Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Filmography 5 Accolades 6 References 7 External links

Early life Tobias Vincent Maguire was born in Santa Monica, California, the son of Wendy (née Brown), a secretary turned screenwriter and film producer and a construction worker and cook. He has four half-brothers.[1] He is of one eighth Austrian and one eighth Puerto Rican descent.[2] His parents, 18 and 20 years old, were unmarried at the time of his birth; the two married and subsequently divorced when Maguire was two.[3] Maguire spent much of his childhood moving from town to town, living with each parent and other family members.[4] During his childhood, Maguire entertained the idea of becoming a chef and wanted to enroll in a home economics class as a sixth grader. His mother offered him $100 to take a drama class instead, and he agreed.[5] The transient nature of his school years began to take a toll on Maguire emotionally, and after another relocation for his freshman year, he dropped out of high school and did not return. Instead, he pursued an acting career.[6] By 2000, he had obtained his GED, noting that during his school days, "I was not doing school; I was showing up, but... not really giving myself."[7]

Career Maguire's first appearance in a feature film was in 1989's The Wizard. He plays one of Lucas Barton's goons (one of three competitors at a video game competition) and had no lines. He worked as a child actor in the early 1990s, often playing roles much younger than his chronological age, and as late as 2002 he was still playing teenagers while in his mid-20s. He appeared in a variety of commercials and TV and movie roles, working opposite such actors as Chuck Norris (Walker, Texas Ranger), Roseanne Barr (Roseanne), and Tracey Ullman (Tracey Takes On...). Eventually, he was cast as the lead in the FOX TV series Great Scott!, which was cancelled five weeks later.[citation needed] During many of his auditions, Maguire found himself auditioning for roles opposite another rising actor, Leonardo DiCaprio. The pair quickly became friends and made an informal pact to help each other get parts in their movies/TV shows/other projects. For example, both auditioned for the same part in the 1990 TV series based on the 1989 comedy Parenthood. DiCaprio was cast, and Maguire later got a guest role at least partly on DiCaprio's recommendation. The same scenario played itself out during casting for the 1993 movie This Boy's Life (featuring Robert De Niro as the lead); DiCaprio got the main teen role (coincidentally, the character was named "Toby") and Maguire got a part as one of Toby's friends.[8] By the mid-1990s, he was working steadily but was also becoming involved in the hard-partying lifestyle of some of his fellow young actors. In 1995, he requested director Allan Moyle to release him from his part in the movie Empire Records. Moyle agreed, and all of Maguire's scenes were deleted from the final film.[9] Maguire then sought help for a drinking problem from Alcoholics Anonymous; he has been sober ever since.[10] As part of his recovery from alcoholism and learning to deal with his self-described "addictive and compulsive nature",[10] Maguire changed his career path slightly to obtain roles where he and DiCaprio would not always be in competition for the same part, and the move paid off when given the role of Paul Hood, a teenage boarding school student whose narration anchors the action, in Ang Lee's 1997 film, The Ice Storm. This led to a variety of lead roles in films such as Pleasantville, The Cider House Rules, and Wonder Boys.[citation needed] In the 1998 film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas he portrayed a hitchhiker who meets Raoul Duke and Dr. Gonzo during their drive to Las Vegas.[11] In Ride with the Devil (1999), Maguire portrayed Jakob Roedel, opposite Jewel Kilcher. Here he played the son of a unionist German immigrant who joins his southern friends in the Missouri riders, avenging the atrocities committed against Missourians by Kansas Jayhawkers and redleggers.[12] In 2001, Maguire took a role that featured his youthful-sounding voice, a beagle puppy named Lou, in the family movie Cats & Dogs.[13] Maguire greets fans at Spider-Man 3 premiere In 2002, Maguire starred in Spider-Man, based on the popular Marvel Comics superhero. The film was a major success and made him into a star. He reprised the role in the sequels Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Spider-Man 3 (2007), and has also provided the voice of Spider-Man for the video game adaptations of the films. All three movies went on to be part of the highest-grossing movies each year.