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Heidecker in November 2017
Timothy Richard Heidecker

(1976-02-03) February 3, 1976 (age 47)
Occupation(s)Comedian, writer, director, actor, musician
Years active1996–present
Marilyn Porayko
(m. 2007)
Website timheidecker.com

Timothy Richard Heidecker ( /ˈhdɛkər/ ; born February 3, 1976) is an American comedian, writer, director, actor, and musician. Along with Eric Wareheim, he is a member of the comedy duo Tim & Eric.


He has also appeared in films, including Bridesmaids (2011), Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie (2012), The Comedy (2012), Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), and Us (2019). He currently co-hosts the parodic film review web series On Cinema and stars in the comedy series Decker alongside Gregg Turkington and hosts a weekly call-in show, Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker, [1] with DJ Douggpound and Vic Berger.

Early life and education

Timothy Richard Heidecker was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1976. [2] He attended and graduated from Allentown Central Catholic High School in Allentown, and then attended Temple University in Philadelphia, where he met his comedy partner Eric Wareheim. [3]



Heidecker and Wareheim created, wrote, and starred in Tom Goes to the Mayor , a limited animation series that aired from November 2004 to September 2006 on Adult Swim. Heidecker plays Tom, the protagonist of the show who continually brings his ideas to the Mayor (played by Wareheim) only to have them thwarted in most cases, leaving Tom worse off than when he started. According to their website, Wareheim and Heidecker had mailed copies of an early version of the show to comedian Bob Odenkirk, who agreed to take on the project as the executive producer of the series and sold it to Adult Swim. [4]

The duo's second show, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! , premiered in 2007, on Adult Swim. They also created and starred in Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie , and appeared together as debt collectors on the Adult Swim special Young Person's Guide to History and have made guest appearances in the movie Let's Go to Prison , as well as the Scottish video game series VideoGaiden and a Version 2 episode of Mega64 . [5] Heidecker also had a small role in the 2011 film Bridesmaids , and a leading role in the 2012 independent drama The Comedy , directed by Rick Alverson and also starring Wareheim. In July 2012, Heidecker starred in an episode of Workaholics . In 2012, he guest starred in Dinosaur Jr.'s music video "Watch the Corners." [6] In the same year, Heidecker made a cameo appearance on the independent movie reviewing site, Red Letter Media. Heidecker appeared in an episode of the RedLetterMedia series, "Half in The Bag." The episode is titled "Season Finale: Step Up Revolution." Within the short sketch comedy, Heidecker plays a VCR repairman named "Tim". Shortly after his introduction into the scene, he flies through the ceiling and makes his exit from the skit. [7]

Heidecker starred in a series of films for Absolut Vodka's website with Wareheim and Zach Galifianakis. In 2010, Heidecker and Wareheim directed a series of Old Spice commercials starring actor Terry Crews. Using characters and skits from Awesome Show, Heidecker and Wareheim (via their Abso Lutely Productions company) created an online-only show called "Tim and Eric Nite Live!," originally broadcast on the website SuperDeluxe.

Since 2012, Heidecker has hosted a parodic web series and podcast called On Cinema , where he and special guest (Gregg Turkington) discuss films from past and present. In 2013 an On Cinema Film Guide app was released, featuring the voices of Heidecker and Turkington reviewing over 17,000 films. Heidecker, Wareheim, Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, and Reggie Watts announced on the podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! that they were starting a comedy YouTube channel called Jash.

Since 2016, Heidecker has hosted the podcast and web series Office Hours Live along with Vic Berger and Doug Lussenhop. It features phone and video calls with fans, comedians, musicians, and political commentators. [8]

The duo's anthology horror series, Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories , aired on Adult Swim from 2014 to 2017. A sitcom starring the duo, Beef House , premiered in March 2020.

On October 23, 2020, Heidecker released his first stand-up comedy special, An Evening With Tim Heidecker , on YouTube. Filmed in the style of a typical standup special, Heidecker's special is a parody of the format in which he deliberately plays a hack stand-up comic. [9]


Heidecker performing in Tim & Eric in October 2009 TimHeidecker(by Scott Dudelson).jpg
Heidecker performing in Tim & Eric in October 2009

Heidecker played in various indie rock bands while in Philadelphia. He made an appearance in the 2008 Ben Folds and Regina Spektor music video titled "You Don't Know Me".

