Tim Harrod

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Tim Harrod
BornTim Harrod
May 25, 1968 (1968-05-25) (age 55)
Lynnfield, Massachusetts
Notable works The Onion and Late Night with Conan O'Brien
RelativesDonald Harrod

Tim Harrod (born May 25, 1968) is an American comedy writer and actor, known for Late Night with Conan O'Brien , The Onion , 58th Primetime Emmy Awards, and Golden Age (2006).


The Early years

Harrod acted with the improvisational franchise ComedySportz, in Ann Arbor, Michigan 1987–1989. He acted with the West Bloomfield, Michigan Comedy Sports in 1991–92. He also worked extensively in stand-up comedy, in a two-person act with Tim Pryor (a member of the first cast of Second City, Detroit, and a ComedySportz veteran).





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