|Height||6' 1" (1.85 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Tim Lounibos returns with perfect timing as Hollywood begins to embrace diversity.
Much was expected of Lounibos when he first entered the biz in the 90's. He was branded as part of an "exciting new breed of Asian American actors with widespread mainstream appeal" and went to work immediately on such shows as Star Trek: The Next Generation, Suddenly Susan, and The Nanny, as well as recurring guest stars on Beverly Hills, 90210, The Practice, JAG and The West Wing. He also starred in the feature film Erotique, which was one of the first US films shot in Hong Kong.
Eventually, Lounibos entered what one network executive termed the "tweener stage" -- too old to play the young buck, too young to play the dad -- so Tim made the difficult decision to leave Hollywood to provide for his growing family.
As fate would have it, Tim's acting would be greatly enhanced as he learned real-life experience running a business and supervising hundreds of employees, all the while striving to be a good husband and father and gaining a newfound sense of groundedness and gravitas.
Then, as onscreen diversity began reflecting the face of society, Tim realized his mixed-race combination of German/Irish/Asian along with his seemingly unlimited acting range made the timing right to leap back in.
So far it has proved to be quite successful as Lounibos has quickly stacked up a new set of credits, booking such shows as A.P. Bio, Criminal Minds, Doubt, The Real O'Neals, and The Young and the Restless. In 2019, Tim is set to recur on the fifth season of Amazon Studios' Bosch.
Indeed, timing is everything.
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