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List of Tim Roth Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Pulp Fiction (1994)
43
5
Pulp Fiction
R
43
5

This independent neo-noir crime film is widely considered the most influential American movie of the 1990s.  Peppered with pitch-black humor and strong violence, Pulp Fiction follows four interrelated stories—involving a boxer, a gangster and his wife—told out of chronological order.

Role:
Pumpkin
Directed By:
2. Reservoir Dogs (1992)
44
4
Reservoir Dogs
TV-MA
44
4

This Quentin Tarantino's neo-noir crime thriller is considered a classic independent and cult film. It has a group of eight men who are a part of a jewellery heist; however, when things go awry and police show up, they begin to suspect the presence of an informant amongst them. The movie alternates between events before and after the robbery.

Role:
Mr. Orange - Freddy Newandyke
Starring:
Directed By:
3. The Hateful Eight (2015)
33
6
The Hateful Eight
R
33
6

The Quentin Tarantino directed Western thriller revolves around the bounty hunters Major Marquis Warren and John ‘The Hangman’ Ruth. They form an alliance to protect each other’s bounties. Things get brutally violent after they take refuge at Minnie's Haberdashery and attempts are made to rescue the fugitive Daisy, Warren’s bounty. 

Role:
Oswaldo Mobray
Directed By:
4. La leggenda del pianista sull'oceano (1998)
22
2
La leggenda del pianista sull'oceano
R
22
2
Role:
Danny Boodmann T.D. Lemon Nineteen Hundred '1900'
Starring:
Clarence Williams III, Bill Nunn, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Mélanie Thierry
Directed By:
Giuseppe Tornatore
5. Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (1990)
23
3
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
PG
23
3

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, two minor characters from the famous play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, are traveling on horseback, as the events of the play unfold around them. They pay a visit to their old friend Hamlet, after which they engage in a philosophical debate about free will versus predestination. At the same time, they are unaware of their scripted lives and unable to deviate as well.  

Role:
Guildenstern
Starring:
Richard Dreyfuss, Gary Oldman, Livio Badurina, Tomislav Maretic
Directed By:
Tom Stoppard
6. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989)
21
4
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover
NC-17
21
4

Brutal mobster and the owner of restaurant Le Hollandais, Albert Spica is abusive towards his wife, Georgina, the Chef, and his gangsters with whom he dines every night at the restaurant. Tired of his behavior, Georgina, supported by Chef, carries an affair with mild-mannered bookseller Michael who regularly dines at Le Hollandais. When Albert learns about it, he unleashes his cruelty on Michael. 

Role:
Mitchel
Starring:
Helen Mirren, Alex Kingston, Michael Gambon, Alan Howard, Richard Bohringer
Directed By:
Peter Greenaway
7. The Hit (1984)
18
3
The Hit
R
18
3
Starring:
John Hurt, Terence Stamp, Ralph Brown, Freddie Stuart
Directed By:
8. Selma (2014)
18
2
Selma
PG-13
18
2

In 1965, the African-American citizens of Alabama found it difficult to register to vote, though the Constitution allotted them same rights as the whites. When Martin Luther King Jr.’s meeting with President Lyndon Johnson did not bear fruit, King, accompanied by many African-American activists, led a march from Selma to Montgomery amidst intense opposition; finally achieving Voting Rights Acts of 1965.

Starring:
Cuba Gooding Jr., David Oyelowo, Giovanni Ribisi, Martin Sheen, Carmen Ejogo, Jim France, Trinity Simone
Directed By:
Ava DuVernay
9. Rob Roy (1995)
30
5
Rob Roy
R
30
5

This biographical adventure drama film, tells the story of Rob Roy, who tries to transform his small town a much better place, by borrowing money to buy and herd cattle. However, the money gets stolen, and this forces him to become an outlaw. 

Role:
Cunningham
Starring:
Directed By:
Michael Caton-Jones
Awards:
BAFTA Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
10. Broken (2012)
16
2
Broken
16
2

Emily Cunningham lives with her father, her brother and their helper. She is friends with Rick, her neighbor. She receives a terrible shock when her friend Rick is beaten up by Mr Oswald, when one of his daughters accuses Rick of rape. Soon it is proven that she lied, and Rick is released. However, this event starts to affect Emily’s life, and it starts going downhill.   

