Tim Curry performances

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Tim Curry in 1995 at the 47th Primetime Emmy Awards

This article presents the theatre, film, television, video games, and audiobook credits of English actor Tim Curry, who has a diverse range of work in these media formats. His most frequent roles are villainous roles or character parts.



1968–1969 Hair Woof, various roles Tom O'Horgan Shaftesbury Theatre
1969After HaggertyHippy David Jones Aldwych Theatre
1970The Sport of My Mad MotherFak Ann Jellicoe Royal Court Theatre
Lie Down I Think I Love You...Peter John Gorrie Strand Theatre
1971 Titus Andronicus BassianusKeith Hack Roundhouse Theatre
The Baby Elephant Jesse William Gaskill Royal Court Theatre
Man is Man Sexton
The White Devil Camillo Citizens Theatre
Life of Galileo Sagredo
The Maids Solange Lindsay Kemp
Loot Meadows
Danton's Death Lacroix
1971–1972 Cinderella Buttons
1972 A Midsummer Night's Dream Puck Toby Robertson Scottish Opera
England's IrelandRoyal Court Theatre
Time Off? Not a Ghost of a Chance Sadler's Wells Theatre
1972–1973Once Upon a Time Duke of York's Theatre
1973Give the Gaffers Time to Love YouPam BrightonRoyal Court Theatre
1973–1975 The Rocky Horror Show Dr. Frank N. Furter Jim Sharman Royal Court Theatre
Chelsea Classic Cinema
Roxy Theatre
Belasco Theatre
1975–1976 Travesties Tristan Tzara Peter Wood Albery Theatre
Ethel Barrymore Theatre
1980–1981 Amadeus Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Peter Hall Washington National Theatre
Broadhurst Theatre
1982 The Pirates of Penzance The Pirate King Wilford Leach Drury Lane
1983–1984 The Rivals Bob Acres Peter Wood Royal National Theatre
1985–1986 Love for Love Tattle Burgtheater
Royal National Theatre
1986 The Threepenny Opera Macheath/Mack the Knife Royal National Theatre
Dalliance Theodore
1987–1988 Me and My Girl Bill Snibson Mike Ockrent North American Tour
1989–1990 The Art of Success William Hogarth Adrian Noble New York City Center
1990 The Wall – Live in Berlin The Prosecutor Roger Waters Potsdamer Platz
1991 Love Letters AndyLA Theatre Club
1992–1993 My Favorite Year Alan Swann Ron Lagomarsino Vivian Beaumont Theater
2001 A Christmas Carol Ebenezer Scrooge Susan Stroman Theater at Madison Square Garden
2004–2007 Spamalot King Arthur Mike Nichols Bank of America Theatre
Shubert Theatre
Palace Theatre
2011 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead The Player Trevor Nunn Chichester Festival Theatre
2012 What About Dick? Reverend Whoopsie, Lord Darling Eric Idle Orpheum Theatre

