Tim appears in a BBC Radio Production of Oliver Twist, which was released in Audio Format.
Tim remains close friends with his former Black Adder castmates Rowan Atkinson, Stephen Fry, and Hugh Laurie.
Tim appeared in the documentary on Rowan Atkinson called The Story of Bean in 1997.
Tim appeared in the documentary The Modern World: Ten Great Writers (1988), in the segment on Mann.
Tim's first film appearance was in Wetherby (1985).
Tim's first television appearances were on Blackadder.
Tim and Rowan Atkinson both attended and met at Oxford University.
Tim is approximately 6' 1" (1.85 m) tall.
Tim is highly respected for his work onstage, and has appeared in numerous plays & musicals.
Tim is best known for his roles in Rowan Atkinson'sBlackadder as Lord Percy (series I & II) and Captain Darling (series IV). He decided not to reprise his role as Percy in series three due to a fear of being typecast.
Tim played the character, Dr. Frank N Furter in Rocky Horror Show in the West End (London UK)
Tim is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Tim is a member of the Royal National Theatre.
Tim played the role of Michael in Mappa Mundi play by Shelagh Stephenson (Royal National Theater: Cottesloe, London, England, UK) in November 2002.
Tim starred as Odysseus in a serial adaptation of Homer's Odyssey, transmitted on BBC Radio 3 in August 2004.
Tim appeared in the music video for This Woman's Work by Kate Bush .
Tim appeared in the music video Uptown Girl by the musical group, Westlife.
Tim is left handed.
Tim McInnerny: It's funny what you get known for as an actor, I loved Blackadder, and we had a ball making it. I'm really proud of the series, but bizarrely, I've spent the minority of my time in comedies.