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Tim Swinton

Tim Swinton is an actor, known for Family Ties Vacation (1985), Jack & Jill's Christmas (2001) and Strange But True? (1993). See full bio »

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Known For

Family Ties Vacation
Family Ties Vacation Airport Attendant
Strange But True?
Strange But True? Reconstruction Cast / Reconstruction Cast: Beast of Durham
Spearhead Private Yates


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 2000-2002 Coronation Street (TV Series)
Malcolm Green / Tom Price
- Episode #1.5347 (2002) ... Tom Price
- Episode #1.4928 (2000) ... Malcolm Green
- Episode #1.4913 (2000) ... Malcolm Green
 2001 Jack & Jill's Christmas (Short)
 1994-1997 Strange But True? (TV Series)
Reconstruction Cast: Beast of Durham / Reconstruction Cast
- The Falkirk Triangle/Beast of Durham - The Fishburn Puma (1997) ... Reconstruction Cast: Beast of Durham
- Stocksbridge Bypass/Angels (1994) ... Reconstruction Cast
 1985 Family Ties Vacation (TV Movie)
Airport Attendant
 1983 Hi-de-Hi! (TV Series)
First Vicar
- Save Our Heritage (1983) ... First Vicar
 1982 The Professionals (TV Series)
Army Guard
- Lawson's Last Stand (1982) ... Army Guard
 1981 ITV Playhouse (TV Series)
KGB clerk
- Last Night Another Dissident... (1981) ... KGB clerk
 1978 Spearhead (TV Series)
Private Yates
- Thieves in the Night (1978) ... Private Yates
- Suspect (1978) ... Private Yates
 1978 Pennies from Heaven (TV Mini-Series)
- Says My Heart (1978) ... Constable

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Other Works:

He acted in Doris Lessing's play, "Minna Von Barnhelm," at the Greenwich Studio Theatre in London, England with Sally Cassin, Eddie Marsan, Mark Feakins, Julian Forsyth, and Bernard Key in the cast. Margarete Forsythe was director. See more »

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