Tim is originally from Jerseyville, one of the many towns in Illinois that is not Chicago. He graduated from Drake University in Des Moines, IA, with a degree in public relations that he used for a frighteningly short amount of time. However, he continues to relate to the public in a strictly non-professional capacity.
While at Drake, he discovered his passion for improvisational comedy and founded the college’s first improv comedy troupe – DICEY (Drake Improv Comedy Experiment, Yo). Upon graduation, he moved to Chicago to study and perform improv and sketch comedy.
He performed two critically-acclaimed revues on The Second City e.t.c. stage: Apes of Wrath and Soul Brother, Where Art Thou? He is also an alumnus of The Second City Touring Company and has performed in The Second City Guide to the Opera, The Second City Improv All-Stars, Baby Wants Candy, The Beatbox, and in shows at iO Chicago (The Improvised Shakespeare Company, Musical Armando) and ComedySportz. You might have seen him in videos for The Onion, the webseries Game Bros or on Chicago Fire and Sirens. He also provides the voice for DQ the elf on the comedy podcast Hello From the Magic Tavern. He loves superheroes, video games, his wife Rebecca and his dog Captain Trond (not necessarily in that order).
He is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and Actors’ Equity.
Now a resident of Los Angeles, Tim can be seen as a writer/performer on the new season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 on Netflix.