Monday 10 July 2017

Tim Roth

Tim Roth was born in the year 1961 on 14th May in Lambeth, London, England. He as named Timothy Simon Roth. He is a popular English actor and director. He was first seen in the year 1982 television film Made in Britain. Tim Roth was nominated for his first BAFTA Awards for the movie The Hit released in 1984. Later he came to lime light due to his performance in The Cook, The Thief, His wife & Her Lover released in 1989 and many more. Later in his career he earned international recognition for appearing in Quentin Tarantino's films such as Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Four Rooms and the Hateful Eight.

Tim Roth's Religion

Not much is clear about Tim Roth's religion. Englishman Ernie Smith, father of Tim Roth din't like his last name and he wanted to cut all relations with his family. SO Ernie Smith changed his name to Ernie Roth. But it is learned that Tim Roth, son of Ernie is not Jewish.

Tim Roth's Political Views

Tim Roth is a supporter of the Green Party of England and Wales, but his father Ernie, was a member of British Communist Party till 1970s. Tim Roth has given his view on politicians many times and at the time of president election he made comments about Donald Trump.

Who is he dating?

Tim Roth is married to Nikki Butler. They got married in the year 1993 on 25th Jan. Tim Roth and Nikki Butler have two sons, Timothy Hunter who was born in the year 1995 and Michael Cormac who born in the year 1996. Before getting married to Nikki Butler Tim Roth married Lori Baker in the year 1984 and they both had a son named Jack. Jack is also an actor.

Tim Roth's Hobbies

Not much is known about Tim Roth's Hobbies but since he is an actor and a active member of a political party it can be understood he must be interested in acting and reading.

Interesting Facts

Tim Roth has tattoos on his right arm which signify events in his life. Till 2010 Tim Roth had 8 such tattoos. He is one of the first actor/model who got trendy tattoo "thorny tribal" around his arm. He was considered for a role in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's stone but Tim Roth refused the role to star in Tim Burton's remake of Planet of the Apes.