[14][15][16] His performance as Spider-Man earned him some glowing reviews. Mark Caro of the Chicago Tribune wrote that "with his big, round, soulful eyes, Maguire always has been able to convey a sense of wonder, and his instinct for understatement also serves him well here."[17] Due to script and production complications, a proposed fourth Spider-Man movie did not materialize. Sony decided to reboot the franchise.[18] The film, titled The Amazing Spider-Man, was released on July 3, 2012. Maguire had a lead role as the jockey John M. "Red" Pollard in Seabiscuit, about the famous racehorse Seabiscuit.[19] In 2006, he starred in his first villainous role as Corporal Patrick Tully opposite George Clooney and Cate Blanchett in Steven Soderbergh's The Good German, based on the Joseph Kanon novel of the same name.[20] He is also a producer whose production credits include 25th Hour (2002), Whatever We Do (2003), and Seabiscuit (2003), for which he served as executive producer.[21] In 2008, he made a cameo appearance in the action comedy film Tropic Thunder as a gay 18th century[22] monk with his eye on Father O'Malley (Kirk Lazarus, the character played by Robert Downey, Jr. in Tropic Thunder) in the faux trailer for Satan's Alley. He was a last-minute replacement in the role, and due to previously-scheduled commitments was only available to be on set for two hours to film his scenes.[23] Near the end of Tropic Thunder, it is revealed that Maguire's character has been nominated for a Best Actor Oscar for Satan's Alley, which he loses to Tugg Speedman (Ben Stiller) for his role in Tropic Blunder, ironically presented by Kirk Lazarus.[citation needed] In 2009, he starred alongside Jake Gyllenhaal and Natalie Portman in the Jim Sheridan-directed war drama Brothers as Sam Cahill, a prisoner of war who returns from Afghanistan and starts believing that his wife has become romantically involved with his brother. He received critical acclaim and a Golden Globe nomination for his performance in the film. Of the nomination, Maguire said, "I had no expectation about getting a nomination, but I was watching nonetheless. My wife and my son got really excited. I was sort of surprised – I was like, 'Oh, wow.' And I couldn't hear the latter part of my name." [24] Maguire lost to Jeff Bridges for his role in Crazy Heart. Maguire and DiCaprio once again performed together, in Baz Luhrmann's remake of The Great Gatsby (2013); DiCaprio played the title role, while Maguire played the story's narrator, Nick Carraway.[25][26] In 2012 Maguire was co-producer of Good People. That same year he also established his own production company, Material Pictures, which secured independent financing in 2013 to help it produce more feature films.[27] His next film, Pawn Sacrifice (2015), was also co-produced by Material Pictures. It was a Cold War thriller based on the true story of American chess prodigy Bobby Fischer, played by Maguire. The film details the events leading up to and including the world chess championship in 1972, when Fischer challenges Soviet chess grandmaster and world champion, Boris Spassky, acted by Liev Schreiber.[28] It received mostly positive reviews.[29] Maguire reunited with Alec Baldwin in the animated movie The Boss Baby, where he voiced as the adult version of Tim Templeton.

Personal life Maguire with his former wife, Jennifer Meyer Maguire has been a vegetarian since 1992; in 2009, he became a vegan.[30][31][32] PETA declared him the World's Sexiest Vegetarian in 2002.[33] He has made changes in his diet to either gain or lose weight for movie roles: he dramatically decreased his calorie intake for Seabiscuit, followed by a rapid increase to regain weight for Spider-Man 2.[34] Maguire has been sober since the age of 19 after experiencing "some difficulty" with alcohol in his late teens.[35] Maguire met jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer in 2003 while he was shooting the movie Seabiscuit at Universal Studios, and they became engaged in April 2006. Their daughter was born in November 2006.[36][37] Maguire and Meyer married on September 3, 2007, in Kona, Hawaii.[38] Their second child, a son, was born in May 2009.[39] On October 18, 2016, the couple announced their separation after nine years of marriage.[40] In 2017, they were officially divorced. In 2004, Maguire took up tournament poker. He has finished in the money in several events and has been tutored by poker professional Daniel Negreanu. Maguire can be seen on ESPN's coverage of the 2005, 2006, and 2007 World Series of Poker Main Event Championship.[41][42] He was one of many celebrities, along with Ben Affleck and Leonardo DiCaprio who participated in Molly Bloom's high-stake poker games at The Viper Room in the mid-2000s,[43] and received bad press for reportedly demanding Bloom "bark like a seal" for a $1,000 poker chip after a tournament they almost lost.[44]