Role:
Archie
Starring:
Cillian Murphy, Lily James, Charlie Booty, Eloise Laurence
Directed By:
Rufus Norris
11. The War Zone (1999)
14
2
The War Zone
R
14
2

Tom is a fifteen year old boy who is quite saddened because his family has moved from London to a rural house in Devon. Meanwhile, his mother delivers her third child. Shortly after, Tom is shocked when he sees his sister Jessie and his father naked in the bathtub together. Although Jessie acts as if nothing has happened, Tom feels that they might be having an incestuous relationship.

Starring:
Tilda Swinton, Colin Farrell, Annabelle Apsion, Kate Ashfield, Lara Belmont, Freddie Cunliffe
Directed By:
Tim Roth
12. The Beautiful Country (2004)
12
3
The Beautiful Country
R
12
3
Role:
Captain Oh
Starring:
Nick Nolte, Bai Ling, Damien Nguyen, Thi Hoa Mai
Directed By:
Hans Petter Moland
13. Return to Waterloo (1984)
10
4
Return to Waterloo
PG-13
10
4
Role:
Boy Punk
Starring:
Kenneth Colley, Claire Parker, Ray Davies, Sue Vanner
Directed By:
Ray Davies
14. Vincent & Theo (1990)
16
2
Vincent & Theo
PG-13
16
2
Role:
Vincent Van Gogh
Starring:
Paul Rhys, Adrian Brine, Jean-François Perrier, Yves Dangerfield
Directed By:
15. Gridlock'd (1997)
16
4
Gridlock'd
R
16
4

When their close friend passes away due to a drug overdose, two friends start to realize the importance of life, and they try to get rid of their addiction.

Role:
Alexander 'Stretch' Rawland
Starring:
Thandie Newton, Lucy Liu, Howard Hesseman, Tupac Shakur
Directed By:
Vondie Curtis-Hall
16. A World Apart (1988)
10
2
A World Apart
PG
10
2
Starring:
Jodhi May, Jeroen Krabbé, Barbara Hershey, Kate Fitzpatrick
Directed By:
Chris Menges
17. The Incredible Hulk (2008)
18
4
The Incredible Hulk
PG-13
18
4

A superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character the Hulk, The Incredible Hulk follows the story of a man who unwittingly becomes the “Hulk” following a botched-up military program. Though praised for its visuals and action sequences, the film failed to impress at the box office. 

Role:
Emil Blonsky
Starring:
Robert Downey Jr., Lou Ferrigno, Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Michael K. Williams, William Hurt, Tim Blake Nelson
Directed By:
18. Four Rooms (1995)
19
3
Four Rooms
R
19
3

This black comedy anthology has four stories connected by Ted, the lone man on the front desk of the once famous Hollywood hotel, Mon Signor. On the New Year's Eve — the first night of his duty — his job gets exceedingly challenging as he has to assist a coven of witches, deal with a domestic fight with a gun wielding husband, baby sit two mischievous gangster children and judge a drunken bet.

Starring:
Jennifer Beals, Kathy Griffin, Salma Hayek, Antonio Banderas, Marisa Tomei, Tamlyn Tomita, Valeria Golino
Directed By:
19. Luce (2018)
11
2
Luce
R
11
2
Role:
Peter Edgar
Starring:
Naomi Watts, Norbert Leo Butz, Octavia Spencer, Andrea Bang
Directed By:
Julius Onah
20. Little Odessa (1994)
13
3
Little Odessa
R
13
3

Joshua is a hitman working for the Russian-Jewish mafia in Brooklyn, who has been away from his family for a long time. Due to an assignment, he is forced to revisit his hometown. As she stands outside his family’s apartment, he is spotted by Sasha, an old friend, who informs his brother Rueben about his visit.  

