TIM BOOTH

Probably best known as the front man for Manchester band James, Tim studied drama at Manchester University. He trained in and taught the Meisner technique at The Actors Centre up to 2007 and continues to train with Gene Bua and Warner Loughlin in Los Angeles.

His film credits to date include playing Victor Zsaz in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and is remembered most notably for playing Judas in the BBC’s award winning Manchester Passion.

Tim also won the Manchester Evening News award for Best Newcomer to the Stage for his part as Len in Laurence Till’s Saved at the Bolton Octagon.

He also provided the in-vision narration for Riot; and ITV documentary about the headline grabbing disturbances at Straneways Prison in Manchester. This programme went on to win the Best Current Affairs Programme acolade from the Royal Television Society.

As both a solo artist and with his world famous band, James, Tim has recorded 14 albums, selling over 15 million copies worldwide, including 20 Top 30 singles.

Tim has toured extensively with his music, playing large venues all over the world. A box set of all James’s work is due to be released on Universal Records December 2010.

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