
2009 Dollhouse WaltonEpisode: "Gray Hour"
2010 Legend of the Seeker Prince FyrenEpisode: "Torn"
2010 The Pacific 2nd Lt. Stone / Sgt. Stone
2010 Underbelly: The Golden Mile Sergeant Dave
2010 Blue Bloods Dick ReedEpisode: "Re-Do"
2012 NYC 22 Nick ReynoldsEpisode: "Playing God"
2013 Banshee Christopher HansonEpisode: "The Rave"
2014 Robot Chicken Peter Pan / Pi Patel (voice)Episode: "Victoria's Secret of NIMH"
2014 White Collar Jim Boothe / Cowboy Boots
2015 Daredevil James Wesley Main cast (10 episodes)
2016–2020 Billions [5] Bryan ConnertyMain cast (Seasons 1-4); Guest star (Season 5)
2017 Bull Mr. Andrew WithrowEpisode: "What's Your Number?"
2020 Condor Gordon PiperMain cast
2021 The Unusual Suspects Jordan Waters
2023 The Blacklist Congressman Arthur HudsonRecurring role (season 10)
2023 Bay of Fires TV series

Personal life

Moore is married to Australian actress Michelle Vergara Moore, [6] and lives in New York City.

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