Role:
Joshua Shapira
Starring:
Vanessa Redgrave, Maximilian Schell, Moira Kelly, Paul Guilfoyle, Edward Furlong
Directed By:
James Gray
21. Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
11
2
Everyone Says I Love You
R
11
2

While her stepsister gets engaged, a New York girl decides to set up her father with a beautiful woman who is going through a troubled marriage.  . 

Starring:
Woody Allen, Julia Roberts, Natasha Lyonne, Goldie Hawn, Alan Alda, Billy Crudup, Natalie Portman
Directed By:
22. Bergman Island (2021)
12
2
Bergman Island
R
12
2

Bergman Island is a drama film which tells the story of Chris and Tony Sanders, a filmmaking couple, who travel to an island to write screenplays for their upcoming films. Over time, they are captivated by the beauty of the island, and soon the lines between reality and fiction start to blur, which begin to tear the couples apart.

Role:
Tony
Starring:
Mia Wasikowska, Greta Gerwig
23. No Way Home (1996)
13
4
No Way Home
R
13
4
Role:
Joey
Starring:
Deborah Kara Unger, James Russo, Catherine Kellner, Joseph Ragno
Directed By:
Buddy Giovinazzo
24. Chronic (2015)
14
2
Chronic
R
14
2
Role:
David
Starring:
Maribeth Monroe, Elizabeth Tulloch, David Dastmalchian, Claire van der Boom
Directed By:
Michel Franco
25. Funny Games (2007)
14
2
Funny Games
R
14
2

Funny Games is a psychological thriller film which tells the story of a middle class family who encounter two men on a vacation. Their lives take a turn when they are taken hostages by the two men, in their own cabin.

Role:
George
Starring:
Naomi Watts, Michael Pitt, Brady Corbet, Devon Gearhart
Directed By:
Michael Haneke
26. Arbitrage (2012)
12
2
Arbitrage
R
12
2

Robert Miller, a business magnate, faces one crisis after another. In order to protect his family and business empire from falling, he turns to an unlikely person for help. 

Role:
Det. Michael Bryer
Starring:
Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Alyssa Sutherland, Brit Marling, Laetitia Casta
Directed By:
Nicholas Jarecki
27. Don't Come Knocking (2005)
9
3
Don't Come Knocking
R
9
3

Howard Spence is an aging cowboy who decides to desert the film he is working on, and instead try to reconnect with his mother, whom he has not met for three decades. He falls into a great depression and nearly becomes suicidal upon learning about his child he never knew about. However, this gives him a reason to keep living.

Starring:
Sam Shepard, Eva Marie Saint, Marley Shelton, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Jessica Lange, James Roday, George Kennedy
Directed By:
28. Captives (1994)
15
2
Captives
R
15
2
Role:
Philip Chaney
Starring:
Peter Capaldi, Julia Ormond, Keith Allen, Siobhan Redmond
Directed By:
Angela Pope
29. Hardcore Henry (2015)
9
3
Hardcore Henry
R
9
3

An amnesiac man wakes up in a laboratory to be informed by his supposed scientist-wife named Estelle that he has been revived after an accident and his damaged limbs have been replaced by cybernetic prosthetics. But Estelle is soon kidnapped by the mercenary Akan. Henry goes on a bloody rampage to rescue his wife. 

Role:
Henry's Father
Starring:
Sharlto Copley, Haley Bennett, Danila Kozlovsky, Andrei Dementiev
Directed By:
Ilya Naishuller
30. Vatel (2000)
10
2
Vatel
PG-13
10
2

War is going on against Holland, and the penniless Prince de Conde invites King Louis XIV to his country for three days for a feast. The prince decides to put Vatel, a man of honor, in charge of the proceedings. However, things get complicated when Vatel finds himself drawn to the king’s new mistress. He finds himself torn between love and duty.

