Tim Jackson (III)

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Tim Jackson was born in New York City and raised in Westport Connecticut. He attended Ithaca College in Drama major eventually graduating from the University of Massachusetts Boston in English. He has had a 50-year career as a musician that includes tours with folk singer Tom Rush, legendary singer LaVern Baker and Robin Lane and the Chartbusters ... See full bio »

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Chappaquiddick Joseph Kopechne
Lone Star Music Department


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 2019/III Hush (Short)
 2018 The Over Easy Courthouse Cafe (TV Series)
Derrick Bagg
- The Plant, the Plot, the Plan (2018) ... Derrick Bagg
- Table Two (2018) ... Derrick Bagg
 2017 Chappaquiddick
Joseph Kopechne
 2013 Whisk
 2013/I Cultivation (Short)
Dr. Timothy Cowl
 2011 Old Malockee (Short)
 2001 Legalized America (Short)
50's Father
 2001 Private Lies (TV Movie)
Choirmaster (uncredited)
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Timothy Jackson


5' 7½" (1.71 m)

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He was sitting in the 10th row when the Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964. In High School at 17 he was the drummer for The Loved Ones who opened for The Young Rascals several times and who lent their sound system to the Yardbirds and The Chain Reaction (with Steven Tyler) for now legendary concerts at Staples High School in Westport, Connecticut. See more »

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