Toby Hadoke

Toby Hadoke

actor, additional crew, writer

Toby Hadoke was born on Jan 02, 1974 in UK. Toby Hadoke's big-screen debut came with Monk Dawson directed by Tom Waller in 1998, strarring Br Simon. Toby Hadoke is known for Doctor Who: Shada directed by Charles Norton, Tom Baker stars as The Doctor and Lalla Ward as Romana. The upcoming new movie Toby Hadoke plays is Six Minutes to Midnight which will be released on Mar 26, 2021.

Raised and educated in or around Ludlow in Shropshire.Is also a stand-up comedian, and the regular compere at his own award winning XS Malarkey Comedy Club in Manchester. Also plays at The Comedy Store, The Frog and Bucket and many others. He won the very first Les Dawson Award in 2003.Contarary to some opinions, he does NOT play himself in Phoenix Nights (2001) episode five. Just by coincidence, Peter Kay cast a comedian as a comedian, but the lines he uses and character he assumes were written by Kay and are nothing like Hadoke's stand-up or stage persona.Is part of The Unbroadcastable Radio Show, a topical sketch show performed at The Comedy Store once a month (it was nominated for Best Touring Show and Best Comedy Writing at The North West Comedy Awards 2004).Stage credits include: The Maniac in Accidental Death Of An Anarchist (Edinburgh) 1996; Angelo in the world premiere of Shumann's Genoveva (Opera North) 2000, Tom Snout in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester 2002, The EmCee in "Sherlock Holmes in Trouble" (Royal Exchange) and Freddie Miles in "The Talented Mr Ripley" (Dukes, Lancaster).

  • Birthday

    Jan 02, 1974
  • Place of Birth

    Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England, UK

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