Tim Pigott-Smith

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Date of Birth May 13, 1946
Place of Birth England
Date of Death Apr 7, 2017 (70)
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Tim Pigott-Smith

Timothy Peter Pigott-Smith, was an English film and television actor and author. He was best known for his leading role as Ronald Merrick in the television drama series The Jewel in the Crown, for which he won the British Academy Television Award for Best Actor in 1985. Other noted TV roles included roles in The Chief, Midsomer Murders, The Vice, The Suspicions of Mr Whicher, King Charles III and two Doctor Who stories. Pigott-Smith appeared in many notable films including: Clash of the Titans, Gangs of New York, Johnny English, Alexander, V for Vendetta, Quantum of Solace, Red 2 and Jupiter Ascending.

Born: Timothy Peter Pigott-Smith, May 13, 1946, Rugby, Warwickshire, England
Died: April 7, 2017, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
Occupation: Actor
Years active: 1971–2017
Awards: BAFTA TV Award, Best Actor, 1985 The Jewel in the Crown
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About Tim Pigott-Smith

British actor and author who appeared in such films as Gangs of New York, V for Vendetta, and Johnny English.

Tim Pigott-Smith Before Fame

He briefly appeared on the TV show Doctor Who

Achievement of Tim Pigott-Smith

He played the role of Ronald Merrick in The Jewel in the Crown.

Tim Pigott-Smith Family Life

He was married to Pamela Miles.

Associations of Tim Pigott-Smith

He was in the film Gangs of New York with Daniel Day Lewis.

Information related to Tim Pigott-Smith

  • Male actors from Warwickshire
  • People educated at King Edward VI School, Stratford-upon-Avon
  • People educated at Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys
  • Alumni of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
  • Burials at Highgate Cemetery
  • English male radio actors
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