Tony Way is an English actor, comedian and writer best known for playing various comedy characters on many British television shows, and playing the character Dave in the comedy film Ali G Indahouse.
He subsequently moved into film and drama where he played Plague in David Fincher's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and Thomas Nashe in Roland Emmerich's Anonymous.
Way was born in Rochford, Essex in the East of England. He grew up in Wickford, Essex where he attended the Beauchamps School.
Way started his career in comedy and acting aged 17 when he, Rhys Thomas, Stephen Burge and Glynne Wiley started making amateur comedy videos as sketch group Stay Alive Pepi while still at sixth form college in their home town of Wickford, Essex.
The videos were viewed and enjoyed by Bob Mortimer and The Fast Show's Charlie Higson who gave Way his first television appearance in a Suits You sketch on the Fast Show.
Way has gone on to write and perform in many popular television comedy shows, including Mongrels, Extras and Tittybangbang.
He has also performed in many television dramas and feature films including The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Anonymous, Tunnel of Love, Finding Neverland, Cheeky, Ali G Indahouse and Fairytales.
In 2012 he was cast in the second season of HBO's medieval fantasy-drama television series Game of Thrones.