Sunday 16 July 2017

Timothy Omundson

Timothy is a gifted and skilled American actor. He is notable for his performances such as the character of Sean Potter in CBS Television series in Judging Army, Eli on Xena: Warrior Princess, Carlton Lassiter in Psych, King Richard in Galavant, and Cain in Supernatural. Timothy has also worked in movies such as Dead of Night, Disappearance of Kevin Johnson, Starship Troopers, The Luck of Irish, Swordfish, Down With Love, Mission Impossible III, Crazy, 25 Hill, Voltron: The End, Woody Woodpecker etc. Other than these, he has also appeared in other television serials such as John Doe, Deadwood, CSI: Miami, Criminal Minds, 24, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Jericho, Boston Legal, Cold Case, Human Target, Hot in Cleveland, Lucifer etc. 

Timothy Omundson Religion

He was born in Missouri and raised in Seattle, Washington. His father was a former railroad man and mother a teacher. Given the background he was born and raised in, it is quite conclusive that Timothy is a Christian by faith.

Timothy Omundson Political Views

Timothy hasn't expressed his views about any political affiliation or preferences in the ideologies of any single political party as of now. There are also no records of any political or charitable activity that he has undertaken. 

Who is he/she dating?

Timothy is married to Allison and he lives in the Hollywood lives with her and their children. 

Timothy Omundson Hobbies

At the age of 12 itself, Timothy started studying at a theater and interned at the theaters throughout his high school. This demonstrates his passion for acting and drama which he rightly chose to be his career. He was even two-time champion at the Washington State Debate in Dramatic Interpretation. 

Interesting Facts

Timothy is dyslexic. 

He is good friends with English folk punk singer Frank Turner.

He has studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York.

Timothy graduated with Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Southern California.

He is said to have suffered a minor stroke in April 2017.