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Overview (4)

Born in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Birth NameTimothy Charles Realbuto
Nicknames T.C.
Height 5' 9" (1.75 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Tim Realbuto was born in Brooklyn, New York. From an early age he began performing on stage. His long list of New York theatrical credits include: Oliver Twist in "Oliver!", Edmund in "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" (alongside actress Monica Keena); Judas in "Jesus Christ Superstar"; The Minstrel in "Once Upon A Mattress"; Tom Wrench in "Trelawny of the Wells"; Napthali in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"; Billy Crocker in "Anything Goes"; Oscar Lindquist in "Sweet Charity"; The Baker in "Into the Woods"; Louis Ironson in "Angels in America: Millenium Approaches" (directed by Academy Award winner Milton Justice) and the acclaimed Shakspeare in the Park production of "Romeo and Juliet" in which Tim starred as Romeo Montague.

Tim is a member of the Screen Actor's Guild and Actor's Equity Association and is the proud recipient of the 2002 Rotary Club Award for Best Teen Vocalist in Brooklyn.

His appearances include performances at Carnegie Hall, New York City Opera at Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden, and singing the National Anthem for the Brooklyn Cyclones baseball team (which aired on Fox sports network).

Tim is also a successful writer and director, having just co-wrote and directed the hit musical 'Ghostlight', which premiered at Off-Broadway's Signature Theatre starring Rachel York, Michael Hayden, and Tony Award winner Daisy Eagan.

Tim is still acting in various stage productions, but is heavily pursing other writing and directing projects as well.

Tim graduated with honors from Five Towns College where he received his B.F.A. in Acting.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (18)

Acted opposite "Dawson's Creek" star Monica Keena in a play in New York City. Tim played Monica's brother.
Was asked by Oscar winner Kevin Kline to sit in the back of the room in costume during the filming of certain classroom scenes in "The Emperor's Club" when the other actors were dismissed and the camera was focused only on Kline. Kline told director Michael Hoffman that Tim's focus and acting skills gave him inspiration during the classroom speeches.
Went to the same high school as Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei.
Shares a birthday with singer Gloria Estefan, Broadway performer Shoshana Bean, and comedienne/actress Lily Tomlin.
Was strongly considered for the role of A.J. Soprano on HBO's hit series "The Sopranos."
Appeared on Nickelodeon's 'The Big Help' in 1994 and 1997.
Had to turn down major roles in the television series "Ugly Betty" as well as the film "We Own The Night" (2007) due to a previous theatrical commitment that he could not break.
The first show that Tim ever appeared in was "The Music Man" at Brooklyn's Heights Players. Tim played the role of Winthrop Paroo and he still admits that it changed his life.
The first show he ever attended on Broadway was "Into the Woods." Ironically, Tim starred in "Into the Woods" 16 years later at college.
Went to Junior High School with actress Michelle Trachtenberg. At that time they also shared the same theatrical manager.
Went to high school with actress Zoe Lister Jones.
Went to college with Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter Chrisette Michele. They shared the stage together many times.
Offered a principal role on an upcoming television pilot. [March 2006]
Graduated from Five Towns College with a B.F.A. in Acting. [May 2006]
Rehearsing for "Kiss Me, Kate" which opens at the end of March. [March 2006]
Playing the role Boyet in 'Love's Labour's Lost' for Shakespeare in the Park(ing) Lot Off-Broadway in New York City. [July 2010]
Playing Antigonus in "The Winter's Tale Project", a new rock musical based on Shakespeare's play at Off-Broadway's Village Theatre in New York City (opens August 12th, 2007) [July 2007]
Currently starring as Fred Graham/Petruchio in the musical "Kiss Me, Kate" at the Dix Hills Center for Performing Arts in New York. [February 2006]

Personal Quotes (4)

"I actually almost turned down my role in The Emperor's Club. It was between the film and a play that I wanted to do. Ultimately, I definitely made the right decision. Working with Kevin Kline was like a master class in acting. He is the most amazing actor and person, truly one of the smartest people I've ever met. I cherish every moment that I spent on that set." (Excerpt from interview with The Bay News 2002)
[on the music of 'Ghostlight'] The Act I closer, "The Shepherd," is very much a musical nervous breakdown, which - let's face it - is just a lot of fun to write. We encompassed many melodies that the audience has already heard throughout the first act. Our lead character, Olive, is dealing with an affair, an unfulfilled marriage and a downward spiral into drugs and alcohol. She is confused and we believe the music really reflects that. (Excerpt from interview with The New York Times - September 2011)
[when asked what songs from other musicals he wish he'd written] Stephen Sondheim's 'Moments in the Woods' from 'Into the Woods' and 'Around the World' from 'Grey Gardens,' by Scott Frankel and Michael Korie. Both have such vivid lyrics, with whimsical and original rhyme schemes, which are paramount. (Excerpt from interview with The New York Times - September 2011)
[on 'Ghostlight'] If even one person leaves the theatre affected by the piece or moved by her story, then we've done our job. (Excerpt from interview with Emerging Artists)

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