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Biography

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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 29 July 1969St. Joseph, Missouri, USA
Birth NameTimothy Michael Omundson
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Timothy Omundson was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, on July 29, 1969, the youngest of four children. He grew up in Seattle, Washington, where his family moved when he was one. His father is a former railroad man and his mother was a teacher. Tim started to study theatre at the age of 12 at the Seattle Children's Theater, and interned at theaters throughout high school. With acting as his main focus, he spent the summer of his junior year in New York at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and he was a Washington State Debate Champion in Dramatic Interpretation for two years. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater from USC and received the Jack Nicholson Award and the James A. Doolittle Award for outstanding achievements in acting. Shortly after graduation, he got his first professional job as a guest shot on Seinfeld (1989). Next was the recurring role of Dr. Joshua Levin on SeaQuest 2032 (1993). Tim lives in the Hollywood Hills with his wife, Allison, and their dogs, Betty and Sally.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ryan McIntosh

Spouse (1)

Allison Cowley (? - present) (2 children)

Trivia (5)

Timothy and his wife have just celebrated the birth of their first child, a little girl named Lily.
In Psych (2006), he plays Carlton Lassiter, a detective who hates the local psychic. Coincidently, he appears in the "Are you psychic?" commercial in Starship Troopers (1997) only this time, he is the psychic.
He is dyslexic.
Performing play 'Grand Delusion' on The Lost Studio at Los Angeles. [November 2007]
Good friends with English Folk Punk Singer Frank Turner.

Personal Quotes (8)

I have considered the directing, actually. Not so much the writing. That is not really interesting, but the directing is really interesting to me.
Every actor gets their due.
Deadwood was one of the most amazing experiences I've ever had. I just loved that show.
I never want to be playing the same thing, even season to season.
I did all the musicals in high school, and I loved it. And then I got to theater school at college, and was like, "No, I'm a serious actor. I want to do Shakespeare. I want to do classical theater." I took myself very seriously.
I wanted to do a period piece. I wanted to be on a show that people would actually watch, that was of quality.
There aren't a lot of great parts out there that are interesting for people in my category.
Anyone who follows me on Twitter knows that I am a massive Frank [Turner] fanboy.

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