Live-action roles


1975 The Rocky Horror Picture Show Dr. Frank N. Furter Jim Sharman
1978 The Shout Robert Graves Jerzy Skolimowski
1980 Times Square Johnny LaGuardia Allan Moyle
1982 Annie Rooster Hannigan John Huston
1983 The Ploughman's Lunch Jeremy Hancock Richard Eyre
1985 Legend Darkness Ridley Scott
Clue Wadsworth Jonathan Lynn
1988 Pass the Ammo Rev. Ray Porter David Beaird
1990 The Hunt for Red October Dr. Yevgeniy Petrov John McTiernan
1991 Oscar Dr. Thornton Poole John Landis
1992 The Player Himself Robert Altman Deleted cameo [1]
Passed Away Boyd PinterCharlie Peters
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Mr. Hector Chris Columbus
1993 Loaded Weapon 1 Mr. Jigsaw Gene Quintano
The Three Musketeers Cardinal Richelieu Stephen Herek
1994 The Shadow Farley Claymore Russell Mulcahy
1995 Congo Herkermer Homolka Frank Marshall
1996 Muppet Treasure Island [2] Long John Silver Brian Henson
Lover's KnotCupid's CaseworkerPeter Shaner
1997 McHale's Navy Major Vladikov Bryan Spicer
1998 Addams Family Reunion Gomez Addams Dave PayneDirect-to-DVD
1999 Pirates of the Plain Jezebel Jack John R. Cherry III
2000 Four Dogs Playing Poker Felix Paul Rachman
Sorted Damien Kemp Alexander Jovy
Charlie's Angels Roger Corwin McG
2001 Scary Movie 2 Professor Oldman Keenen Ivory Wayans
Wolf Girl Harley Dune Thom Fitzgerald Direct-to-DVD
2002 Ritual Matthew Hope Avi Nesher
The Scoundrel's Wife Father Antoine Glen Pitre
2004 Kinsey Thurman Rice Bill Condon
2005 Bailey's Billion$ Caspar PenningtonDavid Devine
2007 Christmas in Wonderland Gordon McLoosh James Orr
2008 The Secret of Moonacre Coeur de Noir, Sir William de Noir Gábor Csupó
2010 Burke & Hare [3] Prof. Alexander Monro John Landis


1968Sinking Fish Move SidewaysWaiter on Train Television film
1970 Ace of Wands CashierEpisode: "Now You See It, Now You Don't: Part 1"
ITV Saturday Night Theatre CrosscapelEpisode: "The Policeman and the Cook"
1972 Stage 2 MadmanEpisode: " The Duchess of Malfi "
1973 Armchair Theatre MikEpisode: "Verite"
1974 Napoleon and Love Eugene3 episodes
Play for Today GlenEpisode: "Schmoedipus"
1975 Three Men in a Boat Jerome Television film
1977 Rock Follies of '77 Stevie StreeterEpisode: "The Band Who Wouldn't Die"
1978 Will Shakespeare William Shakespeare 6 episodes
ITV Sunday Night Drama Leonard BrazilEpisode: "City Sugar"
1981 Saturday Night Live Himself (host)Episode: "Tim Curry/Meat Loaf"
1982 Oliver Twist Bill Sikes Television film
1983Video StarsTeddy Whazz
1985 Blue Money Larry Gormley
Ligmalion: A Musical for the 80sEden Rothwell Esq.
1986 The Worst Witch The Grand Wizard
1989 The Tracey Ullman Show Ian MilesEpisode: #3.11
Wiseguy Winston Newquay6 episodes
1990 It It/Pennywise the Dancing Clown 2 episodes
1991Big DealsChristopher NizzlePilot
1993 Roseanne Roger2 episodes
Tales from the Crypt Pa, Ma, Winona BrackettEpisode: "Death of Some Salesman"
1994 51st Golden Globe Awards Himself (co-host)Television special
Earth 2 Gaal4 episodes
1995–1996 The Naked Truth Sir Rudolph Haley2 episodes
1996 Titanic Simon Doonan2 episodes
1997 Lexx Poet ManEpisode: "Supernova"
Over the Top Simon Ferguson12 episodes; also producer
Doom Runners Dr. KaoTelevision film
1998Madness ReignsKing NicholasPilot
1999–2000 Rude Awakening Martin Crisp6 episodes
1999The UnbelievablesVaudevillianPilot
Jackie's Back Edward Whatsett St. JohnTelevision film
2000 Bette HimselfEpisode: "Or Not to Be"
2001 Attila Theodosius II 2 episodes
2002–2003 Family Affair Mr. Giles French15 episodes
2004 Monk Dale "The Whale" BiederbeckEpisode: "Mr. Monk Goes to Jail"
Will & Grace Marion Finster2 episodes
2007 Psych Nigel St. NigelEpisode: "American Duos"
2008 Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic Trymon2 episodes
Starz Inside: Ladies or GentlemenHimselfTelevision documentary
Agatha Christie's Poirot Lord Greville BoyntonEpisode: "Appointment with Death"
2009 Alice Dodo Episode #1.1
Return to Cranford Signor BrunoniEpisode: "Part Two: October 1844"
2010 Criminal Minds Billy Flynn2 episodes
2016 The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again The CriminologistTelevision film