Role:
Marquis de Lauzun
Starring:
Uma Thurman, Gérard Depardieu, Julian Glover, Julian Sands
Directed By:
Roland Joffé
31. Deceiver (1997)
8
3
Deceiver
R
8
3
Role:
Wayland
Starring:
Renee Zellweger, Renée Zellweger, Michael Rooker, Ellen Burstyn, Chris Penn
Directed By:
Jonas Pate, Josh Pate
32. Sundown (2021)
11
2
Sundown
R
11
2
Role:
Neil Bennett
Starring:
Charlotte Gainsbourg
33. Mr. Right (2015)
13
2
Mr. Right
R
13
2

A young woman Martha falls for a guy named Francis, whom she believes is the perfect guy for her. However, as their relationship develops, it turns out that Francis is actually a hitman on the run from the crime cartels he worked for. 

Role:
Hopper / Reynolds
Starring:
Anna Kendrick, Sam Rockwell, James Ransone, Anson Mount
Directed By:
Paco Cabezas
34. Invincible (2001)
8
2
Invincible
PG-13
8
2
Role:
Herschel Steinschneider / Erik Jan Hanussen
Starring:
Udo Kier, Werner Herzog, Jouko Ahola, Anna Gourari, Max Raabe
Directed By:
35. Hoodlum (1997)
12
2
Hoodlum
R
12
2

This crime drama film takes us to the 1930s and revolves around two gangs who fight for control over various illegal businesses in Harlem. One is headed by Bumpy Johnson, an African American gangster, while the other one is run by Dutch Schultz, a Caucasian criminal.  

Role:
Dutch Schultz
Starring:
Laurence Fishburne, Cicely Tyson, Vanessa Lynn Williams, Queen Latifah, Vanessa Williams
Directed By:
Bill Duke
36. 1 Mile to You (2017)
9
2
1 Mile to You
9
2
Role:
Jarhead
Starring:
Melanie Lynskey, Billy Crudup, Liana Liberato, Graham Rogers
Directed By:
Leif Tilden
37. Youth Without Youth (2007)
11
2
Youth Without Youth
R
11
2

Dominic is an old professor of linguistics who is thinking of suicide. His life takes a turn when he is transformed into his younger self after being struck by lightning. With the Nazis hot on his pursuit, he travels the world attempting to understand the mysteries of life and love.  

Role:
Dominic Matei
Starring:
Bruno Ganz, Matt Damon, Anamaria Marinca, Alexandra Maria Lara, André Hennicke, Marcel Iures
Directed By:
38. To Kill a King (2003)
10
2
To Kill a King
10
2
Role:
Oliver Cromwell
Starring:
Olivia Williams, Corin Redgrave, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dougray Scott, James Bolam
Directed By:
Mike Barker
39. To Kill a Priest (1988)
8
2
To Kill a Priest
R
8
2
Role:
Feliks
Starring:
Joss Ackland, Timothy Spall, Ed Harris, Christopher Lambert
Directed By:
Agnieszka Holland
40. Möbius (2013)
9
2
Möbius
R
9
2
Role:
Ivan Rostovsky
Starring:
Jean Dujardin, Cécile De France, John Lynch, Émilie Dequenne
Directed By:
Eric Rochant
41. Silver City (2004)
8
2
Silver City
R
8
2
Starring:
Billy Zane, Miguel Ferrer, Chris Cooper, Daryl Hannah, Kris Kristofferson, Maria Bello, Danny Huston
Directed By:
John Sayles
42. Emmett's Mark (2002)
8
2
Emmett's Mark
R
8
2
Starring:
Katrina Law, Gabriel Byrne, Elizabeth Reaser, Khandi Alexander, Scott Wolf, Adam LeFevre
Directed By:
Keith Snyder
43. Resurrection (2022)
10
2
Resurrection
10
2
Role:
David
44. Planet of the Apes (2001)
13
1
Planet of the Apes
PG-13
13
1

While searching for his co-worker chimpanzee, astronaut Leo Davidson accidentally travels through vast space and time to reach a planet ruled by talking apes that treat primitive humans as slaves. Supported by the sympathetic chimpanzee Ari, he rallies a small group of human rebels against the ape army of human-hating General Thade and his associate Colonel Attar.

