How rich is Tim Supple? Net Worth

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January 1, 2020

Tim Supple Net Worth

How Much money Tim Supple has? For this question we spent 12 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $235,5 Million.

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Biography

Tim Supple information Birth date: 1962-01-01 Birth place: England, UK Profession:Director, Writer, Miscellaneous Crew

Height, Weight

:How tall is Tim Supple – 1,74m.
How much weight is Tim Supple – 69kg

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Wiki

Timothy (Tim) Supple (born 1962) is a British theatre director.Tim Supple has directed and adapted theatre throughout the UK and in Europe, North and South America and the Middle and Far East. He has worked regularly at the Royal National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company and was Artistic Director of the Young Vic from 1993 to 2000. He is currently co-director of Dash Arts.At the Young Vic he directed A Servant To Two Masters (national & international tour & West End), As I Lay Dying, Twelfth Night, Blood Wedding, The Jungle Book, Grimm Tales (& international tour), More Grimm Tales (& Broadway), The Slab Boys Trilogy, Oedipus, for the National Theatre: Haroun and the Sea of Stories, The Epic of Gilgamesh, Billy Liar (national tour), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (national tour), Whale, Romeo and Juliet, The Villains Opera, for the RSC: Midnight’s Children (Barbican, national tour & Apollo Theatre, New York), Love in a Wood, Tales from Ovid (Young Vic), The Comedy of Errors (national/ international tour & Young Vic), Spring Awakening: for Kenneth Branagh’s Renaissance Theatre Company: Coriolanus (with Branagh, Judi Dench, Richard Briers and Iain Glenn) and Traveling Tales.Other work in the theatre includes: Beasts and Beauties, Too Clever By Half (Norwegian National Theatre, Bergen), Much Ado About Nothing (Maxim Gorki Theatre, Berlin), The Cosmonauts Last Message…(Donmar Wharehouse), Oh, What a Lovely War!, Guys and Dolls (Haymarket Theatre, Leicester), Billy Budd (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield). As associate director at the Theatre Royal, York, Tim directed work by Kroetz, Arthur Miller, Willy Russell and Brecht.Supple’s adaptations for the theatre include: Accidental Death of an Anarchist (with Dario Fo & Alan Cumming), Billy Budd (with David Holman), The Epic of Gilgamesh, Grimm Tales and More Grimm Tales (with Carol Ann Duffy), The Jungle Book, Haroun and the Sea of Stories (with Salman Rushdie & David Tushingham), Midnights Children (with Salman Rushdie & Simon Reade), Tales from Ovid (with Ted Hughes & Simon Reade), Beasts and Beauties (with Carol Ann Duffy & Melly Still), One Thousand and One Nights (with Hanan Al Shaykh)Supple has worked outside the theatre on several occasions: his Opera includes Hansel and Gretel, The Magic Flute (Opera North), Babettes Feast (Linbury Studio, ROH) and his film work includes: Twelfth Night (Projector/Channel 4), Rockabye (IWC/Channel 4). Tim is the recipient of a NESTA Invention and Innovation Award for experiments in film.In 2005 Supple launched Dash Arts with Josephine Burton to create new performance in collaboration with artists from abroad. His work for Dash Arts includes What We Did To Weinstein (Menier Chocolate Factory, 2005), As You Like It (Leicester Curve, 2009) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, commissioned by the British Council and created in India (2006-2008): an international success known widely as The Indian Dream, the production subsequently completed two tours of India, exten
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