By age 20 Toby Fisher had already swam in the deep end — co-starring in Ian Mune drama The Whole of the Moon as a teen dealing with romance and mortality. Later came British horror film LD 50 Lethal Dose, and Rosamunde Pilcher adaptation The Shell Seekers. Fisher is now a Brit-based barrister whose specialties include human rights and environmental law; he was junior counsel on the Leveson Inquiry into the British press. 

As my first film role, The Whole of the Moon was a crash-course in how to act on screen. But in Ian Mune, I had a master teacher and in Nikki Si’ulepa, an astonishing class-mate. Great fun and hard work. Toby Fisher on The Whole of the Moon