20 Questions With
Born- Detriot, MI
Lives- Hamilton Heights, NYC
Occupation- Actor/Tour Guide
New York, NY
1. If you could visit one place, where would it be?
London, England. It's always been fascinating to me.
2. If you could have dinner with one person, dead or alive, who would it be?
David Belasco, he had such an interesting life, it would be great to sit down and talk to him about it.
3. If you could have an endless supply of any food, what would you get?
4. What's your irrational fear?
That I'll end up single for the rest of my life.
5. What's your favorite word?
On tour, I use it way too much. I say everything is "Beautiful" or, this is my "Favorite".
6. What would your tombstone say?
Here lies Tim.
Lover of stories, teller of stories.
7. What was your favorite subject in school?
I had two; theater and math.
8. If you had to describe yourself in 3 words, what would they be?
Fun, Educated, and Cool.
9. Do you read your horoscope?
Not religiously, but if there's a newspaper I'll glance at it.
10. What's your favorite candy, or sweet?
11. What movie could you watch over and over again?
This is sad...Sister Act.
12. If you could choose one age to be forever, what age would you pick?
Up until this point, I guess I would say 25.
13. What's your favorite board game?
Not technically a board game, but Bananagrams.
14. Which of your five senses is most important to you?
Sight, most important, since when I'm doing tours that's the main thing we're taking in.
15. Chocolate or Vanilla?
As a flavor, Vanilla.
16. What attribute do you find most attractive in others?
A sense of humor.
17. Did you have a nickname when you were a kid?
18. Who is your celebrity crush?
19. What's the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word "fun"?
Friends and beer pong and all those things combined.
20. What's the best advice you've ever received?
He didn't deliver it directly to me, but I heard Jesse Tyler Fergeson say, "If you think of the business as going to auditions and classes and when you're in a show, that's the fun part. Thinking of the rest as a job helps rearrange how you attack the business."