In Martha Fiennes stage adaption of Onegin, in 1999 he played Vladimir Lensky, friend of Engeny Onegin, played by Ralph Fiennes.
Toby's favourite walk is the Humpback Trail on New Zealand's South Island.
Toby loves eating curries.
He appeared in Peter Hall's A Streetcar Named Desire alongside Jessica Lange.
He won much acclaim for his roles opposite Diana Rigg in both Phedre and Britannicus in London and New York in 1999.
Toby's son, born in May 2007, is called Eli Alistair.
Toby loathes parties since he stopped drinking, as the next morning he can still remember all the things people said that they shouldn't have.
Toby has won several medals for swimming, a skill he used in his role as villain Gustav Graves in Die Another Day.
Toby says his dream trip would be travelling around South America.
In the 2005 Indian movie, Mangal Pandey: The Rising, Toby played a British army captain.
His favourite place in Britain is Scotland, for its landscape.
Toby has a soft spot for the great actress Claudette Colbert.
Toby won a stage fighting award at Drama School.
Summer 2007 finds Toby performing as Jerry in Harold Pinter's play Betrayal at the Donmar Warehouse, London, alongside Sam West and Dervla Kerwan.
Toby really loves jazz.
In 2003, Toby was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor in Die Another Day, by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, USA.
He was awarded a Theatre World Award (debut performance on Broadway) in 1999, for Ring Round the Moon.
His first award was the Ian Charleson Award (best classical actor under 30) for Coriolanus in 1994.
Toby Stephens has entered into the Who's Who Almanac for 2007.
(About being the son of famous acting parents).
Toby: I really feel in the last five years, I've managed to move away from the gravity of being their son.
Toby: Some men are into Hollywood glamour stuff and some are not.
Toby: Cary Grant is my style hero, along with Robert Redford and Paul Newman.