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|Occupation||Actor, writer, comedian|
Tony Paul Way (born 7 October 1978) is an English actor, comedian, and writer. He is best known for playing characters in a number of British comedy TV series including Extras, Black Books and Bang, Bang, It's Reeves and Mortimer, as well as comedy movies including Sightseers and Ali G Indahouse. He has since moved into drama, appearing as Plague in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Dontos Hollard in HBO's Game of Thrones, and Thomas Nashe in Anonymous.
Way started his career in comedy and acting at the age of 17 when he, Rhys Thomas, Stephen Burge, and Glynne Wiley started making comedy videos as sketch group Stay Alive Pepi while at college. The videos were noticed by Bob Mortimer and Charlie Higson, who gave Way his first television appearances in a sketch on The Fast Show and in several sketches in Bang, Bang, It's Reeves and Mortimer. Way went on to write for and perform in more comedy shows, including Mongrels, Extras, Spaced, and Tittybangbang.
Way has also performed in many television shows and feature films, including The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Anonymous, Tunnel of Love, Finding Neverland, Cheeky, Ali G Indahouse, Fairytales, Down Terrace and Sightseers. From 2012 to 2014, Way appeared as Ser Dontos Hollard on HBO's Game of Thrones. In 2014, he co-starred in the sci-fi film Edge of Tomorrow, and made an appearance on Doctor Who. Since 2013 he has played Terry in BBC Radio 4 sitcom Seekers, written by his friend and collaborator Stephen Burge. Way also still regularly works with Rhys Thomas on the Thomas and Way Podcast, which they have been recording irregularly since 2011.
|2002||Ali G Indahouse||Dave|
|2004||Finding Neverland||Set Mover|
|2008||Trimming the Fat||James "Hendy" Henderson|
|2009||Beyond the Pole||Landlord|
|Down Terrace||Garvey||Winner Fantastic Fest – Best Feature and Best Screenplay & Best British Film at London's Raindance Film Festival|
|2010||London Boulevard||Lone Pap|
|The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo||Plague|
|2013||Gus and His Dirty Dead Dad||Taxi Gavin|
|2014||Legend of the Golden Fishcake||Gavin|
|The Riot Club||Mugger|
|Edge of Tomorrow||Kimmel|
|2015||Brand New-U||Gun Dealer/Santa|
|High-Rise||Robert the Caretaker|
|Trespass Against Us||Norman|
|2016||Mindhorn||Dad with Newspaper|
- Giri/Haji (2019) - Roy
- After Life (2019–present) - Lenny
- Collateral (2018) - Conor
- Tracey Breaks the News (2017) - Various
- Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams (2017) - Carmichael
- Tracey Breaks the News (2017)
- Zapped 2016-17
- Brian Pern: 45 Years of Prog and Roll (2016) – Ned
- Jekyll and Hyde (2015) – Silas
- SunTrap (2015) – Glenn
- Murder in Successville (2015) – "Harry Styles"
- Inside No. 9 (2015) – Michael, episode "Cold Comfort"
- House of Fools (2015) – Punter / Butcher Brother 1
- Drunk History (2015) – various characters
- Pompidou (2015) – Merrick
- Asylum (2015) – Alan
- The Life of Rock with Brian Pern (2014) – Ned / Captain Cupnutz/ Rick Parfitt
- Not Going Out (2014) – Tony
- Doctor Who (2014) – Alf
- Derek (2014)
- Game of Thrones (2012–2014) – Ser Dontos Hollard
- Sherlock (2012)
- Life's Too Short (2011)
- Mongrels – Gary (2010)
- 2009 Unwrapped with Miranda Hart – Arthur (2009)
- Extras – Chef (2005)
- Black Books – Cinema Clerk / Burger Boy (2000)
- Money – Fat Paul
- The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson – various characters, also writer
- Shooting Stars – various characters, also writer
- Above Their Stations – Techno Benson
- The Wall – various characters, also writer
- No Heroics – Praying Mantis
- Torn Up Tales – Clint "The Beast" Beastwood
- Fairy Tales – Rapunzel (Boris Stojkovic)
- Tittybangbang – performer
- Blunder – writer
- Tunnel of Love – Spiff
- Monkey Trousers – various characters
- My Family
- The All Star Comedy Show – various characters
- Swiss Toni
- Crash – various characters, also writer
- Hardware – Cliff
- Eleven O'Clock Show – writer
- Small Potatoes – Elwood
- Fun at the Funeral Parlour – Gwynne Thomas
- Bang, Bang, It's Reeves and Mortimer – various characters
- Randall and Hopkirk – Hammer of God
- Spaced – Paper Boy
- Barking – performer, also writer
- The Fast Show – New Boy
- Des (Dennis Nilsen True 3 Part Documentary Drama)- Dyno Rod Engineer
- Seekers (BBC Radio 4) – Terry
- Thomas and Way Podcast
- The Don't Watch With Mother Sketchbook – Various characters, also writer
- Richard Sandlings Perfect Movie – Queen's Head, London
- Lenny Beige's Night of Legends – Pigalle Club, London
- Oram and Meeten's Club Fantastico – Lowdown, The Albany, London
- Stay Alive Pepi – Canal Cafe, London
- Stay Alive Pepi – Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh
- Stay Alive Pepi – De Hems, London
- Fordy, Tom (31 October 2011). "Anonymous: Interview With Tony Way". The Hollywood News. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
- "Down Terrace (2010) Review". workingauthor.com. 15 October 2010. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
- Ortiz, Jen (21 April 2014). "The Game of Thrones Exit Interview: The Drunk Knight Who Saved Sansa (and Maybe Killed Joffrey) Talks Postmortem". gq.com. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
- "Tony Way talks Ser Dontos, Purple Wedding, Sansa & Littlefinger". flicksandthecity.com. 22 October 2014. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
- "'Edge of Tomorrow' Review". screenrant.com. 6 June 2014. Retrieved 30 September 2016.
- "Tony Way's Appointment With The Doctor". The Velvet Onion. 30 January 2014. Retrieved 30 September 2016.