Role:
Thade
Starring:
Mark Wahlberg, Charlton Heston, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Clarke Duncan, Paul Giamatti, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Deep Roy
Directed By:
45. Even Money (2006)
8
1
Even Money
R
8
1
Starring:
Kelsey Grammer, Carla Gugino, Danny DeVito, Kim Basinger, Forest Whitaker, Ray Liotta
Directed By:
Mark Rydell
46. The Million Dollar Hotel (2000)
8
1
The Million Dollar Hotel
R
8
1

The Million Dollar Hotel is a mystery drama film which revolves around an FBI agent who investigates the death of a billionaire’s son after he is found dead in an old hotel.

Starring:
Milla Jovovich, Donal Logue, Amanda Plummer, Peter Stormare, Jimmy Smits, Gloria Stuart, Mel Gibson
Directed By:
47. The Liability (2012)
8
2
The Liability
R
8
2

Adam is a 19 year old boy, who decides to drive for his mother’s boyfriend, who is a gangster, for a day. However, he soon finds himself in a nightmarish world of sex trafficking, murder and revenge.

Role:
Roy
Starring:
Talulah Riley, Jack O'Connell, Peter Mullan, Kierston Wareing
Directed By:
Craig Viveiros
48. Grace of Monaco (2014)
7
1
Grace of Monaco
7
1

Grace of Monaco is a biographical drama film which tells the story of Grace Kelly, who considers returning to Hollywood and resuming her career after receiving an offer from Alfred Hitchcock. However, a political dispute between Monaco and France makes things quite difficult for her.

Role:
Prince Rainier
Starring:
Milo Ventimiglia, Nicole Kidman, Frank Langella, Parker Posey, Derek Jacobi, Paz Vega
Directed By:
Olivier Dahan
49. Bodies, Rest & Motion (1993)
10
1
Bodies, Rest & Motion
R
10
1
Role:
Nick
Starring:
Peter Fonda, Eric Stoltz, Bridget Fonda, Phoebe Cates
Directed By:
Michael Steinberg
50. Dark Water (2005)
9
2
Dark Water
PG-13
9
2

Dark Water is a 2005 horror-thriller film which is a remake of the Japanese film of the same name. It tells the story of a mother, who after a bitter custody dispute, try to start life afresh with her daughter. However, she starts experiencing haunting visions and eerie noises, and seeks whether these sounds are real or in her head. 

Role:
Jeff Platzer
Starring:
Jennifer Connelly, Dougray Scott, John C. Reilly, Pete Postlethwaite
Directed By:
Walter Salles
51. 600 Millas (2015)
7
1
600 Millas
R
7
1
Role:
Hank Harris
Starring:
Kristyan Ferrer, Alan Carlson, Mónica Del Carmen, Jim Hayes
Directed By:
Gabriel Ripstein
52. Nouvelle-France (2004)
7
1
Nouvelle-France
PG-13
7
1
Starring:
Gérard Depardieu, Noémie Godin-Vigneau, Sébastien Huberdeau, David La Haye
Directed By:
Jean Beaudin
53. October Gale (2014)
7
1
October Gale
7
1
Role:
Tom
Starring:
Patricia Clarkson, Callum Keith Rennie, Scott Speedman, Aidan Devine
Directed By:
Ruba Nadda
54. Lucky Numbers (2000)
10
1
Lucky Numbers
R
10
1

Lucky Numbers is a black comedy film which tells the story of Russ, who decides to scam the local lottery, after his business start to fail and he goes bankrupt.

Role:
Gig
Starring:
Lisa Kudrow, Michael Moore, Bill Pullman, Katrina Law, John Travolta, Ed O'Neill, Michael Rapaport
Directed By:
Nora Ephron
55. Pete Smalls Is Dead (2010)
8
1
Pete Smalls Is Dead
8
1
Starring:
Tatyana Ali, Lena Headey, Rosie Perez, Peter Dinklage, Sam Rockwell, Steve Buscemi, Mark Boone Junior
Directed By:
Alexandre Rockwell
56. The Con Is On (2018)
7
1
The Con Is On
R
7
1
Role:
Peter
Starring:
Crispin Glover, Maggie Q, Stephen Fry, Melissa Sue Anderson, Parker Posey, Uma Thurman, Crispin Glover
Directed By:
James Oakley
57. The Musketeer (2001)
10
1
The Musketeer
PG-13
10
1

Based on the 1844 classic novel The Three Musketeers, the film tells the story of a young boy d’Artagnan who witnesses the murder of his parents by Febre, who is the chief henchman of Cardinal Richelieu. He tries to fight Febre, but is nearly killed. Years later, he attempts to join the king’s elite guards, to find Febre, and avenge the murder of his parents.

