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Timothy J. Nelson (1958–2011)

Timothy J. Nelson was born on March 2, 1958 in Minot, North Dakota, USA. He was an actor and director, known for No More Baths (1998), The Penny Promise (2001) and Jumping for Joy (2002). He died on May 24, 2011 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. See full bio »

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No More Baths
No More Baths Director
The Penny Promise
Jumping for Joy
Jumping for Joy Director


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 2001 Touched by an Angel (TV Series)
Harvard Scout
- The Penalty Box (2001) ... Harvard Scout (uncredited)
 1991 Hollywood Detective (TV Series)
Lt. Carstairs St. John
 1989 Mothers, Daughters and Lovers (TV Movie)
Dumb Hick with brat son
 1988 Stranger on My Land (TV Movie)
Vietnam Surgeon (as Tim Nelson)
 1987 At Mother's Request (TV Mini-Series)
Security Officer
- Episode #1.2 (1987) ... Security Officer
- Episode #1.1 (1987) ... Security Officer
 1981 Widows Weeds
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Currently writing two screenplays already scheduled to shoot this year. Will begin preproduction on his third movie scheduled to shoot in early summer. He loves the family genre and is particularly great directing children, but he is currently looking for a great dark comedy to direct.

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