Russell Tovey

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Russell Tovey
Russell Tovey (cropped).jpg
Tovey in 2009
Born (1981-11-14) 14 November 1981 (age 41)
Billericay, Essex, England
  • Actor
  • playwright
  • screenwriter
  • author
Years active1994–present
PartnerSteve Brockman (2016–present)

Russell George Tovey (born 14 November 1981)[1] is an English actor.[2] He is best known for playing the role of werewolf George Sands in the BBC's supernatural comedy-drama Being Human,[3] Rudge in both the stage and film versions of The History Boys, Steve in the BBC Three sitcom Him & Her, Kevin Matheson in the HBO original series Looking and its subsequent series finale television film Looking: The Movie, and Patrick Read in American Horror Story: NYC.

Early life[edit]

Tovey was born on 14 November 1981 in Billericay, Essex.[4][5] He is the younger of two sons of Carole (née Webb) and George Tovey, who ran a Romford-based coach service taking passengers from Essex to Gatwick Airport. Tovey has an older brother, Daniel.[6] He attended Harold Court School in Harold Wood and Shenfield High School.

Tovey noted that as a boy he "was an avid collector of various things and prone to participating in fads."[5] His parents supported his efforts, taking him to archaeological digs and museums, buying him a metal detector and going to conventions for mineralogists.[5] For a time he wanted to be a history teacher,[5] but after seeing Dead Poets Society, The Goonies, and Stand By Me he decided to be an actor.[5] For a time during his teens he worked as a kitchen assistant in Billericay's King's Head pub.



Tovey began his career as a child actor. He joined a local drama club and garnered the attention of a talent agent.[4] He worked from the age of 11 and missed so much school that his father suggested he should cut back, but his mother persuaded his father to let their son continue.[5] His TV career started in 1994, when he was cast in Mud, a children's series broadcast on CBBC.[4]

He left secondary school at the age of 16 and started a BTEC in performing arts at Barking College. He was expelled after a year for refusing a role in the school play in favour of a paying acting job. He acted in plays in Chichester under the direction of Debra Gillett, wife of Patrick Marber.[4] He met Marber through Gillett, and Marber cast him in the play Howard Katz at the National Theatre.[4] He also performed in His Girl Friday and His Dark Materials there.[4]

In 2004, he took the role of Rudge in Alan Bennett's play The History Boys at the Royal National Theatre as well as touring to Broadway, Sydney, Wellington and Hong Kong and playing the role in the radio and film adaptations.[7][8][9][10] He originally auditioned for the role of Crowther but agreed to act the part of Rudge after Bennett promised to beef up the role.[5] Insecure because he had not attended drama school as many of his peers had, he enrolled in numerous workshops and readings offered by the National Theatre.[5]

In spring 2007, Tovey had a recurring role in BBC Three comedy Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive, playing Rob's producer, Ben.[5] He played Midshipman Alonso Frame, in 2007 Doctor Who Christmas Special "Voyage of the Damned".[5] Russell T. Davies, the show's executive producer and lead writer, had suggested Tovey as a future replacement for David Tennant,[11] before it was announced that the Eleventh Doctor would be played by Matt Smith. Tovey reprised his role as Midshipman Alonso Frame in the 2009-10 Doctor Who Christmas special, "The End of Time".

Tovey played werewolf George Sands, one of three supernatural housemates in the drama Being Human.[12] The pilot premiered on BBC Three on 18 February 2008.[13] A six-part series was commissioned with the first episode broadcast on 25 January 2009.[14] Tovey left the regular cast of the show at the start of the fourth season on 5 February 2012.[15] In November 2012 AudioGO Ltd released an audiobook version of Mark Michalowski's Being Human tie-in novel Chasers, which is narrated by Tovey.[16]

In a 2008 interview in Attitude, Tovey expressed his desire to play darker roles: "really dark, fucked-up characters... like drag queens, rent boys, someone who has been abused, a rapist", though noting that he does not consider himself "fucked-up".[17]

