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Tim Horner

Tim Horner was born on August 19, 1959 in Morristown, Tennessee, USA. He is an actor, known for Best of the WWF Volume 20 (1989), Greats of the Arena: Continental Territory (2017) and WWF Superstars (1986). See full bio »

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 1989 Best of the WWF Volume 20 (Video)
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 1992 Smoky Mountain Wrestling (TV Series)
- Episode dated 22 February 1992 (1992) ... Himself
- Episode dated 15 February 1992 (1992) ... Himself
- Episode dated 1 February 1992 (1992) ... Himself
 1990 Clash of the Champions XIII: Thanksgiving Thunder (TV Special)
The Starblazer
 1990 Clash of the Champions XII: Mountain Madness/Fall Brawl '90 (TV Special)
Himself - The Lightning Express
 1989 WWF Superstars (TV Series)
- Episode dated 21 October 1989 (1989) ... Himself
- Episode dated 10 June 1989 (1989) ... Himself
 1989 WWF Challenge (TV Series)
- Episode dated 26 March 1989 (1989) ... Himself
- Episode #2.21 (1989) ... Himself
 1987 The Great American Bash (TV Movie)
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 2007 Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen (Video documentary)
 1994 SMW: Night of the Legends (Video)

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5' 11" (1.8 m)

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