Filmography Main article: Tobey Maguire filmography

Accolades 1993: Nominated – Young Artist Award, Best Young Actor in a New Television Series, Great Scott! 1999: Nominated – Saturn Award, Best Performance by a Younger Actor/Actress, Pleasantville 2000: Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award, Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture, The Cider House Rules 2000: Nominated – Teen Choice Award, Choice Actor – Film, The Cider House Rules 2000: Nominated – Teen Choice Award, Choice Liar – Film, Wonder Boys 2000: Won – Toronto Film Critics Association Award, Best Supporting Performance – Male, Wonder Boys 2001: Nominated – Online Film & Television Association Award, Best Supporting Actor, Wonder Boys 2001: Nominated – Phoenix Film Critics Society Award, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Wonder Boys 2002: Won – Teen Choice Award, Choice Actor – Film, Drama/Action–Adventure, Spider-Man 2002: Nominated – Teen Choice Award, Choice Chemistry – Film (shared with Kirsten Dunst), Spider-Man 2002: Won – Teen Choice Award, Choice Lip Lock – Film (shared with Kirsten Dunst), Spider-Man 2003: Nominated – Black Reel Award, Best Film (shared with Spike Lee, Jon Kilik, Julia Chasman) 25th Hour 2003: Nominated – MTV Movie + TV Award, Best Male Performance, Spider-Man 2003: Won – MTV Movie + TV Award, Best Kiss (shared with Kirsten Dunst), Spider-Man 2003: Nominated – Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award, Favorite Male Butt Kicker, Spider-Man 2003: Nominated – Saturn Award, Best Lead Actor, Spider-Man 2003: Nominated – SFX Award, Best SF or Fantasy Film Actor, Spider-Man 2004: Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award, Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Seabiscuit 2004: Nominated – Spike Video Game Award, Best Performance by a Human Male, Spider-Man 2 2005: Nominated – Golden Schmoes Award, Favorite Celebrity of the Year 2005: Nominated – Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award, Favorite Movie Actor, Spider-Man 2 2005: Nominated – People's Choice Award, Favorite Male Action Movie Star, Spider-Man 2 2005: Nominated – People's Choice Award, Favorite On–Screen Chemistry (shared with Kirsten Dunst), Spider-Man 2 2005: Won – Saturn Award, Best Lead Actor, Spider-Man 2 2007: Nominated – National Movie Award, Best Performance by a Male, Spider-Man 3 2007: Nominated – Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor: Action/Adventure, Spider-Man 3 2007: Nominated – Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Dance, Spider-Man 3 2007: Nominated – Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Liplock (shared with Kirsten Dunst), Spider-Man 3 2007: Nominated – Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie: Rumble (shared with James Franco, Topher Grace, Thomas Haden Church), Spider-Man 3 2008: Nominated – MTV Movie + TV Award, Best Fight (shared with James Franco), Spider-Man 3 2008: Nominated – People's Choice Award, Favorite On–Screen Match–Up (shared with Kirsten Dunst), Spider-Man 3 2010: Nominated – Golden Globe Award, Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama, Brothers 2010: Nominated – Prism Award, Performance in a Feature Film, Brothers 2010: Nominated – Saturn Award, Best Lead Actor, Brothers 2010: Nominated – Teen Choice Award, Choice Movie Actor: Drama, Brothers 2011: Won – CinEuphoria Award, Best Actor – International Competition, Brothers

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