In March 2009, the actor played a leading role in A Miracle at the Royal Court Theatre as Gary Trudgill, a British soldier returning to Norfolk from abroad.[18][19] On 8 March 2009 he presented the Award for Best Actress to Margaret Tyzack for her performance in The Chalk Garden at the Laurence Olivier Awards in Grosvenor House.[20][21]

In 2009, Tovey worked on the film Huge[22] and starred in two television pilots: Young, Unemployed and Lazy (a BBC Three sitcom),[23] renamed to Him & Her[24] in 2010, and The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret (part of Comedy Showcase), a Channel 4 comedy with Spike Jonze and Will Arnett, written by David Cross and Shaun Pye.[25][26]

He also appeared in three shorts: Drop[27] (which premièred at the 2009 Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival), Roar, Roar premiered at the Palm Springs Film Festival on 24 June 2009.[28]

In 2011, he became the voice over/narrator for the BBC Three show Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents and its spinoffs, which ran for five series up to July 2015. Tovey narrated every episode aired.

Tovey played Budgie, one of Gavin's friends, in the BBC comedy-drama Gavin & Stacey. In January 2012, he appeared in the British crime drama Sherlock, playing Henry Knight in the episode "The Hounds of Baskerville". He had a lead role in the ITV sitcom The Job Lot which aired in 2013 and is set in a busy unemployment bureau in the West Midlands.[29]

In 2013, Tovey signed on to appear in the American television series Looking, about a group of gay friends living in San Francisco.[30] Its 8-episode first season broadcast on HBO in 2014. Tovey was promoted to series regular for the second season.[31]

In 2015, Tovey starred in Banished, a historical drama series written by Jimmy McGovern about a group of British convicts in Australia in the 18th century.[32]

Also in 2015, Tovey made his first of many live appearances for arts and entertainment company Pin Drop Studio, reading a short story to an audience followed by an interview by Simon Oldfield.

In 2016, Tovey was cast in the ABC network thriller drama Quantico for the series regular role of Harry Doyle.[33]

In April 2017, Tovey returned to the Royal National Theatre to appear in Marianne Elliot's revival of the Tony Kushner play Angels in America, opposite Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane.[34]

In September 2017, it was revealed that Tovey would be voicing Ray Terrill / The Ray, a reporter who gains light-based powers after being exposed to a genetic light bomb, in the animated web series Freedom Fighters: The Ray on CW Seed. Tovey appeared in "Crisis on Earth-X", the Arrowverse crossover event between Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow.[35][36]

In 2019, Tovey co-starred in an ensemble cast on the show Years and Years, and appeared with Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen in the drama film The Good Liar.[37]

Tovey was awarded the Culture Award at the ninth annual Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards.[38]

In 2021, it was announced Tovey had been cast in Allelujah, a film adaptation of Alan Bennett's play of the same name.[39]

In 2022, Tovey started a role as Patrick Read in American Horror Story: NYC.


Tovey is also an author, playwright and screenwriter. He has written three plays (all unperformed as of August 2010), and one of his short stories was published in women's magazine Company.[6] He also wrote a short film, Victor, and as of August 2010 was seeking funding to produce the picture.[6]

In 2021, he published, with his friend Robert Diament, the book Talk Art.[40][41]

Art collecting[edit]

Tovey collects contemporary art, which he got into at the age of 21 when his parents bought him a Tracey Emin print that he admired called Dog Brains.[42] Aside from several works by Emin, his collection now also includes works by Wolfgang Tillmans, Jamian Juliano Villani, Shannon Ebner, Rebecca Warren, Joyce Pensato, Amoako Boafo, Walter Price, Louis Fratino, Doron Langberg, Carmen Herrera, Rose Wylie, Toyin Ojih Odutola, Lisa Brice and Matias Faldbakken among others.[42][43] Although he has been buying art since he was in his 20s, he considers himself to have been "properly collecting" since about 2010, with his collection now consisting of over 300 works of art.[43] Tovey is passionate about supporting emerging and mid-career artists with his collecting.[44]

