Tim Dry


Tim Dry played J’Quille – Whiphid and a Mon Calamari Officer in Star Wars Episode VI – Return Of The Jedi. He also played The Alien in the cult Horror / Sci Fi movie XTRO.


In the early to mid 1980s he was half of the legendary robotic mime / music duo Tik & Tok. They released 5 singles and a chart album Intolerance in the UK, Europe and Japan. They supported Duran Duran, Adam Ant, Depeche Mode, Gary Numan and Ultravox. Tik & Tok reformed briefly in 2005 and wrote, recorded and released a brand new album Dream Orphans in 2007, which is still available on the official Tik & Tok website.


Tim is also an award-winning Photographic Artist, whose subjects have included Mick Jagger, Barbie Wilde, Steven Berkoff, The Mediaeval Baebes, author Rupert Thomson and Joan Collins. His unique art has been exhibited at The National Portrait Gallery, Gallery 286 in London, the Royal Photographic Society, the Association of Photographers Gallery and in Hamburg, Berlin, New York and at the Arts Club in London.


As an actor Tim appeared in more than 90 TV Commercials in the UK and Europe. He has had featured roles in the films The 10th Kingdom, Soup and Decadence, and UK TV shows such as The Bill, Eastenders, Casualty, Goodbye Mr Steadman and Father Ted. In 2010 Tim played the title role in the short horror/comedy film SON Of Nosferatu. 2014 sees Tim in two independent movies: the martial arts/gangster tale Le Accelerator and the surreal short Pier Pressure.


Tim’s memoir of his involvement in Jedi and of his subsequent appearances from 2003 at worldwide at autograph conventions, Continuum - The Star Wars Phenomenon As Experienced From The Inside, was released in 2012 as an ebook and is available on Amazon, Sony Reader, Barnes & Noble Nook etc. A re-edited and revamped version of his autobiography Falling Upwards – Scenes From A Life was published by Bear Claw Books in October 2013. It contains a 20,000 word update from 2005 to 2013. Tim has also contributed articles to Forbes magazine and currently has short stories in four horror anthologies, namely The Bestiarum Vocabulum (Western Legends Press), Demonology (Static Movement), The Grimorium Verum (Western Legends Press) and Phobophobias (Dark Continents Publishing). The first in a series of dark fiction novellas entitled Ricochet by Tim Dry will be published by Theatrum Mundi in early 2015








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