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After being discovered in British indie films such as Made In Britain, The Hit and Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead, Tim Roth gained worldwide recognition for his roles in two Quentin Tarantino films: Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction. His other credits include Vincent and Theo in which he portrayed Vincent Van Gogh, The Incredible Hulk, Francis Ford Coppola’s Youth Without Youth, Funny Games, Tim Burton’s Planet Of The Apes, Dark Water, Lucky Numbers, Four Rooms, Little Odessa, Gridlock’d, Woody Allen’s Everyone Says I Love You and Arbitrage. He made his studio feature debut in Rob Roy, a role that has been touted as one of the best villains in screen history, earning him both Golden Globe and Academy Award Nominations. Roth starred for 3 seasons in Brian Grazer’s Fox drama, Lie To Me, as a cutting-edge researcher who pioneered the field of deception detection. He made his directorial debut with the critically acclaimed film The War Zone which premiered at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews and also at the Cannes and Toronto Film Festivals. Roth made his return to the stage in Sam Shepard’s off Broadway production of The God Of Hell, for the first time since early in his career in London where he received great notices in Kafka’s The Metamorphosis. Roth most recently starred in Broken, for which he earned a British Independent Film Award nomination for Best Actor. The film also won Best British Independent Film of the year. Roth will next co-star in Klondike, Discovery Channel’s first scripted mini-series from Executive Producer Ridley Scott and in the Grace Kelly biopic Grace Of Monaco, opposite Nicole Kidman.