TV Shows - Tim Dutton
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on July 22, 2024. Tim Dutton has appeared in 6 television series with data.
  • The Crown Poster
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    The Crown
    as Michael Middleton 2 episodes • #85 most popular show
    The Crown is a historical drama television series that focuses on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. It provides an insightful and authoritative look into the British monarchy, chronologically depicting key events and personal relationships that have shaped the Queen's reign. The show explores the complex dynamics of the royal family, including the political intrigues, personal sacrifices, and challenges faced by the Queen. With its meticulous attention to detail and outstanding performances, The Crown offers viewers an immersive experience into the world of British royalty.
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    Death in Paradise
    as Roger Sadler 1 episode • #225 most popular show
    Death in Paradise is a crime drama television series set on the fictional Caribbean island of Saint Marie. The show follows a team of investigative detectives who solve murder cases with a touch of tropical flair. Each episode features a cleverly constructed mystery filled with twists and turns, as well as plenty of stunning scenery and vibrant local culture. With a charming and eccentric cast of characters, Death in Paradise offers a delightful blend of thrilling whodunits, comedic moments, and a backdrop of paradise that keeps viewers hooked season after season.
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    Midsomer Murders
    as Jamie Cameron 1 episode • #237 most popular show
    Midsomer Murders is a British television detective drama series that follows the investigations of Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby as he unravels a series of mysterious and often bizarre murders in the fictional county of Midsomer. The show, which first aired in 1997, is known for its picturesque rural setting and complex murder mysteries. With its signature blend of suspense, dark humor, and intriguing character dynamics, Midsomer Murders appeals to fans of both crime dramas and cozy mysteries.
  • Vera Poster
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    Vera
    as Aidan Carmichael 1 episode • #619 most popular show
    Vera is a British crime drama television series based on the novels by Ann Cleeves. The show follows the life and work of detective chief inspector Vera Stanhope as she solves complex murder cases in the North East of England. With her sharp intuition and unconventional approach, Vera meticulously pieces together clues and unravels the truth behind each crime. Filled with suspense and intrigue, this gritty and character-driven series explores the dark underbelly of human society, portraying the complexities of the criminal mind and the resilience of the human spirit.
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    Poldark
    as Joseph Merceron 6 episodes • #825 most popular show
    Poldark is a British historical drama series that portrays the life of Ross Poldark, who returns to Cornwall after the American War of Independence, finding his personal realm in disarray. Facing vast challenges, he strives to rebuild his life, manage family mines, and navigate complex social relationships within the rugged landscape of Cornwall during the late 18th century.
  • Genius Poster
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    Genius
    as Headmaster Loncar 2 episodes • #931 most popular show
    Genius is a captivating television series that explores the extraordinary lives and accomplishments of some of history's most brilliant individuals. Each episode delves into the remarkable achievements and revolutionary ideas of geniuses spanning various fields, including science, art, literature, and music. Through a combination of insightful storytelling, expert interviews, and dramatic recreations, viewers are taken on a journey to understand the inner workings of these brilliant minds. From groundbreaking scientific breakthroughs to masterpieces of art and literature, Genius shines a light on the incredible contributions that these geniuses have made to shape our world.
Movies - Tim Dutton
Sorted by online popularity. Tim Dutton has appeared in 4 movies with data.
  • The Bourne Identity Poster
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    The Bourne Identity
    as Eamon • #797 most popular movie
    The Bourne Identity is a gripping 2002 action-thriller film based on Robert Ludlum's novel. It follows Jason Bourne, an amnesiac man who, aided by fragments of memory, embarks on a dangerous quest for his true identity. As he uncovers his exceptional spy skills, Bourne becomes entangled in a perilous web of espionage and deceit, where survival becomes a relentless battle for truth and self-preservation.
  • Patriot Games Poster
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    Patriot Games
    as Constable • #1,445 most popular movie
    Patriot Games is a 1992 American action thriller film starring Harrison Ford as CIA Analyst Jack Ryan, who becomes the target of a renegade IRA faction after interfering with an assassination.
  • The Infiltrator Poster
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    The Infiltrator
    as Ian Howard • #3,055 most popular movie
    The Infiltrator is a 2016 American biographical crime drama thriller film directed by Brad Furman. It is based on the autobiography of Robert Mazur, a U.S. Customs special agent who helped expose Pablo Escobar's money-laundering organization in the 1980s. Bryan Cranston stars as Mazur, with Diane Kruger, Benjamin Bratt, John Leguizamo, Saïd Taghmaoui, Joe Gilgun, and Amy Ryan in supporting roles. Filmed in London, the movie premiered at the Tampa Theatre on July 6, 2016, and received positive reviews from critics.
  • Tom & Viv Poster
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    Tom & Viv
    as Maurice Haigh-Wood • #6,516 most popular movie
    Tom & Viv is a 1994 historical drama film depicting the tumultuous marriage of poet T. S. Eliot and socialite Vivienne Haigh-Wood.
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Tim Dutton Biography
Tim Dutton (born 1967) is a British stage, film, and television actor. He is known for his roles in movies such as Darkness Falls (1999), The Bourne Identity (2002), The Infiltrator (2016), and The Detonator. Dutton gained recognition for his performance in the Academy Award and BAFTA nominated film Tom & Viv (1994) as Maurice Haigh-Wood. He grew up in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, and studied Law at Wolverhampton University, earning an LL.B with Honours before pursuing acting. Dutton has appeared in various television shows, including the role of Mark Owens in Soldier, Soldier and as Brian Selig in Ally McBeal. He also starred in the CBS sitcom Thanks and had a recurring role in The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries.

On July 22, 2024, Tim Dutton had 59 Wikipedia visits, making him the #22,480 most popular actor online.