Although Davin Wood composed the music for Awesome Show, Heidecker would sometimes sing and write lyrics. Williams Street Records released both Awesome Record, Great Songs! and Uncle Muscles Presents Casey and His Brother in 2008, featuring music from the first two seasons. Wood previously composed the music for Tom Goes to the Mayor, and he and Heidecker form the duo Heidecker & Wood. Inspired by 1970s soft rock, they released their first album, Starting from Nowhere, on March 15, 2011. [10] The duo released a second album in the same style on November 12, 2013, Some Things Never Stay the Same. They cite the influence of Randy Newman, Warren Zevon, Harry Nilsson, and Boz Scaggs. [11]

In 2012, Heidecker contributed a parody campaign jingle for Herman Cain's presidential bid titled "Cain Train". [12] This was the first of nine songs which would eventually become a full album, titled Cainthology: Songs in the Key of Cain. All of the proceeds from the album's sales go to benefit the Violence Intervention Program. [13] The number nine was chosen as the number of songs, and $9.99 the original price, in reference to Herman Cain's 9-9-9 financial plan.

Before the release of Bob Dylan's album Tempest in September 2012, Heidecker released a Dylan pastiche called "Titanic", spoofing the news that the album would feature a 14-minute track about the RMS Titanic. [14] In 2013, he released two more Dylan parodies—"Running Out the Clock", inspired by Dylan's 1983 album Infidels , and "Long Black Dress", a song in the actual style of Dylan's album Tempest—and collaborated with the indie band The Earth is a Man on a cover of Dylan's "All the Tired Horses."

In 2013, Heidecker released the album Urinal St. Station under the Drag City label with his band, The Yellow River Boys. [15] The lead single, "Hot Piss", was released in June 2013. [16] Vice Magazine named Urinal St. Station as the best album of 2013. [17]

Heidecker and Davin Wood composed and performed the song "Weatherman" which was used in the 2014 film The Age of Reason.

In June 2014, Heidecker and Wareheim released a 12" single, "Jambalaya", as Pusswhip Banggang. [18]

Heidecker's solo album In Glendale was released in May 20, 2016, on Rado Records.

He released Too Dumb for Suicide: Tim Heidecker's Trump Songs via Jagjaguwar on November 8, 2017, a year to the date since Trump's presidential victory. [19]

In August 2020, Heidecker announced Fear of Death , a concept album featuring members of Foxygen, The Lemon Twigs, and Weyes Blood, slated for release on September 25 from Spacebomb Records. [20]

Heidecker's sixth album, High School, was released June 24, 2022, on Spacebomb Records [21] followed by a supporting North American tour. [22]

Personal life

Heidecker is married to actress Marilyn Porayko. [23] [24] [25] [26] They have a daughter born in 2013 [27] and a son born in 2016. [28]

Heidecker joined the Democratic Socialists of America in June 2018. [29] He has described himself as both an atheist and an agnostic. [30]



2001 The Attic Expeditions OrderlyFilm debut
2006 Let's Go to Prison Wine TasterWith Eric Wareheim
2011 Terri Mr. Flemisch
Bridesmaids Dougie
2012 The Comedy Swanson
The Five-Year Engagement Chef
Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie Tim Writer
2014 A Merry Friggin' Christmas Dave
2015 Vacation Utah Cop
Fantastic Four Mr. Richards
Entertainment The CelebrityCo-writer
2016 First Girl I Loved Mr. Quibodeaux
2017 Brigsby Bear Coach Brad
Kuso Phil
Flower Bob
Sundowners Tom
2018 Ant-Man and the Wasp Captain Daniel Gooobler
2019 Us Josh Tyler / Tex
Mister America Tim HeideckerWriter
Producer [31] [32] [33]
2021Some of Our StallionsDr. Thrush
2022 Spin Me Round Fran
The People's Joker Perry White Voice
2023 First Time Female Director TBAPost-production
TBA Y2K TBAFilming


