Tim Cunningham

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Tim Cunningham
Occupation(s)Actor, baseball coach
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Tim Cunningham is an American actor and baseball coach. He is known for playing the recurring role of "Chuck" and "Tim" on 38 episodes of the American sitcom television series Cheers . [2] Cunningham guest-starred in television programs including Beverly Hills, 90210 , Remington Steele and Party of Five .



Cunningham served as a baseball coach in late–2000s. He replaced Mitch Miller and coached at the Harvard-Westlake School. [1] [3]



1981Side ShowMichael JanisTV movie
1999 Coming Soon Dr. Frank


1982–1993 Cheers Chuck/Greg/Tim38 episodes
1985 Alfred Hitchcock Presents Phil1 episode
1986 Remington Steele Doctor1 episode
1987 Roomies Professor Ludwin1 episode
1992 Beverly Hills, 90210 Bill Sloane1 episode
1999 Party of Five Officer1 episode

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  1. 1 2 "Cunningham Gets Baseball Job at Harvard-Westlake". Los Angeles Times . December 20, 2000. Retrieved May 9, 2021.
  2. Bjorklund, Dennis (September 2014). Cheers TV Show: A Comprehensive Reference. Praetorian Publishing. p. 133. ISBN   9780967985237 via Google Books.
  3. Henson, Steve (June 3, 2000). "Happy Days for Cunningham". Los Angeles Times . Retrieved May 9, 2021.