Played Winston Absolute in "The Oven Glove Murders", a new play by Nick Darke
- Bush Theatre, London (1986).
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[on Planet of the Apes
(2001)] They gave me a script after I said yes. It took me about 10 seconds. I answered the phone and was like, "Tim Burton
? Yes." Then they gave me script and I read it. I didn't think the character was going to have any balls in the end. So I talked to Tim and asked him, "Can I do this kind of stuff?" I would get the pages in the morning and just learn them then. Then I ...
His father was born in Brooklyn, New York City, to a British immigrant family of Irish ancestry. His mother was English. Tim's father changed the family name from the British/American sounding "Smith" to "Roth" after World War II, because he was a journalist who traveled in countries that disliked the British and Americans.
Often plays characters who are twisted.