Toby Truslove

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Toby Truslove is an Australian film, theatre and television actor.



In 2001, Truslove appeared on the television drama series Crash Palace as Bryan Rossiter. [1] He has since made guest appearances on Australian TV series including All Saints , McLeod's Daughters , The Strip , Thank God You're Here and The Librarians . [2]

In 2011 he starred in two ABC TV comedy series Laid and Outland . He also appears in the comedy feature Scumbus . In 2012 he was the lead in The Strange Calls . Onstage he has played Sam in the Belvoir St. Theatre's 2012 production of Strange Interlude, as well as the pompous Victor Prynne in Noël Coward's play Private Lives – another Belvoir production.

Truslove was one of the team captains on Channel 7's Slide Show and went on to star in the comedy TV series Utopia and U.S. series La Brea .

Truslove co-hosted the 2014 New Year's Eve broadcast for the ABC with Julia Zemiro. [3]

Truslove also works as a host and MC in the corporate arena. He has been the co-host of Splendour In The Grass music festival and has hosted nationwide events for Canadian Tourism Commission attests. [4]




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Awards and nominations

YearFestivalAwardNominated workResult
2012 Monte-Carlo Television Festival Golden Nymph Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series Laid Nominated
2012 Equity Ensemble Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Laid Nominated
2013 Equity Ensemble Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Outland Nominated
2013 Equity Ensemble Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Laid Nominated
2020The Monthly Film Festival (TMFF)Best ActorPentimentoNominated
2020Top Shorts Film FestivalBest ActorPentimentoWon

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