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|Place of birth||Essex, England|
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|First appearance||Being Human: 1.0|
Toby Whithouse is a British actor and television producer from Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England. He attended an art college in Southend before turning his intersests towards acting. His first professional television work was playing a student in the 1992 television movie A Masculine Ending. He also had a recurring role on The House of Eliott in 1994 as Norman Foss. As a writer, his first work was on the "Letting Go" episode of Where the Heart Is.
Toby's major contribution to the horror genre was the British horror/drama Being Human, which involved a central cast consisting of a vampire, a ghost and a werewolf. The show premiered in 2008 and aired on BBC-3. Whithouse is credited as executive producer on the series as well as creative consultant and receives a "written and created by" credit on most episodes. He also served as an executive producer and format creator on the North American adaptation of the series, also called Being Human.
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Notes & Trivia Edit
- Toby Whithouse also three episodes of the 2005 Doctor Who revival series including "School Reunion" (which reunited the Doctor with Sarah Jane-Smith and the robotic K-9), "The Vampires of Venice" and "The God Complex". He also wrote the "Greeks Bearing Gifts" episode of the Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood.
- Toby Whithouse appeared as a speaker on the behind-the-scenes documentaries on the Being Human: Season One DVD set.
External Links Edit
- Toby Whithouse at Wikipedia
- Toby Whithouse at the Doctor Who Wiki
- Toby Whithouse at the Being Human Wiki
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