was born in the Bronx. He moved to Staten Island - another part
of NYC - at the age of four, where he attended grammar school
and began high school. There he played American football for
one of the premier teams in the country. He graduated from high
school in New Jersey, then from Villanova University, Pennsylvania.
Tim entered the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), where he studied
and worked mostly in Pennsylvania, Washington, DC, and New York.
Upon leaving the Jesuits, he returned to NYC, where he began
studying acting. During this time, with some friends he founded
a theatre company called, the Colony Theatre, which staged mostly
original works, including three of Tim's own plays. He was also
hired to do a play outside his company, which helped him to find
his first manager and agent. Then he made his first-ever trip
to Los Angeles, to take the opportunity of working in films and
there for about one month, and then returned a year later for
about three months, as he began to work in movies. Nevertheless, he
kept going back to NYC to run the theatre company for several years.
He's also been writing screenplays and directing movies and
documentaries since 2000.
Beside his acting
career, Tim recently prepared a Master's Degree in Theology and he's
currently the new media editor for the magazine First Things.
Motorcycle, Sports, Martial Arts, Dialects and Conversational Spanish.