English actor and film director Tim Roth made his acting debut with the 1982 British television play ‘Made in Britain’. British film ‘The Hit’ (1984) garnered him critical acclaim. He rose to international prominence with films like ‘Reservoir Dogs’ (1992), ‘Four Rooms’ (1995) and ‘The Hateful Eight’ (2015) by Quentin Tarantino. He won BAFTA Award and fetched an Oscar nomination for his performance as Archibald Cunningham in the film ‘Rob Roy’ (1995). He starred in several other notable films like ‘Deceiver’ (1997) and ‘The Incredible Hulk’ (2008); and TV series like ‘Lie to Me’ (2009–2011) and ‘Tin Star’ (2017). He ventured into direction with the film ‘The War Zone’ (1999).
His expansive oeuvre in showbiz spanning of over three decades includes some of his best roles in critically acclaimed and award-winning films that shot his career to new heights. He has also thrived as film director with ‘The War Zone’ garnering him critical acclaim apart from several awards and nominations. However some of his films were also panned by critics.
Filmography of Tim Roth includes top-grossing films like ‘Pulp Fiction’ (1994) and ‘The Incredible Hulk’; TV series ‘Lie to Me’ that won him People's Choice Award; as also box-office bombs like ‘Möbius’ (2013).