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Timothy Simons Biography
Timothy Simons, born Timothy Charles Simons is an American actor and comedian best known for his role as Jonah Ryan on the HBO television series Veep. His other notable film credits include Inherent Vice and The Interview.
Timothy Simons Age
Timothy was born on 12 June 1978 in Readfield, Maine, United States. He is 40 years old as at 2018. He was raised in the same town of birth. He resides in Los Angeles, California, U.S. Simons is an American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Timothy Simons Height
The American actor stands at a height of 6 feet 5 inches (1.92 m). He has a notable height, thus why he was featured in an episode of the show Best Friends Forever called “Tall Guy.” Simons has a Dark-Brown hair.Timothy Simons Photo
Timothy Simons Family | Brother
He is the son of Susan and Ron Simons. His siblings are; Don Simons (brother) who is a mucisian and Lacy Simmons (sister) who runs a Hello Hello Books in Rockland.
Timothy Simons Wife | Annie Simons
He has been married to Annie Simons since June 7, 2008. Timothy and Annie Simons are one of the inspiring families which seem able to withstand the pressures of life in the entertainment industry. They have two children together.
Timothy Simons Children
He has twins (a girl and a boy) born in December 2011.
Timothy Simons Education
Timothy graduated from Maranacook High School in 1996. He then joined University of Maine at Orono in which he graduated in 2001 with a degree in theater. In addition, he studied at the prestigious Upright Citizens Brigade in 2009.
Timothy Simons Career
Timothy worked hard to be what he is today. He’s done a lot of movies like Days Together, Beneath The Harvest Sky, Draft Day, Flock of Dudes, Interview, Inherent Vice, and Goosebumps. The film Days Together was released in 2010 while Beneath The Harvest Sky was released in 2013.
The interview released in 2014 and Goosebumps released in 2015. Draft Day published in April 2014 and Flock Of Dudes . The film Inherent Vice was released in October 2014. But among all the roles he’s played in the movies, his best role is that he’s playing in Veep the TV series.
Timothy Simons Movies And TV Shows
2010 Days Together(citation needed) Bartender at R Bar
2013 Beneath the Harvest Sky Dayton
2014 Draft Day Marx
2014 Inherent Vice Agent Borderline
2014 The Interview Malcolm
2015 Digging for Fire Yoga Couple
2015 Goosebumps Officer Stevens
2016 Christine Steve Turner
2016 The Boss Stephan
2016 Flock of Dudes Butler
2016 Gold Jeff Jackson
2018 Irreplaceable You Dominic
2018 Ralph Breaks the Internet Butcher Boy (voice)
2019 Yes, God, Yes Father Murphy
TBA Extracurricular Activities Cliff Dawkins
2019 Big Hero 6: The Series as Supersonic Stu (voice)
2019 Looking For Alaska as The Eagle
2018-2019 Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as Huginn (voice)
2018 Future Man as Scientist
2017 Easy as Whitman
2017 Drop the Mic as Himself
2015 Stone Quackers as Various voices
2012–present Veep as Jonah Ryan
2012 Best Friends Forever as Tall Guy
Timothy Simons Net Worth
Currently, Timothy is getting a good payment from his career which is regularly boosting his net worth. The American actor has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Timothy Simons Paul Scheer
Paul Scheer is his co- actor on the HBO comedy Veep. In 2018, Scheer won a SAG award for his work on Veep.
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‘Veep’ Star Timothy Simons on How to Cope With an Acting Addiction
Timothy Simons is nothing like his character on “Veep”—well, except for the generous use of profanity. His “In the Envelope” podcast interview is as kind-hearted and full of career advice as it is eloquently explicit.
Long before scoring the biggest of big breaks as Jonah Ryan on HBO’s Emmy-winning political comedy created by Armando Iannucci and starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Simons grew up in rural Maine, a middle child and class clown with, as he puts it, a bottomless need for attention. He describes his years working in theater and commercials—browsing Backstage casting notices aplenty—in Chicago and Los Angeles, eventually working on a Will Ferrell movie in a scene that was subsequently cut. “Your timeline of success is different from everybody else’s so do not judge your own success based on anybody else’s,” he says, discussing the likelihood of failure and rejection in the biz. “I know that’s hard to do. I still do it. Trust me, I still do it!”
Simons also describes in great detail the anxieties of both his audition for “Veep,” during which he met eventual co-star Tony Hale, and his panic-stricken first day on set. His background in theater ensemble work prepared him for Iannucci and Louis-Dreyfus’ scripted-yet-improvised style, which over six seasons has earned “Veep” a whopping 17 Emmy Awards and a Screen Actors Guild ensemble cast award. Its final season began March 31, meaning we all must soon bid farewell to Selina Meyer and her hapless, foulmouthed cohorts.