MCM: Tim McInnery

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Tim McInnerny’s birthday just recently passed (September 18th), so consider today’s Man Candy Monday a late birthday tribute! We take a look at some of his more famous roles in historical flicks from the last three decades, from the comedic to the dramatic.

 

Blackadder (1982-1983)

 

Blackadder II (1986)

 

Blackadder the Third (1987)

 

Erik the Viking (1989)

 

Blackadder Goes Forth (1989)

 

Blackadder: Back and Forth (1999)

 

Longitude (2000)

 

The Emperor’s New Clothes (2001)

Gunpowder, Treason, and Plot (2004)

 

The Strange Case of Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan Doyle (2005)

 

Casanova (2005)

 

The Black Death (2010)

 

The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff (2011)

 

Outlander (2014)

 

Houdini and Doyle (2016)

 

Sherlock: The Abominable Bride (2016)

 

Harlots (2017)

 

Peterloo (2018)

 

What’s your favorite Tim McInnerny historical role? Share it with us in the comments!

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Sarah Lorraine

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Sarah discovered her dual passion for history and costume right around the age of twelve. Dragged kicking and screaming to her first Renaissance Faire at Black Point, she was convinced she was going to hate it, but to her surprise, she fell head over heels in love with the world of reenactment and dress up immediately. Her undergraduate degree is in Clothing & Textile Design, and she has a Master's in Art History and Visual Culture. When she’s not hauling crap to SCA events and ren faires, Sarah enjoys reading true crime books, writing fiction, and sewing historical clothing from the Middle Ages through the 20th-century. One of these days, she might even start updating her old costuming blog again.

12 Responses

  1. Nzie

    Not familiar with his work but gosh if this isn’t a visual lesson in how much a difference hair can make in appearance—I don’t know if I’d recognize him much across these roles.

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  2. Cheryl from Maryland

    There is no better work about WWI and War and Bureaucracy than Black Adder Goes Forth.

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    • Rosemary

      In Blackadder Third he played Topper an English nobleman, The scarlet Pimpernel (Lord Percy) and Le Comte de Frou Frou (Picture shown above). It was a great episode “Nob and Nobility”

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  3. MoHub

    Just a slight correction. The first Blackadder series was actually titled The Black Adder. The name didn’t become a solid compound until the second series.

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