Tim Roth Net Worth – 2022

Tim Roth

Net Worth $8 Million
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Profession Actor, Television producer, Film director
Gender Male
Date of Birth May 14, 1961 (61 years old)
Nationality United Kingdom

Tim Roth Net Worth:

$8 Million

How Much Is Tim Roth Net Worth?

British actor, director, and producer Tim Roth has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Roth portrayed Dr. Cal Lightman on the Fox series “Lie to Me” from 2009 to 2011, Jim Worth in the British crime thriller “Tin Star” from 2017 to 2020, and Emil Blonsky/Abomination in the Marvel Cinematic Universe from 2008. Tim was paid $275,000 every episode of “Lie to Me.”

Roth directed the 1999 drama “The War Zone” and has been in over 100 films and television programs, including as “Pulp Fiction” (1994), “Rob Roy” (1995), “Planet of the Apes” (2001), and “The Hateful Eight” (2015). (2017). Tim acted as a producer on the films “Lie to Me” and “The Liability” (2012), “600 Miles” (2015), “Chronic” (2015), “April’s Daughter” (2017), and “Hilda” (2019).

Early Years

Tim Roth was born Timothy Simon Roth in Dulwich, London, England, on May 14, 1961. Ann, his mother, was a teacher and a painter, while Ernie, his father, was a journalist and a painter. In the 1940s, Ernie changed his surname from Smith to Roth (a German/Jewish surname) as “an gesture of anti-Nazi solidarity.” Tim attended Lambeth School before transferring to Croydon Technical School because he was the focus of bullying. Roth attended Tulse Hill’s Strand School and the Camberwell College of Arts in London, where he studied sculpting.

Career

Tim made his acting debut in the 1982 television film “Made in Britain,” and he participated in the 1984 films “The Hit” and “Return to Waterloo.” In the 1986 miniseries “King of the Ghetto,” he portrayed Matthew Long. In 1990, he portrayed Vincent van Gogh in “Vincent & Theo” and Hamlet’s buddy Guildenstern in “Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead.” Roth was a guest star on “Tales from the Crypt” in 1991, and he portrayed serial murderer Charles Starkweather in “Murder in the Heartland” in 1993. The first time he collaborated with Quentin Tarantino was in 1992’s “Reservoir Dogs”; other collaborations include 1994’s “Pulp Fiction,” 1995’s “Four Rooms,” 2015’s “The Hateful Eight,” and 2019’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (his scenes were cut from this film). Tim was nominated for an Academy Award for his role as Archibald Cunningham in the 1995 historical drama “Roy Roy.” He subsequently starred in “No Way Home” (1996), “Everyone Says I Love You” (1996), “Gridlock’d” (1997), “Hoodlum” (1997), “Deceiver” (1997), and “Legend of 1900” (1998). (1998). He received multiple accolades and nominations for directing the 1999 film “The War Zone,” and he portrayed General Thade in the $362,2 million-grossing 2001 picture “Planet of the Apes.”

Roth featured in “To Kill a King” (2003), “Battle of the Brave” (2004), “The Beautiful Country” (2004), “Don’t Come Knocking” (2005), “Dark Water” (2005), and “Funny Games” (2008) before portraying Emil Blonsky / Abomination in “The Incredible Hulk” (2008), a $264,8 million blockbuster. In December 2020, it was announced that he would reprise the role on the Disney+ series “She-Hulk.” He had an uncredited voice cameo as the character in 2021’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” and in 2021, he had an uncredited voice cameo as the character in “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” Tim portrayed Dr. Cal Lightman on “Lie to Me,” which aired 48 episodes over three seasons and garnered him a People’s Choice Award, from 2009 to 2011. He featured in the Discovery Channel miniseries “Klondike” and participated in the films “Broken” (2012), “The Liability” (2013), “Hardcore Henry” (2015), and “Mr. Right” (2015). In 2014, he portrayed Prince Rainier of Monaco in “Grace of Monaco” and George Wallace in “Selma.” Tim portrayed Gary ‘Hutch’ Hutchens in five episodes of the 2017 revival of “Twin Peaks” and began appearing as Jim Worth on the Sky Atlantic series “Tin Star” in the same year. Roth has appeared in “The Con Is On” (2018), “The Padre” (2018), “Luce” (2019), “The Song of Names” (2019), “Bergman Island” (2021), and “The Misfits” in recent years (2021).

Personal Life

Tim has a 1984-born son named Jack with actress Lori Baker. He wed Nikki Butler on January 25, 1993, and the couple has two sons: Timothy (born in 1995) and Michael (born 1996). In 2016, Roth disclosed that his grandpa had mistreated both him and his father. Tim stated “The Guardian, “He was mistreated. And I was mistreated. But he did not mistreat me. I was mistreated by his abuser… That was his father who said it. He was a f*cking pervert. However, none spoke the language. Nobody knew what to do.”

Honors and Candidatures

“Rob Roy” earned Roth nominations for the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role and the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture in 1996. In addition, the picture got him nominations from the 20/20 Awards and the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films. Tim won awards at the Berlin International Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, European Film Awards, Festróia – Tróia International Film Festival, and Valladolid International Film Festival for “The War Zone,” in addition to Best Director and Best First Feature at the 1999 Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival. In 2011, he won the People’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Crime Fighter for “Lie to Me,” and in 2012, he won the Stockholm Film Festival’s Best Actor award for “Broken.” Roth was honored with a Piper-Heidsieck Award at the 1995 San Francisco International Film Festival, a Francois Truffaut Award at the 2008 Giffoni Film Festival, and an Honorary Heart of Sarajevo at the 2019 Sarajevo Film Festival. In 1985, Roth won the Evening Standard British Film Award for Most Promising Newcomer.

Tim earned an award for Best Actor for “The Hit” at the 1984 Mystfest, and he shared the 2014 Black Film Critics Circle Award for Best Ensemble with the ensemble of “Selma.” The ensemble of “The Hateful Eight” received the Hollywood Film Award for Ensemble of the Year in 2015 and the CinEuphoria Award for Best Ensemble – International Competition in 2017, but the cast of “Pulp Fiction” won the Awards Circuit Community Award for Best Cast Ensemble in 1994. Roth has also been nominated for British Independent Film Awards (“The War Zone” and “Broken”), Cannes Film Festival (“The War Zone”), Empire Awards (“Planet of the Apes”), Film Independent Spirit Awards (“Little Odessa,” “The War Zone,” and “Chronic”), Monte-Carlo TV Festival (“Tsunami: The Aftermath”), Monte-Carlo TV Festival (“Tsunami: The Aftermath”), and MTV Movie Awards (“Planet of the Apes”).

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