Timothy Collins Griffin
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Tim Griffin is an American film and television actor best known for his roles in Grey's Anatomy , Prime Suspect , Covert Affairs and Wayward Pines .
Griffin was raised in Chicago, Illinois.He studied English and political philosophy at the University of Vermont.
Often dubbed "the actor who is in everything"Griffin has had an extensive career in television and film. Some of his film credits include Cloverfield , Leatherheads , The Men Who Stare at Goats , A Better Life , American Sniper , Super 8 , Abduction and Central Intelligence .
A few of his more notable television roles are Adam Hassler on Wayward Pines ,Ron Kellaher on Aquarius , Ronny O'Malley on Grey's Anatomy , Seth Newman on Covert Affairs and Detective Augie Blando on Prime Suspect .
Griffin is married to Alicia Carr, they have two children.
|1991||For the Very First Time||TV movie|
|1995||Higher Learning||Orientation Advisor|
|1997||Lover Girl||Wright Herman|
|2000||Wind River||Nick Wilson (older)|
|2000||Boys and Girls||Timmy|
|2004||The Bourne Supremacy||John Nevins|
|2005||Kids in America||Tony|
|2007||Backyards & Bullets||Det. Rick Coombs||TV movie|
|2008||Cloverfield||Command Center Officer|
|2008||Iron Man||CAOC Analyst|
|2009||Star Trek||Kelvin Engineer|
|2009||The Men Who Stare at Goats||Tim Kootz|
|2011||A Better Life||Juvie Officer|
|2014||Not Safe for Work||Hitman|
|2014||American Sniper||Colonel Gronski|
|2015||The Gift||Kevin 'KK' Keelor|
|2016||Central Intelligence||Agent Stan Mitchell|
|2017||Extortion||Chief of Mission Sweeney|
|2022||Arctic Void (film)||Alan Meursault|
|1989||ABC Afterschool Special||Matthew Robinson||1 episode (Season 17, Episode 4)|
|1989||In the Heat of the Night||Jon Conlan||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 3)|
|1990||Hunter||Gil Reynolds||1 episode (Season 6, Episode 10)|
|1990||Who's the Boss?||Gene||1 episode (Season 6, Episode 18)|
|1990||China Beach||Tommy||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 20)|
|1992||Parker Lewis Can't Lose||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 6)|
|1992||Empty Nest||Ruffian #2||1 episode (Season 5, Episode 7)|
|1993||Against the Grain||Mark||Recurring Role; 4 episodes (Season 1, Episodes 1, 3, 4, 6)|
|1994||Saved by the Bell: The College Years||Jason||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 14)|
|1994||Dead at 21||Devin||1 episode|
|1995||Weird Science||Rod||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 8)|
|1996||Cybill||Frat Guy #1||1 episode (Season 2, Episode 15)|
|1996||Sliders||Jacob||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 3)|
|1997||Pacific Blue||Nicky Mink||1 episode (Season 2, Episode 22)|
|1997||Walker, Texas Ranger||Bart Valen||Recurring Role; 2 episodes (Season 5, Episodes 16, 26)|
|1998||Honolulu CRU||TV pilot|
|1998||Party of Five||Richie Grayson||Recurring role; 2 episodes (Season 5, Episodes 8–9)|
|1999||Seven Days||Tom Boxdollar||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 11)|
|2000||Charmed||The Rabbit||1 episode (Season 2, Episode 13)|
|2001||Family Law||Bill Deverell||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 11)|
|2002||JAG||1 episode (Season 7, Episode 16)|
|2003||7th Heaven||Cop||1 episode (Season 8, Episode 8)|
|2004||The Guardian||John Rose||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 19)|
|2005||Medical Investigation||Detective Chris Leinberger||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 15)|
|2005||24||Agent Baron||1 episode (Season 4, Episode 14)|
|2005||The Closer||Roy Barnes||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 12)|
|2005–2007||Grey's Anatomy||Ronny O'Malley||Recurring role; 5 episodes (Season 2, Episode 9) (Season 3, Episodes 8, 10–12)|
|2006||NCIS||Marine Sgt. Malcolm Porter||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 14)|
|2006||ER||Captain John Evans||Recurring role; 2 episodes (Season 12, Episodes 21–22)|
|2006||The Unit||Morgan Eliot||1 episode (Season 2, Episode 4)|
|2007||Women's Murder Club||Dennis Iverson||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 4)|
|2008||CSI: Miami||Commander Briggs||1 episode (Season 6, Episode 20)|
|2008||Bones||Pete Steckel||1 episode (Season 4, Episode 2)|
|2008||Cold Case||Asst. Coach Walters '73||1 episode (Season 6, Episode 1)|
|2009||Lie to Me||Principal Castle||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 1)|
|2010||Big Love||Ralph||1 episode (Season 4, Episode 1)|
|2010||The Defenders||Agent Reese||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 10)|
|2010||Outlaw||Officer Daniel Hale||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 2)|
|2011–2012||Prime Suspect||Detective Augie Blando||Main cast; (Season 1, Episodes 1–13)|
|2012||Vegas||Lt. Norman Kemp||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 8)|
|2012–2013||Covert Affairs||Seth Newman||Recurring role; 7 episodes (Season 3, Episodes 10–13) (Season 4, Episodes 2–3, 6)|
|2013||Burn Notice||Frank Westen||1 episode (Season 7, Episode 7)|
|2013||Grimm||Mr. Keary||1 episode (Season 3, Episode 6) "Stories We Tell Our Young"|
|2014||How to Get Away with Murder||AUSA Caleb Abernathy||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 4)|
|2014||NCIS: Los Angeles||Unit Leader||1 episode (Season 6, Episode 5)|
|2014–2015||The Mentalist||Ken Spackman||Recurring role; 2 episodes (Season 7, Episodes 1, 8)|
|2015||Castle||Spalding Elliot||1 episode (Season 7, Episode 11)|
|2015–2016||Wayward Pines||Adam Hassler||Main cast|
|2015–2016||Aquarius||Ron Kellaher||Recurring role, 6 episodes|
|2017||APB||Isaac Hunter||1 episode (Season 1, Episode 4)|
|2017||Chance||Frank Lambert||Recurring role, 7 Episodes|
|2017-2018||Valor||Davis Goundry||Recurring role, 5 Episodes|
|2018-2019||NCIS: New Orleans||Avery Walker||Recurring role, 4 episodes|
|2019||Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television||Clancy||1 episode (Season 2, Episode 7)|
|2019||True Detective||Special Agent Burt Diller||Recurring role, 4 episodes|
|2019||Young Sheldon||Clint Watson||1 episode (Season 2, Episode 20)|
|2021/2||The Resident||Nate||1 episode (Season 4, Episode 7)|
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