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Timothy Boardman (born May 23, 1996) is an American actor, singer, and dancer. He is best known for portraying Miles Walton in Miles , [1] John Ryan in Madam Secretary , and Dylan in The Wilde Wedding .


Early life

Boardman was born and raised in Fairfield, Connecticut, where he began performing at the age of 4. It was his mother and her twin sister singing in church that first inspired him to pursue his love of the arts.


Boardman worked alongside Glenn Close and John Malkovich in Damian Harris' The Wilde Wedding (2017). He starred in Miles as Miles with Molly Shannon and Paul Reiser, which premiered in 2016. [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] He also appears in Tina Fey's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix as Dylan [8] and Madam Secretary as John Ryan on CBS. [9]


2015 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Dylan
2016 Madam Secretary John Ryan
2016 Miles Miles Walton
2017 The Wilde Wedding Dylan

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