TIM PLESTER is a London-based actor, playwright and filmmaker.
His feature-length documentary Way Of The Morris premiered at the 2011 SXSW Film Festival and was selected by the UK Film Focus as one of the "Breakthrough" British films of the year. Produced by Fifth Column Films, the award-winning film is now available on DVD, following its release in UK cinemas and its broadcast on SkyArts HD.
Previously, Tim created the cult short films 'Ant Muzak', Blake's Junction 7 and World Of Wrestling (all now available on DVD). He also wrote, directed and starred in the award-winning short film English Language [With English Subtitles] - which premiered at the 2007 Los Angeles Film Festival, screened at over 45 film festivals worldwide, and is now available to watch through iTunes. His award-winning 15-second film Slaphappy premiered at the 2008 Belfast Film Festival.
In 2011, The Guardian heralded Tim as one of "The New Faces Of British Cinema".
His various acting credits for film and TV include: Lockout, Game Of Thrones, Kick-Ass, Cuban Fury, Doctor Who, Control, Closer To The Moon, Shifty, 1066: The Battle For Middle Earth, Murphy's Law, Criminal Justice, Five Daughters, Life On Mars, Paul Whitehouse's Happiness, Hustle, City Of Vice, WPC-56, New Tricks, Uncle Dad, Magicians, It's All Gone Pete Tong, Residents, Goths (Spine Chillers), Poliakoff's Friends & Crocodiles and the BAFTA-winning short film September.
Tim is currently working on a new documentary project, whilst continuing to develop several feature-film ideas.