TIM CURRY (Yegor) is an acclaimed British actor and two-time Tony Award nominee who first came to the attention of American audiences in his motion picture debut, the cult phenomenon The Rocky Horror Picture Show. He has gone on to a diverse career with film credits that include Kinsey, Charlie's Angels, Scary Movie 2, The Scoundrel's Wife, Addams Family Reunion, McHale's Navy, The Muppets' Treasure Island, Congo, The Shadow, The Three Musketeers, Loaded Weapon 1, Home Alone 2, Passed Away, Oscar, The Hunt for Red October, Pass the Ammo, Clue, Legend, The Ploughman's Lunch, Annie, Times Square and The Shout.
On television, Curry has been seen in numerous mini-series and telefilms, including the starring role as William Shakespeare in "Life of Shakespeare" and as Theodosius in "Attila" for USA Network. Other television credits include "Jackie's Back!" for Lifetime, "Titanic" for CBS, "It" for ABC, "The Worst Witch" for HBO and "Oliver Twist" for CBS. He also starred in several telefilms for the BBC, including "Three Men in a Boat," directed by Stephen Frears, "Napoleon and Love" and "Schmoedipus." Curry was a member of the initial cast of "Family Affair" and "Over the Top" as well as a series regular on "Wiseguy." He has had recurring roles on the series "Rude Awakening" and "Earth 2." Curry has also been a guest host of "Saturday Night Live."
As a stage actor, Curry earned Tony Award nominations for his Broadway roles in "Amadeus," in which he played Mozart, and "My Favorite Year." He also starred in Broadway's "Travesties." On the London stage, Curry starred in the Royal National Theater productions "Pirates of Penzance," "The Rivals," "Love for Love" and "The Threepenny Opera." Curry also starred in both the London and Broadway productions of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."