Video games

1995 Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster Doctor Victor Frankenstein
1996 Muppet Treasure Island Long John Silver
2008 Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 Premier Anatoly Cherdenko

Music videos

1979"I Do the Rock"Himself
1979"Paradise Garage"


2020The Rocky Horror Show: Musical LivestreamDr. Frank N. Furter [4]

Voice roles


1992 FernGully: The Last Rainforest Hexxus [5]
1995 The Pebble and the Penguin Drake
1997 Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas Forte Direct-to-DVD [5]
A Christmas Carol Ebenezer Scrooge
1998 The Rugrats Movie Rex Pester [5]
The Easter Story Keepers Nero Direct-to-DVD
1999 Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost Ben Ravencroft [5]
Bartok the Magnificent The Skull [5]
2000 Lion of Oz Captain Fitzgerald [5]
Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Sumo Singer [5]
2001 Barbie in the Nutcracker The Mouse King [5] Direct-to-DVD
2002I, CrocodileCrocodile Short film
The Wild Thornberrys Movie Nigel Thornberry, Col. Radcliff Thornberry [5]
2003 Rugrats Go Wild Nigel Thornberry [5]
2005 ¡Mucha Lucha!: The Return of El Maléfico El Maléfico [5] Direct-to-DVD
The Cat Returns The Cat King [5] English dub
Valiant Von Talon
2006 Queer Duck: The Movie Peccary [5] Direct-to-DVD
Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties Prince [5]
A Sesame Street Christmas Carol NarratorDirect-to-DVD
2007 The Chosen One Lucifer [5]
Once Upon a Christmas VillageSir EvilShort film
2008 Fly Me to the Moon Yegor [5]
Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King The Goblin King [5] Direct-to-DVD
2009 Barbie and the Three Musketeers Philippe [5]
Mythic Journeys The KingDocumentary
2010The North StarNarratorShort film
Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey! Picadilly [5] Direct-to-DVD
A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures Fluffy [5]
2011 The Voyages of Young Doctor Dolittle Doctor Dolittle Direct-to-DVD
2012 The Outback Blacktooth [5]
Back to the Sea Eric [5]
Strange Frame Dorlan Mig [5]
2013 Gingerclown Gingerclown
Saving Santa Nevil Baddington [5] Direct-to-DVD
2014 Axel: The Biggest Little Hero Papa Qi
Ribbit Terence [5]
2017Long Drive HomeMonster Head ADShort film
TBADagon: Troll World ChroniclesNecrofer the Death BringerIn production


