58 years old (Born on May 14, 1961)
English actor; He is famous from Pulp Fiction.Served as president of the jury for the Camera D'Or - a prize awarded to first time filmmakers - at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004. Ranked #16 on Tropopkin's Top 25 Most Intriguing People [Issue #100] He bears tattoos on his right arm for significant events in his life. He currently has 5 such tattoos. Turned down the role of Johnny Rotten in Sid and Nancy (1986), because he felt the film depicted history that was "too recent." His father changed the family name from the more British "Smith" to the German-Jewish 'Roth' in the 40s after World War II because he was a journalist who traveled in countries that disliked the British.
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Fun Facts About Tim Roth
One of the first actor/models to get the trendy "thorny tribal" tattoo around his arm.
Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006
Even with his reputation as an actor firmly established, Tim Roth still tends bar from time to time.
Two sons, with Butler, Timothy (b. 1995) and Cormac (b. 1996)
He and Gary Oldman are very good friends from back in the days of when they worked in London theater.
He has a son named Jack (b. 1983), with Lori Baker.
His middle name is Simon.
A former art student, Tim has played an artist in at least 3 roles: Vincent Van Gogh in Vincent & Theo, Jack in "Tales from the Crypt" (episode "Easel Kill Ya") and Joey, an ex-con with a gift for drawing in No Way Home.
Was considered for the role of Severus Snape in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001), but dropped out to star in Tim Burton's re-make of Planet of the Apes (1968). The role was then given to Alan Rickman.
Was considered as a replacement for Anthony Hopkins, when Hopkins was reluctant to return to play Hannibal Lector in Hannibal (2001). However, in the end, Hopkins accepted the role.