The Anarchy of This Family Is Addictive; Tim Roth Is Back in the Canadian Rockies for the Second Series of Tin Star - and Having Seemingly Destroyed Everything He Loves, His Character Has a Job on His Hands to Win His Family Back. GEMMA DUNN Hears from the London-Born Actor, 57, Who Is Sold on the TV Thriller's Anarchism

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The Anarchy of This Family Is Addictive; Tim Roth Is Back in the Canadian Rockies for the Second Series of Tin Star - and Having Seemingly Destroyed Everything He Loves, His Character Has a Job on His Hands to Win His Family Back. GEMMA DUNN Hears from the London-Born Actor, 57, Who Is Sold on the TV Thriller's Anarchism


What was your reaction to seeing series one of Tin Star come together? I VERY rarely watch my own stuff, but my kids enjoyed it!

I was drawn to the show because it has a certain amount of anarchy to it from my character's perspective - and the Worth family as well. So it had that kind of slight madness.

I also felt that it was intriguing that the sparking point, within the first episode, was the death of a child. That piqued my interest.

The nugget that held it all together was this event.

Your character, Jack, had quite a clear motivation last season - revenge. What is driving him in series two? BY THE end of series one, my character is effectively shunned by his own family because of his 'activities' - to put it mildly. So we took that and ran with it.

Then the main elements of the next episodes were, how do you get them back and can you get them back? And if you can, how do you go about that? Tim Roth in the second series of Tin Star We also added this incoming threat from the past of Genevieve (O'Reilly's) character and my character, which kind of sows the seed for a third series.

Jack seems to have broken every barrier already...

YEAH, just on a behavioural level, as far as my character is concerned, his vocabulary is a bit mental.

'You come near my family and instead of having an argument with you, I'm going to shoot you'. And that's the problem.

So it's the way that he acts and, in a sense, he is his own worst nightmare.

But unfortunately he's missing a chip as far as civility is concerned, but I liked that just when you thought you had it pinned down, what the show was, it changed on you.

The anarchy of this family is addictive.

Tin Star brilliantly combines humour with incredibly dark moments. What impact does that have? THE constant question I had last series was, how do we deal with that amount of grief? Because it's going to grind the audience down.

So we approach it with humour as much as possible.

Genevieve Angela Worth Roth as Jim series two As much as we had to play the fear and own up to the fear and the terror of what we were dealing with, we also had to find a way to temper that a little bit - temper the grief with humour. …

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