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British film star TIM ROTH (Detective Bryer) has made a career out of portraying unforgettable characters in one independent film after another. He made his studio feature debut in MGM's Rob Roy opposite Liam Neeson and Jessica Lange, in a role that has been touted as one of the best villains in screen history, earning him a Golden Globe Nomination and an Academy Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actor.

Roth was the star of Brian Grazer's 1-hour drama series, Lie to Me for Fox Television.

He also co-starred in The Incredible Hulk, with Ed Norton and had the starring role in Francis Ford Coppola's Youth Without Youth. Roth gained worldwide recognition for his roles in two Quentin Tarantino films: Reservoir Dogs and the Golden Globe and Academy Award winning Pulp Fiction.

Roth's debut in front of the camera was the lead in the controversial and British Prix Italia Award-winning telefilm, Made in Britain, followed immediately with Michael Leigh's critically acclaimed film, Meantime. As his success continued, Roth starred in over fifteen film and television projects including; Stephen Frears' The Hit, The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and Robert Altman's Vincent and Theo in which he portrayed Vincent Van Gogh.

In 2005, Roth made a return to the stage in Sam Shepard's off-Broadway production of The God of Hell. It was the first time he had appeared on stage since he received great notices in Kafka's masterpiece The Metamorphosis, in London. He made his directorial debut with the stunning, critically acclaimed film The War Zone, starring Ray Winstone that premiered at the 1999 Sundance, Cannes and Toronto Film Festivals.

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