Articles Tagged 'Tim Roth'


‘Selma’: A Very American Story Told Through British Actors

Martin Luther King Jr.’s non-violent struggle to secure voting rights is a defining moment in American history, yet in the new film Selma it is told through a cast where the key roles are all played by British actors. King is being portrayed to great acclaim by David Oyelowo, who was raised in the U.K. […]

Cannes: Tim Roth Shows Softer Side in Father-Daughter Drama

At the Cannes Film Festival, Tim Roth, best known for his bad guy roles, can be seen playing against type as a tender-hearted father in the British film Broken. The film resonated in very personal terms for Roth, who was moved by the experience of working on a picture which depicted an incredibly close and […]

The Tellyvangelist: October 4 – 10

In today’s Tellyvangelist – your weekly guide to what’s British on American TV – we preview the return of Tim Roth‘s Lie To Me, Tony Blair on Letterman, Sir Patrick Stewart on The View, a night of cult UK horror films, and a British housewife from D.C. with a laser-sharp tongue. What will you be […]