Since 2018, Tovey has hosted a podcast called Talk Art with his friend, the gallerist Robert Diament of Carl Freedman gallery, in which the pair talk to their favourite artists, curators and art enthusiasts.[45] In the over 120 episodes, guests have included Ryan Gander, Rose Wylie, Zawe Ashton and Hans Ulrich Obrist.[46]

In 2019, Tovey guest curated Margate Now, an arts festival based in Margate.[44] He has since curated a number of exhibitions for various galleries, as well as a contemporary art auction for Sotheby's.[47][48][49][50]

Tovey was part of the jury of the 2021 Turner Prize.[51]

Tovey was appointed the 2022 patron for the Art UK charity.[52]

Personal life[edit]

Russell is openly gay.

In 2015, Tovey was the subject of public criticism from the LGBT+ press regarding comments he made about effeminate gay men.[53] In his interview with Tom Lamont of The Observer, the actor stated that his schooling made him feel as though he "had to toughen up", going on to say "If I'd have been able to relax, prance around and sing in the street, I might be a different person now."[54] Much of the criticism centred on what was perceived to be a passive criticism of effeminate gay men, with Tovey saying that "I thank my dad for that, for not allowing me to go down the path."[54] Tovey later apologised for the remarks and suggested they did not reflect his views.[53]

Tovey was reported to be dating former porn star and rugby coach Steve Brockman beginning in early 2016.[55][56] They became engaged in February 2018 but separated in June of the same year. They reconciled in 2019 and, as of 2023, are still together.[57]



Year Title Role Notes
2001 The Emperor's New Clothes Recruit
2006 The History Boys Peter Rudge
2009 In Passing Henry Travers Short film
2010 Huge Carl
2012 Grabbers Adam Smith
The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists The Albino Pirate Voice UK version
Tower Block Paul
2014 Effie Gray George
Muppets Most Wanted Delivery Man
Blackwood Jack
Pride Tim
Moomins on the Riviera Moomintroll Voice
2015 Stick Man Dog
The Lady in the Van Young Man with Earring
2016 The Pass Jason
Mindhorn Paul Melly
2017 The Hippopotamus Rupert Keynes
2018 Hymn of Hate Sergeant George May Short film
2019 The Good Liar Steven
2022 Allelujah Colin Colman
2023 Night of the Lotus Charlie In post-production
Love Again Billy Brooks


Year Title Role Notes
1994 Mud Bill Bailey All episodes
1996 Spywatch Dennis Sealey
1998 The Mrs Bradley Mysteries Stable Boy Episode: "Speedy Death"
2000 Hope and Glory Gary Bailey Episode 2.2
2001 Agatha Christie's Poirot Lionel Marshall Episode: "Evil Under the Sun"
The Bill Tyro Shaw 2 episodes
Holby City Jerome Hibbert Episode: "Borrowed Time"
2002 Ultimate Force Weasel Episode: "The Killing House"
Silent Witness Josh Palmer Episode: "Kith and Kill" (2 parts)
The Bill Kieran Elcott Episode: "068"
2003 William and Mary Aaron Patterson Episode 4
Servants John Walters
2005 Holby City Adam Spengler Episode: "Soft Centred"
Messiah IV: The Harrowing Robbie McManus 3 episodes
My Family and Other Animals Leslie Durrell Television film
2007–2009 Gavin & Stacey Budgie 4 episodes
2007 Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive Ben 5 episodes
Doctor Who Midshipman Alonso Frame Episodes: "Voyage of the Damned" and "The End of Time"
2008–2012 Being Human George Sands 24 episodes
2008 Ashes to Ashes Marcus Johnstone Episode: "Episode 5"
Mutual Friends Estate Agent Episode 5
Little Dorrit John Chivery 10 episodes
2009 Agatha Christie's Marple PC Terence Reed Episode: "Murder is Easy"
The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret Dave Pilot Only
2010–2013 Him & Her Steve Marshall 25 episodes
2010–2011 Doctor Who Confidential Narrator 14 episodes
2011–2015 Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents Narrator
2012 Sherlock Henry Knight Episode: "The Hounds of Baskerville"
2013 Talking to the Dead DS Huw Brydon 2 episodes
The Dog Rescuers Narrator 10 episodes
What Remains Michael Jenson 4 episodes
2013–2015 The Job Lot Karl Lyndhurst 18 episodes
2014–2015 Looking Kevin Matheson 15 episodes
2015 Drunk History King Charles II Episode 6
Banished James Freeman 7 episodes
2016 Looking: The Movie Kevin Matheson Television film
The Comic Strip Presents... Red Top Andy Coulson Television film
The Night Manager Simon Ogilvey Episode 1
2016–2018 Quantico Harry Doyle Series regular
2018 Shane the Chef Shane All episodes
2017 Queers: More Anger Phil BBC4 TV monologue
The Flash Ray Terrill / The Ray Episode: "Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3"
Legends of Tomorrow Episode: "Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4"
2019 The Great Celebrity Bake Off for SU2C Himself Channel 4's Great British Bake Off Special for Stand Up To Cancer – Series 2, Episode 2
Years and Years Daniel Lyons Main role (4 episodes)
Nominated — Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Movie/Miniseries
Supergirl Ray Terrill / The Ray Uncredited; Episode: "Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 1"
2020 Flesh and Blood Jake 4 episodes
The Sister Nathan
2021 RuPaul's Drag Race UK Himself Guest judge
2022 American Horror Story: NYC Patrick Read Main role (10 episodes)


