Maguire, Tobey 1975–

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Maguire, Tobey 1975–

(Tobias Maguire)


Full name, Tobias Vincent Maguire; born June 27, 1975, in Santa Monica, CA; son of Vincent (a cook) and Wendy (a secretary) Maguire. Avocational Interests: Yoga, cooking, poker, chess.

Addresses: Office—Maguire Entertainment, 9220 Sunset Blvd., Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Agent—Richard Lovett, Creative Artists Agency, 9830 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Eric Kranzler, Management 360, 9111 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Publicist—I/D Public Relations, 8409 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069.

Career: Actor. Maguire Entertainment, Los Angeles, principal. Appeared in commercials. Participant in poker tournaments. Some sources cite Maguire as an advisor for EdgeTV.

Awards, Honors: Young Artist Award nomination, best young actor in a new television series, Young Artist Foundation, 1993, for Great Scott!; Saturn Award nomination, best performance by a younger actor or actress, Academy of Science Fiction, Horror, and Fantasy Films, 1999, for Pleasantville; named to Entertainment Weekly magazine's It List, 1999 and 2001; Toronto Film Critics Association Award, best supporting actor, 2000, for Wonder Boys; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast in a theatrical motion picture, 2000, for The Cider House Rules; Teen Choice awards, choice actor in a drama or action adventure film and (with Kirsten Dunst) choice lip lock, and Teen Choice Award nomination (with Dunst), choice film chemistry, all 2002, MTV Movie Award (with Dunst), best kiss, Saturn Award nomination, best actor, MTV Movie Award nomination, best male performance, and Blimp Award nomination, favorite male butt kicker, Kids' Choice awards, all 2003, all for Spider-Man; named one of the most powerful people in Hollywood, Entertainment Weekly magazine, 2002 and 2003; Screen Actors Guild Award nomination (with others), outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture, 2004, for Seabiscuit; Saturn Award and Empire Award nomination, both best actor, and Blimp Award nomination, favorite movie actor, all 2005, for Spider-Man 2.


Film Appearances:

(Uncredited) Lucas's goon, The Wizard, Universal, 1989.

Chuck Bolger, This Boy's Life, Warner Bros., 1993.

Al, S.F.W. (also known as So Fucking What?), Gramercy Pictures, 1994.

Drunken teenager, Healer, Healer Productions, 1994.

Jimmy Spencer, The Adventures of the Red Baron (also known as Plane Fear and Revenge of the Red Baron), New Horizons, 1994.

Rich Cooper, The Duke of Groove (short film), Chanticleer Films, 1995, also released in 4 Tales of 2 Cities (four short films), 1995.

Harvey Stern, Deconstructing Harry, Fine Line Features, 1997.

J. T., Joyride, Live Film & Mediaworks/Showcase Entertainment/High Fliers Distribution, 1997.

Paul Hood, The Ice Storm, Fox Searchlight Pictures, 1997.

David/Bud Parker, Pleasantville (also known as Color of Heart), New Line Cinema, 1998.

Hitchhiker, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Universal, 1998.

Homer Wells, The Cider House Rules, Miramax, 1998.

Ian, Don's Plum (also known as Saturday Night Club), 1998, Trust Films Sales, 2001.

Jake Roedel, Ride with the Devil (also known as To Live On), Universal, 1999.

James Leer, Wonder Boys (also known as Die Wonder Boys and Wonderboys—Lauter Wunderknaben), Paramount, 2000.

Lou, Cats & Dogs, Warner Bros., 2001.

Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Spider-Man (also known as Spiderman and Spider-Man: The Motion Picture), Columbia, 2002.

Red Pollard, Seabiscuit, Universal, 2003.

Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Columbia, 2004, IMAX version released as Spider-Man 2: The IMAX Experience.

Billy Chaka, Tokyo Suckerpunch (short film), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2006.

Tully, The Good German, Warner Bros., 2006.

Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Spider-Man 3, Sony Pictures Releasing, 2007.

Quiet Type, New Line Cinema, 2007.

Film Producer:

25th Hour (also known as The 25th Hour), Buena Vista, 2002.

Executive producer, Seabiscuit, Universal, 2003.

Whatever We Do (short film), 2003.

Tokyo Suckerpunch (short film), Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2006.

Quiet Type, New Line Cinema, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

Scott Melrod, Great Scott!, Fox, 1992.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Chuck Borchardt, Seduced by Madness: The Diane Borchardt Story (also known as Murderous Passion: The Diane Borchardt Story and Seduced by Madness), NBC, 1996.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Martin, Spoils of War (also known as In Spite of Love), ABC, 1994.

Peter Lively, A Child's Cry for Help, NBC, 1994.

Television Appearances; Specials:

(As Tobias Maguire) Rodney Dangerfield: Opening Night at Rodney's Place, 1989.

Ronald "Hot Rod" Brown, Tales from the Whoop: Hot Rod Brown, Class Clown (also known as Hot Rod Brown, Class Clown), Nickelodeon, 1990.

Older Danny, Profiles, ABC, 1994.

Canned Ham: Deconstructing Harry, Comedy Central, 1997.

Himself, What Is a Producer?, E! Entertainment Television, 2001.

(In archive footage) Peter Parker, Jack Black: Spider-Man, MTV, 2002.

