|Tim Roth: Redefining Sexy since 1982|
Tim Roth was born on May 14th, 1961 in London, England. He was born in the Dulwich area of London. Classy! So as of today, Timmy is 50 years old. AWESOME! (As you may have gathered from previous entries, I really do not have a problem with age. As a matter of fact, men have a tendency to get increasingly more appealing with age [in my humble opinion]. Until of course they reach a certain point- otherwise known as the golden years. Even I think that's too old).
Roth, darling, since you are so incredibly amazing, I will make sure to do some form of partying tonight in your honor.
|WE'RE HERE FOR TIM!|
Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday to you!
You look like a monkey! And you smell like one too!
|Really wasn't diggin' your character in Planet of the Apes.|
Time for a Brief filmography! Here we go, Kids. Let's talk about El Capitain's absolute favorite movie. Reservoir Dogs (1992) was directed by mastermind Quentin Tarantino.
|Good Heavens I think he's so hot. Even while bleeding to death.|
This movie is simply the best spent 99 minutes of my life. Not even kidding. Starring Harvey Keitel, Michael Madsen, and Steve Buscemi.Though Roth had appeared in a number of films and television shows before 92', this film was what really got him noticed. Seriously. This British hottie did a phenomenal American Accent. Good Lord he was just sweltering. And that's pretty impressive, considering the fact he was bleeding to death for the majority of the film. This movie is easily my favorite Tim Roth performance, hands down. But he has managed to grab my attention in a number of other films aswell. I personally loved him in:
Rob Roy (1995), The Incredible Hulk (2008), Four Rooms (1995), and Pulp Fiction (1994).
But the list doesn't end there, folks! He's been in Planet of The Apes (2001), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1990), And Funny Games (2007), just to name a few.
|Tim Roth and Jeremy Davis in The Million Dollar Hotel.|
In case you were wondering, Tim Roth also stars in the popular TV Show Lie to Me. When I heard he was starring in his own television show, I got pretty excited.
|OH MAH GOODNESS TIM ROTH ON WEEKNIGHTS!|
Pretty much the Best idea ever.
Now, a lot of people don't find Tim Roth to be an attractive fellow. He has a large nose that looks like it's a bit swollen, heavily hooded eyes, and he's only 5'7.But it's those things that I find make him HOT (and of course that accent). I personally love his smile.
When I see him on screen, or stumble upon one of his photos, my heart goes pitter-pat and I get butterflies. That's right kids. I get butterflies. Deep inside.
|I have a crush.|
Here's a fun little tidbit of info for you fans out there: before Roth got into acting, he actually wanted to be a sculptor. He studied at the Camberwell College of Art.
|This isn't working out.|
When he finally realized his true calling, he did a few plays before he got his role as a Skin Head in Made in Britain (1982). I'd like to mention that Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead looks like a very good movie. I haven't seen it, and I haven't seen it available any where. But from the clips I've seen, Tim and fellow co-star Gary Oldman seem to have some awesome chemistry.
|Hot damn, Shakespeare never looked so fine.|
From my understanding, the two are actually good friends. He said in an interview that he and Gary had a lot of fun filming together.
|Of course this photo had nothing to do with my previous hunch... ;)|
All in all, he seems like an intelligent and friendly fellow. I love the amount of talent he possesses, and I especially appreciate how he takes his job seriously. He doesn't fool around, he's not in the tabloids, and he hasn't been arrested. I am very fond of this actor, and I'm so proud to be able to include him in my blog. So here's to you, Tim. HAPPY BIRTHDAY. I hope you live a long, happy, healthy life. Cheers! :D I love you!
|You're the best.|
El Capitain OUT!