Toby Francis is a multi-faceted performer of wide-ranging talent.

Toby Francis is an Australian leading man known for a variety of roles throughout Australia. Most recently, Toby has been seen in the role of Guy in Once for both Darlinghurst Theatre Company and Black Swan State Theatre Company since originating the role in 2019.

Other credits include: Charlie in the Australian Premiere of Kinky Boots for Michael Cassel Group; Galileo in We Will Rock You for Packemin Productions and for the Peewee Productions Arena Tour; Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar for Packemin Productions; Andy in Rolling Thunder Vietnam; Rob in the Australian Premiere of High Fidelity at Hayes Theatre Co; Boland in the Australian Premiere of Dogfight at Hayes Theatre Co for Neil Gooding Productions; and for his collaboration with Isaac Hayward on ‘Pop Punk Les Mis’ as part of ReWired: Musicals Reimagined for Hayes Theatre Co and Sydney Festival.

Toby has toured with The Ten Tenors as part of their Home for The Holidays USA and Power of Ten AUS/NZ tours, and has performed as a featured pre-show solo performer at the AFL Pride Game and the Australian Open Women’s Final between Venus and Serena Williams which was broadcast to millions of viewers worldwide. As a writer, Toby has received awards for his works Blokelahoma! and Love and Death and an American Guitar and was Sketch and Writing Partner to John Cleese during the Just for Laughs International Comedy Festival at the Sydney Opera House. Toby is also a host of Hayes Theatre Co’s annual Carols by Cabaret and has worked as a voice over artist for ABC National – Fictions.