Year Title Role Notes
2017–2018 Freedom Fighters: The Ray Ray Terrill / The Ray Animated series
2021 The Picture of Dorian Gray Basil Hallward Online production

Other credits[edit]


Year Title Role Theatre Location
2000 The Recruiting Officer Chichester Festival Theatre Chichester
2001 Howard Katz Cottesloe Theatre, Royal National Theatre London[58]
2002 Plasticine Spira / Boy Having Sex Royal Court Theatre London[59]
2003 Henry V Boy Olivier Theatre, Royal National Theatre London[60]
His Girl Friday Ralph Sweeney London[61]
2003–2004 His Dark Materials Roger Parslow London[62]
2004–2006 The History Boys Peter Rudge Lyttleton Theatre, Royal National Theatre London
2005 The Laramie Project Gil Engen Sound Theatre
2005–2006 Hergé's Adventures of Tintin Tintin Barbican Arts Centre London[63]
2006 The History Boys Peter Rudge Lyric Theatre, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Hong Kong
St James Wellington
Sydney Theatre Sydney
Broadhurst Theatre, Broadway New York
2007 A Respectable Wedding The Bridegroom Young Vic London[64]
2008 The Sea Billy Hallercut Theatre Royal Haymarket London[65]
2009 A Miracle Gary Trudgill Royal Court Theatre London[19]
2012 Sex With a Stranger Adam Trafalgar Studios London
2014 The Pass Jason Royal Court Theatre
2015 A View from the Bridge Rodolpho Lyceum Theatre New York[66]
2017 Angels in America Joe Pitt Lyttelton Theatre, Royal National Theatre London
2018 The Lover / The Collection The Milkman / Bill Harold Pinter Theatre
2020 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Nick Booth Theatre, Broadway New York
2021 Constellations_(play) Roland Vaudeville Theatre London

Radio and readings[edit]

Year Title Role
2006 The History Boys Peter Rudge
2007 Rubbish Dan
2009 The Government Inspector Gendarme
The Admirable Crichton[67] Crichton
Newfangle[68] Newfangle
Last Night, Another Soldier[69] Briggsy
The Richest Man in Britain[70] Dom
2011 Countrysides Simon

Tovey has read several books for audio, notably a 2017 performance of The Picture of Dorian Gray. He is the narrator for the 20th anniversary edition audiobook of Nick Hornby's High Fidelity, released in 2015. Also, since 2016, he is the reader for audiobooks of Liz Pichon's Tom Gates book series, starting from book 10, Super Good Skills (Almost...), taking over from Rupert Grint.


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