Role:
Febre the Man in Black
Starring:
Catherine Deneuve, Stephen Rea, Mena Suvari, Justin Chambers
Directed By:
Peter Hyams
58. Virgin Territory (2007)
6
1
Virgin Territory
R
6
1

In the 14th Century, when Italy is affected by the Black Plague, a group of young people seek refuge in the countryside while the city is ravaged by the plague. Meanwhile, to pass the time, they decide to tell each other tales of romance and adventure.

Starring:
Hayden Christensen, Mischa Anne Marsden Barton, David Walliams, Rupert Friend, Silvia Colloca, Ryan Cartwright, Craig Parkinson
Directed By:
David Leland
59. The Misfits (2021)
7
1
The Misfits
R
7
1

Richard Pace is a brilliant international thief, who meets the Misfits, a group of modern-day Robin Hoods. They recruit him for a mission that involves stealing gold bars worth millions hidden underneath a prison. Problem is that it is one of the most secure prisons on earth, owned by Schultz, a corrupt businessman.                                       

Role:
Schultz
Starring:
Pierce Brosnan
60. The Last Sign (2005)
5
1
The Last Sign
PG-13
5
1
Role:
Jeremy Macfarlane
Starring:
Margot Kidder, Andie MacDowell, Mimi Kuzyk, Samuel Le Bihan
Directed By:
Douglas Law
61. United Passions (2014)
3
3
United Passions
3
3
Role:
Sepp Blatter
Starring:
Sam Neill, Thomas Kretschmann, Gérard Depardieu, Fisher Stevens
Directed By:
Frédéric Auburtin
62. Animals with the Tollkeeper (1998)
10
2
Animals with the Tollkeeper
10
2
Role:
Henry
Starring:
Rod Steiger, Mickey Rooney, John Turturro, Mili Avital
Directed By:
Michael Di Jiacomo
63. King Conqueror (2009)
9
3
King Conqueror
9
3
Role:
King Pedro II of Aragon
Starring:
Thomas Kretschmann, Juan Diego Botto, Asier Etxeandia, Kata Dobó
64. Mocking the Cosmos (1996)
8
2
Mocking the Cosmos
8
2
Role:
Myrodemnon / Myron
Starring:
Kelly Rowan, Bruce McGill, Tito Larriva, Linda Donald
Directed By:
Jeff Stanzler
65. Whatever We Do (2003)
9
2
Whatever We Do
9
2
Role:
Joe
Starring:
Zooey Deschanel, Robert Downey Jr., Scott Bloom, Amanda Peet
Directed By:
Kevin Connolly
66. With It (2004)
8
2
With It
8
2
Role:
"Chicken Louis" Farnatelli
Starring:
Richard Schiff, Nicki Micheaux, Josh Clephas, Joshua Clephas
Directed By:
Hunter Carson
67. Twice Upon a Time (1988)
7
1
Twice Upon a Time
7
1
Starring:
Louise Lombard
Directed By:
Nathaniel Gutman
68. Farendj (1990)
7
1
Farendj
7
1
Role:
Anton
Starring:
Benjamin Zephaniah, Marie Matheron, Matthias Habich, Joe Sheridan, Hodan Siad
Directed By:
Sabine Prenczina
69. Jumpin' at the Boneyard (1991)
7
1
Jumpin' at the Boneyard
R
7
1
Role:
Manny
Starring:
Alexis Arquette, Samuel L. Jackson, Danitra Vance, Joey Allen
Directed By:
Jeff Stanzler
70. El marido perfecto (1993)
7
1
El marido perfecto
7
1
Role:
Milan
Starring:
Peter Firth, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Ana Belén, Eliska Balzerová
Directed By:
Beda Docampo Feijóo
71. Backsliding (1992)
6
1
Backsliding
6
1
Role:
Tom Whitton
Starring:
Jim Holt, Odile Le Clezio, Lee Bioloas, John Bonney
Directed By:
Simon Target

