Tim Roth is a British actor and director, born in Delwich, London, 1961. He studied at the Camberwell School of Art where he wanted to be a sculptor. Tim Roth started his career at the age of 21 with the TV movie "Made in Britain" in 1983, during which he worked with a group of Prominent British directors, including Mike Lee, Stephen Frears, Peter Greenway and Tom Stoppard. His fame in American cinema began to increase when he starred as one of the main characters in Reservoir Dogs with director Quentin Tarantino, who worked with him again in Pulp Fiction. Since then, Tim Roth has worked in many important Hollywood films, including "Rob Roy"( for which he was Nominated for the Academy Award), "Everyone Says I Love You" with director Woody Now, "Planet of the Apes" with director Tim Burton. Tim Roth had a unique experience in directing through The War Zone, which earned him a lot of critical acclaim.