Himself, Behind the Scenes: Spider-Man the Movie (also known as Behind the Ultimate Spin), 2002.

Himself, Spider-Man: An MTV Movie Special, MTV, 2002.

Himself, Spidermania, 2002.

Himself, The Spider-Man Story, Channel 5 (England), 2002.

Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2002, ABC, 2002.

Before They Were Stars!, ABC, 2002.

Himself, The True Story of Seabiscuit, Arts and Entertainment, 2003.

Himself, VH1 Goes Inside: Spider-Man, VH1, 2004.

(In archive footage) Saturday Night Life: The Best of Cheri Oteri, NBC, 2004.

Television Appearances; Awards Presentations:

The 1999 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 1999.

Presenter, The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2000.

Presenter, The 72nd Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2000.

Presenter, The 74th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2002.

Presenter, Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '04, Nickelodeon, 2004.

Presenter, The 76th Annual Academy Awards, ABC, 2004.

Presenter, 2004 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2004.

Presenter, The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, NBC, 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"The Missing Eye," General Hospital, ABC, 1979.

Parenthood, NBC, 1990.

Boy, "Sex, Lies and Teenagers," Blossom, NBC, 1991.

Jeff, "Valentine's Day," Roseanne, ABC, 1991.

Tripp O'Connell, "The Dead Letter," Eerie Indiana, NBC, 1991.

Jake and the Fatman, CBS, 1991.

Wild & Crazy Kids, Nickelodeon and syndicated, 1992.

Duane Parsons, "The Prodigal Son," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1994.

Sonny, "Family," Tracey Takes On …, HBO, 1996.

Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's "Saturday Night," Saturday Night, Saturday Night Live '80, SNL, and SNL 25), NBC, 2000.

Himself, "Cats & Dogs," HBO First Look, HBO, 2001.

Himself, "Spider-Man," HBO First Look, HBO, 2002.

Movie House (also known as MTV's "Movie House"), MTV, c. 2002.

Himself, "Seabiscuit," HBO First Look, HBO, 2003.

(In archive footage) Himself, Celebrities Uncensored, E! Entertainment Television, 2003.

Himself, "Spider-Man 2," HBO First Look, HBO, 2004.

(In archive footage) Magacine, [Spain], 2005.

Television Guest Appearances; Episodic:

The Rosie O'Donnell Show, syndicated, 2000.

Howard Stern, E! Entertainment Television, 2002.

Rove Live, Ten Network (Australia), 2002.

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2002, 2003.

The Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show and Late Show Backstage), CBS, 2003.

The Oprah Winfrey Show (also known as Oprah), syndicated, 2003, 2004.

(In archive footage) 101 Biggest Celebrity Oops (also known as E's "101"), E! Entertainment Television, 2004.

Eigo de shabera-night, 2004.

Extra (also known as Extra: The Entertainment Magazine), syndicated, 2004.

On-Air with Ryan Seacrest, syndicated, 2004.

Smap × Smap, Fuji Television, 2004.

This Morning (also known as This Morning with Richard and Judy), Independent Television (England), 2004.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Scott Melrod, Great Scott!, Fox, 1992.

Television Work; Specials:

Executive producer, Rock of Ages, HBO, 2003.

Stage Appearances:

Thanksgiving Cries, 1991.

Radio Appearances:

The Howard Stern Radio Show, 2002.



Himself, The Cider House Rules: The Making of an American Classic, Miramax, 1999.

Himself, Wonder Boys: A Look between the Pages, Paramount, 2000.

Himself, The Making of "Seabiscuit" (also known as Bringing the Legend to Life: The Making of "Seabiscuit"), Universal Studios Home Video, 2003.

Himself, Seabiscuit: The Making of a Legend, 2003.

Himself, Seabiscuit: Racing through History, Universal Studios Home Video, 2003.

Himself, Hero in Crisis, Columbia/TriStar Home Entertainment, 2004.

Himself, Making the Amazing (also known as Making the Amazing: The Making of "Spider-Man 2" and Making the Amazing: "Spider-Man 2"), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2004.

Video Games:

Voice of Peter Parker/Spiderman, Spider-Man, 2002.

Voice of Peter Parker/Spiderman, Spider-Man 2, Activision, 2004.



Newsmakers, Issue 2, Gale, 2002.


Cosmopolitan, May, 1999, p. 214.

Entertainment Weekly, March 3, 2000, pp. 39-40; December 20, 2002, pp. 18-19; July 25, 2003, pp. 24-30.

Interview, October, 1998, pp. 142-50.

Parade, July 20, 2003, pp. 6-8.

People Weekly, May 20, 2002, p. 67.

Playboy, August, 2003, pp. 55-59, 139-41.

Premiere, November, 1997, p. 48; May, 2002, pp. 50-56, 95.

Request, May, 2002, p. 10.

Time, May 20, 2002, p. 74; July 21, 2003, p. 56.

TV Guide, December 13, 2003, p. 14.

US, November, 1998, pp. 82-83.

USA Today, October 22, 1997, p. 60.

Variety, January 3, 2000, p. 57; April 7, 2003.

Vogue, September, 1999, pp. 430-32.

Women's Wear Daily, December 21, 1999, p. 4.