TV Movie(s)

1. Made in Britain (1982)
18
5
Made in Britain
18
5
Role:
Trevor
Starring:
Eric Richard, Geoffrey Hutchings, Terry Richards, Bill Stewart
Directed By:
Alan Clarke
2. Meantime (1984)
12
3
Meantime
12
3
Role:
Colin
Starring:
Pam Ferris, Alfred Molina, Gary Oldman, Marion Bailey
Directed By:
Mike Leigh
3. Murder with Mirrors (1985)
9
2
Murder with Mirrors
9
2
Starring:
Bette Davis, Helen Hayes, Sir John Mills, John Mills, Leo McKern, Liane Langland
Directed By:
Dick Lowry
4. Skellig (2009)
10
2
Skellig
PG
10
2
Role:
Skellig
Starring:
Kelly Macdonald, Bill Milner, John Simm, Skye Bennett
Directed By:
Annabel Jankel
5. Heart of Darkness (1993)
9
1
Heart of Darkness
9
1
Role:
Marlow
Starring:
John Malkovich, Ian McDiarmid, James Fox, Isaach De Bankolé, Morten Faldaas
Directed By:
Nicolas Roeg
6. Reg (2016)
12
3
Reg
12
3
Starring:
Tim Bentinck, John Ammirati, Charlie Anson, William Atkinson
Directed By:
David Blair
7. Coppers (1988)
8
2
Coppers
8
2
Role:
Graham
Starring:
Sandra Voe, Marion Bailey, Reece Dinsdale, Tony Rohr
Directed By:
Ted Clisby
8. Late Night Shorts (2004)
8
2
Late Night Shorts
8
2
Role:
Presenter

Animation(s)

Robot Chicken (2001)
Robot Chicken
TV-MA
Starring:
Ginnifer Goodwin, Rumer Willis, Liev Schreiber, AnnaSophia Robb, Lacey Chabert, Amy Smart, Tom Cavanagh
Directed By:
Chris McKay, Zeb Wells, Kevin Shinick, Tom Sheppard, Matthew Senreich