1988–1989 The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible The Serpent, Judas Iscariot 2 episodes [5]
Fantastic Max Dermot D. McDermott4 episodes
1989 Long Ago and Far Away AbelEpisode: "Abel's Island"
Paddington Bear Mr. Curry13 episodes
1990–1991 Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates Captain Hook 46 episodes [5]
1990 Gravedale High Mr. Tutner3 episodes
The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda SultanEpisode: "A Knight in Arabia"
1990–1991 Wake, Rattle & Roll Ronald Chump28 episodes
1990 Tiny Toon Adventures Prince Charles, ReginaldEpisode: "Europe in 30 Minutes" [5]
The Marzipan Pig NarratorTelevision film
TaleSpin Thaddeus E. Klang2 episodes
1991–1993 The Pirates of Dark Water Konk20 episodes
1991–1994 The Legend of Prince Valiant Sir Gawain 39 episodes
1991–1996 Captain Planet and the Planeteers MAL26 episodes
1991–1992 Darkwing Duck Taurus Bulba3 episodes
Tom & Jerry Kids Sheriff of Rottingham, Banker2 episodes
1992 Fish Police Sharkster6 episodes
Defenders of Dynatron City Atom EdPilot
Capitol Critters SenatorEpisode: "Max Goes to Washington"
1992–1994 Dinosaurs Various roles7 episodes
1992 Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa Jacque Le BeefeEpisode: "A Snake in Cow's Clothing"
Batman: The Animated Series HenchmanEpisodes: "Fear of Victory"
Liquid Television The SnakeSegment: "Meggamorphosis"
1992–1994 The Little Mermaid Evil Manta4 episodes
1992 The Steadfast Tin Soldier Jack-in-the-Box Television film
Eek! The Cat NarratorEpisode: "It's a Very Merry Eek's-mas"
1993–1994 Mighty Max Skullmaster, Jules Verne 12 episodes
1993 Droopy, Master Detective Additional voices13 episodes
1994–1997 Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Zimbo, Additional roles19 episodes [5]
Duckman King Chicken, Simon Desmond10 episodes
1994 Sonic the Hedgehog King Acorn, Keeper of the Time Stones4 episodes
Aladdin Amok Mon-Ra, Caliph Kapok2 episodes
1994–1995 Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad Kilokahn53 episodes [5]
Turbocharged Thunderbirds The Atrocimator13 episodes
1995–1997 The Mask: Animated Series Pretorius14 episodes [5]
1995 Daisy-Head Mayzie FinagleTelevision film
1995–1996 Gargoyles Dr. Anton Sevarius7 episodes [5]
1996 Adventures from the Book of Virtues King Minos, Gessler2 episodes
Quack Pack Moltoc
The Story of Santa Claus NostrosTelevision film [5]
1996–1997 Mighty Ducks Lord Dragaunus21 episodes
Bruno the Kid Lazlo Gigahurtz9 episodes
1996–1998 Jumanji Trader Slick18 episodes
1997 Freakazoid! Dr. MysticoEpisode: "Island of Dr. Mystico" [5]
Casper PianistEpisode: "Stinkie Time Theatre"
Teen Angel The FrogEpisode: "Jeremiah Was a Bullfrog"
1998Stories from My ChildhoodThe BeastEpisode: "Beauty and the Beast (A Tale of the Crimson Flower)"
Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? Dr. Gunnar Maelstrom3 episodes
The Net The Sorcerer10 episodes
The First Snow of Winter VoleyTelevision film
1998–2000 Voltron: The Third Dimension Prince Lotor, King Alfor23 episodes [5]
1998–2004 The Wild Thornberrys Nigel Thornberry, additional voices92 episodes [5]
1999, 2003–2004 Hey Arnold! Leichliter3 episodes [5]
1999 Xyber 9: New Dawn King Renard18 episodes
1999, 2001 Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot Dr. Neugog2 episodes
1999 Recess Dr. SlicerEpisode: "Prickly is Leaving"
Johnny Bravo Big BrotherEpisode: "Brave New Johnny" [5]
Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain MonkmanEpisode: "Teleport a Friend" [5]
The Titanic ChroniclesOfficer LightollerTelevision film
2000 Martial Law The One3 episodes
Batman Beyond Mutro BothaEpisode: "Final Cut" [5]
100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd The RottweilerEpisode: "Big Dog" [5]
2000–2001 Redwall Slagar the Cruel13 episodes [5]
2001 Gary & Mike Jared WexlerEpisode: "Crisscross"
Teacher's Pet SpookyEpisode: "The Tale of the Telltale Taffy"
2002–2003 Teamo Supremo Laser Pirate, Dastardly Dentist3 episodes
2002 Samurai Jack Worm 1Episode: "Jack Tales"
Ozzy & Drix Nick O'Teen, Scarlet Fever2 episodes [5]
2003–2005 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Professor Finbarr Calamitous8 episodes [5]
2003K10C: Kids' Ten CommandmentsHazzakaEpisode: "The Not-So-Golden Calf"
Chalkzone Jacko2 episodes
The Proud Family PervicalEpisode: "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
2004 Higglytown Heroes Libraian Hero2 episodes
2005 Duck Dodgers Magnificent RogueEpisode: "Villainstruck" [5]
Loonatics Unleashed RingmasterEpisode: "The World is My Circus" [5]
2006 The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 2: When Nerds Collide Professor Finbarr CalamitousTelevision film [5]
Eloise: The Animated Series Mr. Salamone13 episodes
2008, 2012 Phineas and Ferb Stubbings, Worthington Dubois2 episodes [5]
2008 Ben 10: Alien Force Dr. Joseph Chadwick, Knight #2Episode: "Pet Project" [5]
2010 Regular Show Hot Dog Leader, Master Prank Caller #22 episodes [5]
2012–2013 Young Justice G. Gordon Godfrey 8 episodes [5]
2012 Transformers: Rescue Bots Doctor Morocco4 episodes [5]
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange Arugula, Endive, Plum2 episodes
2012–2014 Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja The Sorcerer21 episodes [5]
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Chancellor Palpatine/Darth Sidious 10 episodes [5]
2013 Wonder Pets Tin Man Episode: "In the Land of Oz"
Ben 10: Omniverse Dr. Joseph Chadwick, Stage ManagerEpisode: "Return to Forever" [5]
2014 Over the Garden Wall Auntie WhispersEpisode: "The Ringing of the Bell" [5]

