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Home » Performers » Tim Pigott-Smith

About Tim Pigott-Smith

Tim Pigott-Smith was born in Rugby, England and took his degree at Bristol University before training for the stage at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

He is a major part of the British theatre stablishment, having worked extensively with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre. Not content with this he established his own theatre company, Compass, of which he was artistic director from 1989-1992. He earned great acclaim in the recent productions of The Iceman Cometh both in the West End and on Broadway and Mourning Becomes Electra with Helen Mirren.

His wider fame was ensured by his role in the hugely successful television drama The Jewel in the Crown and his recent role in the BBC production of Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South.

His film career has included The Remains of the Day (1993), Gangs of New York (2002), Johnny English, The Four Feathers and V For Vendetta.

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Plain Tales from the Hills Audiobook

Plain Tales from the Hills Audiobook
Written by Rudyard Kipling
Read by Tim Pigott-Smith

Award winning British actor Tim Pigott-Smith reads this unabridged audio book of the wry, evocative and extremely witty stories of the British at play in the hills of Simla, escaping the fire of the Indian high summer.

Author Rudyard Kipling’s love for the society he was born into and worked with shines out of the tales with the heat of the Indian sun.

His enthusiasiasm has often been taken to be an endorsement of the English Colonial system - George Orwell called him the “prophet of British Imperialism” and he did indeed revel in the eccentricities and peculiarities of the ex-patriot community.

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