I watched Lie to Me, and it’s definitely worth it to watch him (though he tends to mumble a lot). Some of the earlier episodes were a bit blah, but it got better as the season progressed. Unfortunately, the show’s writers are afraid of taking too many risks. I hope this is something they get away from, because it has the potential to be awesome.
Entirely too happy when I saw Mr. Roth’s face pop up on my computer screen when I checked your site.
Also, yup Lie to Me is really good. It’s gotten me into the science of lie detecting too, so everything you see on the show is based in real fact… There’s this one episode that’s a bit like watching “Silence of the Lambs” but with a serial rapist and his copy cat, so if you go out into the internet universe and decide to start watching it, I recommend that one.
Hahahaha, waaay behind the times, but I’m pitching in my support for Mr Roth. The Hit? Rosencrantz & Guildenstern? Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, Everyone Says I Love You, Four Rooms . . . I even liked him in Youth Without Youth. I have my qualms about Planet of the Apes and The Musketeer (I’ve only seen the latter dubbed in French; I don’t know whether that was an improvement or not!), but, hey.
An incredibly attractive man. And so sweet and eloquent in interviews!