Video games

1993 Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers Gabriel Knight [5]
1994 Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger Melek [5]
1996 Toonstruck Count Nefarious [5]
1997 Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick King Chicken
1999 Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned Gabriel Knight [5]
2000 Sacrifice Stratos
2002 The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Satan
Scooby-Doo! Night of 100 Frights Mastermind [5]
2003 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Jet Fusion Professor Finbarr Calamitous [5]
2004 Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events Lemony Snicket [5]
2005 Nicktoons Unite! Professor Finbarr Calamitous [5]
2006 Nicktoons Winners Cup Racing Professor Finbarr Calamitous
2007 Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots Professor Finbarr Calamitous [5]
2009 Brütal Legend Emperor Doviculus [6] [5]
Dragon Age: Origins Arl Rendon Howe [5] [7]


1985, 1987The Wordsmiths at GorsemereLord Biro BBC Radio 4
10 episodes
2000 Tales from the Crypt NarratorEpisode: "Tight Grip"

Theme park attraction

1994–2003 ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter S.I.R. Magic Kingdom


1983 Story Teller: The Happy Prince & Stolen Thunder
1991 The Old Contemptibles
1992 The Man With a Load of Mischief
The Anodyne Necklace
The Old Silent
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
1993 The Horse You Came In On
Nightmares & Dreamscapes: Crouch End & The Doctor's Case
Night Over Water
The Dirty Duck
A Dangerous Fortune
1994 Taltos
1995 Cry to Heaven
The Island of the Day Before
Rainbow's End
Foucault's Pendulum
The Silver Lining: A Collection of Poems: Little Boy Blue
1996 Anything Considered
1997 The Case Has Altered
1999 Dune: House Atreides
2000 Mr. Phillips
Dune: House Harkonnen
2001 Dune: House Corrino
Morgan's Run
Music of Spheres
The Bad Beginning
The Reptile Room
2002 Sabriel
2003 Abhorsen
The Ersatz Elevator
The Vile Village
2004 The Hostile Hospital
2005 The Carnivorous Carnival
The Slippery Slope
The Grim Grotto
The Penultimate Peril
2006 The End
Peter Pan
Peter Pan in Scarlet
2008 Not in the Flesh
2010 Portobello
Despicable Me: The Junior Novel
A Christmas Carol
2011 A Journey to the Center of the Earth
2012 Dracula

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