Timothy Olyphant

Personal details

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The actor Timothy Olyphant was born on 20th May 1968. His star sign is Taurus. He was born in Hawaii, U.S. He resides in Los Angeles, California. Timothy went to Fred Beyer High School. He attended University of Southern California. He was a very keen tennis player. He went to the William Esper Studio. He is a producer by profession.

Timothy was born to Katherine and J.V. Bevan Olyphant. He has two brothers named Matthew and Andrew. His surname Olyphant is Scottish origin. Timothy belongs to German, Dutch, Scottish, English and Irish ancestry. He is of White ethnicity. Timothy has been married to Alexis Knief since 1991. He has been blessed with three kids named Vivian, Henry and Grace Katherine.

Career

Timothy Olyphant played Sheriff Seth Bullock in an HBO TV series Deadwood. He played Thomas Gabriel an action film Live Free or Die Hard in 2007. Timothy guest starred in the FX legal thriller TV series Damages. He starred in a thriller film A Perfect Gateway by David Twohy. Timothy played as a supporting villain in a romantic comedy film The Girl Next Door in 2004. Timothy played Raylan Givens (U.S. Marshal) in an FX crime drama TV series Justified. He starred in a horror comedy web TV series Santa Clarita Diet. Timothy was in a detective TV series 77 Sunset Strip by Roy Huggins. He starred in the premiere of a play based on an essay by David Sedaris titled Santaland Diaries at Atlantic Theatre Company. He portrayed a young director in a comedy film The First Wives Club. Timothy was in a CBS crime drama series Mr & Mrs Smith. He played Brett Farraday in the ABC police drama TV series High Incident. Timothy had a cameo role in a romantic comedy film A Life Less Ordinary. He had a supporting role in the HBO war film When Trumpets Fade. Timothy played as a drug dealer in a crime comedy film Go by Doug Liman. His supporting role credits include Head over Heels, Rock Star and Auggie Rose. He appeared in a horror TV series Night Visions aired on the Fox network. Timothy had a supporting role as Lieutenant Colonel in a war film Stop-Loss. He voiced a Cowboy in the video game Turok. Timothy was a sports reporter for Joe Escalante's morning radio show on Los Angeles indie 103.1. His film credits include Doppelganger, Rango, Dreamcatcher, Gone in 60 Seconds and No Vacancy. His TV credits include Sex and the City, My Name is Earl, Archer, The Mindy Project and The League. His theatre credits include Plunge, The Monogamist and Hold On To Me Darling.

Timothy won 3 awards and 20 nominations. He won Critic's Choice TV award for Best Guest actor in a comedy series for The Grinder (2015). Timothy was nominated four OFTA TV award. He won a Young Hollywood award for Best Bad Boy for Go (1999). Timothy has over 5k followers on Twitter. He has over 3k followers on Instagram. He has 248,980 likes and 242,687 followers on Facebook. Timothy has earned a Net worth of around $20 million.

27 Feb, 2018