In February 2008, Tim appeared at Sunday For Sammy in aid of actor Sammy Johnson, also appearing were Christopher Fairbank, Tim Healy, Kevin Whately, Billy Mitchell and Denise Welch.
Spall narrates the television program "Jamie's School Dinners."
When Tim appeared on the BBC car show Top Gear, he drove a Suzuki Liana around a test track in 1 minute 51.1 seconds. This was exactly the same time that explorer Randolph Fiennes made it around the track.
In 2004, Tim played Peter Pettigrew in the film 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.'
For his performance in the BBC's 'Our Mutual Friend', Tim received a Press Guild Award.
Tim appeared in the 2003 Tom Cruise film 'The Last Samurai' as Simon Graham.
In 2002, he played kind hearted Charles Cheeryble in the film adaptation of Dicken's classic novel 'Nicholas Nickleby.'
He was nominated for a Best Actor BAFTA for his perfomance as Mr. Venus in the 1998 BBC adaptation of Dickens' novel 'Our Mutual Friend.'
In 1996, he played Maurice Purley in Mike Leigh's Oscar nominated film 'Secrets and LIes.'
He played the title role in the 1993-94 popular ITV comedy drama Frank Stubbs Promotes.
Tim has performed in National Theatre productions of 'Saint Joan' and Shakespeare's 'Midsummer Night's Dream.'
Tim plays the projectionist in the 1979 cult film about Mods and Rockers, 'Quadrophenia.'
He was nominated for a BAFTA for his perfomance in the BBC's Stephen Poliakoff's 'Shooting The Past.'
Tim has perfomed in The Royal Shakespeare productions of Chekov's 'The Three Sisters' and Shakespeare's 'The Merry Wives of Windsor.'
In the ITV award winning cricket comedy Outside Edge, Tim played the character Kevin Costello.
Tim appears in Clint Eastward's 1990 film 'White Hunter, Black Heart' as a pilot.
Tim played Don Armado in Kenneth Branagh's 2000 film 'Loves, Labour's Lost.'
In Kenneth Branagh 1996 film adaptation of Shakespeare's 'Hamlet', Tim played the character Rozencrantz.
Tim was nominated for a BAFTA in 1999 for his perfomance in Mike Leigh's Gilbert and Sullivan film, 'Topsy Turvey'. He played Richard Temple, 'The Mikado.'
He had a cameo role in the 2002 Tom Cruise film 'Vanilla Sky.' He played Thomas Trip, a pilot.
In 1982, Tim played Gordon in Mike Leigh's film 'Home Sweet Home.'
One of his ealiest stage performances was in a school production of 'The Wizard of Oz.' He played the character of the Cowardly Lion.
Tim played the character Terry Channing in Cherished, a BBC drama based on the true story of Angela Channing who was tried for the murder of her two children.
In the 2005 drama Mr. Harvey Lights A Candle, Tim plays the title role Malcolm Harvey, a teacher leading a group of pupils on a trip to Saliasbury Cathedral.
Timothy became a household name when he played Birmingham born, naive Barry in the ITV hit drama Auf Wiedersehen Pet.
Spall: (On life after Auf Wiedersehen, Pet) I was virtually unemployable for five full years, couldn't get arrested. People thought I was Barry, this foolish buffoon. I wasn't, of course; I was an actor, but nobody seemed to realise this. I remember going for an audition one time, and somebody worrying whether I'd be able to do anything but a Brummie accent. I had to point out to them that I was from London, not Birmingham Anyway, so there I was, 27 years old, married with three kids already, and nobody would give me a job. A horrible, horrible time.
Spall: (On his first acting experience) It had a good big audience and they just laughed, and when I came out to do my bow they gave me a big cheer. Something went off in my head then.