TV Shows and Videos

Lie to Me: In Character with Tim Roth (2009)
Lie to Me: In Character with Tim Roth
TV-14
Twin Peaks (2017)
Twin Peaks
TV-MA
Starring:
Monica Bellucci, Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Cera, David Duchovny, Jim Belushi, Francesca Eastwood, Amanda Seyfried
Directed By:
David Lynch
A Fine Romance (1989)
A Fine Romance
Starring:
Christopher Cazenove, Ernie Sabella, Margaret Whitton, Kevin Moore
Directed By:
Reza Badiyi, Harry Harris, Ray Austin
The Modern World: Ten Great Writers (1988)
The Modern World: Ten Great Writers
Starring:
Ian McDiarmid, Eileen Atkins, Anthony Burgess, Douglas Hodge, Hermione Lee
Directed By:
David Thomas, Nigel Wattis
King of the Ghetto (1986)
King of the Ghetto
Role:
Matthew Long
Starring:
Ian Dury, Zia Mohyeddin, Gwyneth Strong, Ajay Kumar
Directed By:
Roy Battersby
Lie to Me (2009)
Lie to Me
TV-14
Role:
Dr. Cal Lightman
Starring:
Mekhi Phifer, Felicia Day, Patrick J. Adams, Jake Johnson, Danai Gurira, Mahershala Ali, Jonathan Banks
Directed By:
Terrence O'Hara, Daniel Sackheim, James Hayman, Lesli Linka Glatter, Michael Zinberg
Awards:
People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Crime Fighter
Not Necessarily the News (1982)
Not Necessarily the News
Starring:
Matthew Perry, Rodney Dangerfield, Traci Lords, Steve Buscemi, Anne Bloom, Lucy Webb
Directed By:
Hoite C. Caston, John Moffitt, David Grossman, Tom Kramer, Paul Miller
Tales from the Crypt (1989)
Tales from the Crypt
Starring:
Corey Feldman, Teri Garr, Lou Diamond Phillips, Christopher Reeve, Hank Azaria, Martin Kemp, Kevin Dillon
Directed By:
Russell Mulcahy, Elliot Silverstein, Robert Zemeckis, Richard Donner, Tom Holland
Klondike (2014)
Klondike
Starring:
Abbie Cornish, Sam Shepard, Richard Madden, Ian Hart, Marton Csokas
Directed By:
Simon Cellan Jones
Brostitute (2010)
Brostitute
Starring:
John Ross Bowie, Daniel Cirilo, David Cowen, Brian Edwards
Directed By:
Osmany Rodriguez, Matt Villines
Tin Star (2017)
Tin Star
TV-14
Role:
Jim Worth
Starring:
Christina Hendricks, Abigail Lawrie, Genevieve O'Reilly, Oliver Coopersmith
Directed By:
Grant Harvey, Marc Jobst, Gilles Bannier
Rillington Place (2016)
Rillington Place
Role:
Reg Christie
Starring:
Samantha Morton, Nico Mirallegro, Lewis McGowan, Jodie Comer
Directed By:
Craig Viveiros
Tsunami: The Aftermath (2006)
Tsunami: The Aftermath
TV-MA
Starring:
Toni Collette, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Owen Teale, Hugh Bonneville, Gina McKee, Samrit Machielsen
Directed By:
Bharat Nalluri
Theatre Night (1985)
Theatre Night
Starring:
Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Alan Rickman, Emma Thompson, Judi Dench, Harold Pinter, Kenneth Branagh
Directed By:
Michael Darlow, Michael Simpson, Barry Davis, Nicholas Kent, Kenneth Ives
Driving Ambition (1984)
Driving Ambition
Starring:
Gavin Richards, Rosemary Martin, Anne Carroll, Mark Kingston
Directed By:
Michael Simpson
The Incredible Hulk (2008)
The Incredible Hulk
Role:
Emil Blonsky
Starring:
Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, William Hurt, Tim Blake Nelson
Screen Two (1985)
Screen Two
Starring:
Anthony Hopkins, Billy Connolly, Clive Owen, Tommy Lee Jones, Rachel Weisz, Alan Cumming, Jerry Stiller
Directed By:
Tristram Powell, Christopher Morahan, Udayan Prasad, Michael Whyte, Jim Goddard
Metamorphosis (1987)
Metamorphosis
Role:
Gregor Samsa
Starring:
Steven Berkoff, Saskia Reeves, Gary Olsen, Linda Marlowe
Directed By:
Jim Goddard
Murder in the Heartland (1993)
Murder in the Heartland
Starring:
Randy Quaid, Brian Dennehy, Renee Zellweger, Renée Zellweger, Bob Gunton, Roberts Blossom
Directed By:
Robert Markowitz
Summer Season (1985)
Summer Season
Starring:
Gary Oldman, Alan Rickman, Ian McDiarmid, Tim Wylton, Marion Bailey, Charles Dale
Directed By:
Nicholas Renton, Kenneth Ives, Tom Kinninmont, Mike Vardy
Sea Wolf (2009)
Sea Wolf
Role:
Death Larsen
Starring:
Sebastian Koch, Neve Campbell, Stephen Campbell Moore, Andrew Jackson
Directed By:
Mike Barker
The Play on One (1988)
The Play on One
Starring:
Colin Firth, Miriam Margolyes, David Tennant, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Phyllis Logan, Anthony Hopkins, Harvey Keitel
Directed By:
David Attwood, Sandy Johnson, Roy Battersby

Tim Roth Awards

People's Choice Awards
Lie to Me Favorite TV Crime Fighter 2011
BAFTA Awards
Rob Roy Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role 1996