Tim studied drama at Manchester University and, after leaving James to concentrate on other projects, he re-trained. He has worked with an array of acting teachers; most notably Kate Marravan in London; Warner Loughlin and Gene Bua in Los Angeles whom he continues to work with.
Tim’s film roles include playing the villain Victor Zsasz in Christopher Nolan’s 2005 film “Batman Begins” and Tim is remembered most notably for playing Judas in the BBC’s award winning “Manchester Passion”. He has recently played debt collection agency boss Gabriel De Souza in Simon Powell’s first feature film Poor Wee Me, more info on screenings in the UK can be found at www.poorweeme.com.
Tim also won the Manchester Evening News award for Best Newcomer to the Stage for his part as Len in Edward Bond’s “Saved” at the Bolton Octagon.
He also provided the in-vision narration for “Riot”; an ITV documentary about the headline grabbing disturbances at Strangeways Prison in Manchester. This programme went on to win the Best Current Affairs Programme accolade from the Royal Television Society.
Tim has taught Meisner acting classes at the Actors Centre in London and creativity classes and 5 Rhythms workshops in Europe and the USA.