2004 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Basketball (voice)Episode: "Hypno-Germ"
2004–2006 Tom Goes to the Mayor Tom Peters (voice) Writer
2007–2010 Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Tim Heidecker / Various rolesWriter
2007 Acceptable TV Mood Swing Cosby (voice)Episode: "Kosbees"
2008Young Person's Guide to HistoryDebt CollectorTV special
2008–2010 The Sarah Silverman Program FrancesEpisodes: "I Thought My Dad Was Dead, But It Turns Out He's Not"
"A Slip Slope"
2010–2016 Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule Jan SkylarWriter
2010–2011 Funny or Die Presents VariousWriter
2011 Jon Benjamin Has a Van Mosham the Alien LawyerEpisode: "Stardoor"
The Simpsons Amus Bruse (voice)Episode: "The Food Wife"
2011–2014 Bob's Burgers Burt Dellalucci / various (voice)3 episodes
2012 Workaholics Reverend TroyEpisode: "The Lord's Force"
2012–2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Phil Gorsley2 episodes
2013 Kroll Show JasonEpisode: "Secret Room"
Eastbound & Down [34] Gene8 episodes
2013–2017 Tim & Eric's Bedtime Stories VariousWriter
2013, 2014 Drunk History Max Schmeling / Cop2 episodes
2014 Community Male Four #1Episode: "App Development and Condiments"
The Birthday Boys Mill OwnerEpisode: "Plight of the Working Class"
2015 Man Seeking Woman BartenderEpisode: "Pitbull"
Another Period Hal CarnegieEpisode: "Funeral"
W/ Bob & David Executive producer
2016 Fresh Off the Boat Mr. JenkinsEpisode: "Phil's Phaves"
2016–2017 Decker Jack DeckerWriter
2017 Jeff & Some Aliens Bruce Starr (voice)Episode: "Jeff & Some Confidence"
Portlandia Ant GuyEpisode: "Ants"
Clarence Tim / Teddy / Damien Dawson (voice)Episode: "Rock Show"
Animals Stan (voice)Episode: "Rats"
2018 Pickle and Peanut Zip / additional voicesEpisode: "Black Light Bowling/90's Adventure Bear And The Coconut Helmet"
2019-2023 I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson Various3 episodes
Crank Yankers Brad
2019 A.P. Bio Greg Miller/BouvierEpisode: "Personal Everest"
Black Monday Not Milken #1Episode: "243"
2020 Beef House TimWriter
Moonbase 8 Professor Scott "Rook" SloanWriter
2021Ultra City Smiths [35] Mayor Kevin De Maximum (voice)5 episodes
Just Beyond DaleEpisode: "Parents Are From Mars, Kids Are From Venus"
2022 Our Flag Means Death DougEpisode: "Wherever You Go, There You Are "
Killing It Rodney Lamonca3 episodes
2023 Fired on Mars Darren Young (voice)main role

Web series

2006 Mega64 Mega64 Ragtime Jug BrotherEpisode: "Stranger"
2007 Clark and Michael Self-Defense Instructor
2012–present On Cinema at the Cinema Tim HeideckerWriter
2012 Half in the Bag Himself
2013Tim & Eric's Go Pro ShowWriter
Tim's Kitchen Tips
Dr. WareheimWriter
2014–2015 Decker Agent Jack Decker


2011–2019 Comedy Bang! Bang! Himself, Elton John, George Burns, Nick Nolte 15 episodes
2011–2013 On Cinema Tim HeideckerWriter
2013 How Did This Get Made? HimselfGuest commenter for The Odd Life of Timothy Green (Episode 54)
2016–2022 Chapo Trap House 4 episodes: 79, 150, 357, 629
2016–presentOffice Hours LIVECo-hosted with DJ Douggpound and Vic Berger [36]
2018 H3 Podcast Episode 82
2019 Hollywood Handbook Episode 284: "Tim Heidecker, Our Close Friend"
This Is BranchburgProducer8 episodes
2020 QAnon Anonymous HimselfEpisode 100: Mr. Nobody feat Tim Heidecker
2023Therapy GeckoHimself1 Episode [37] "TIM HEIDECKER GIVES ADVICE AS A GECKO"
2023CheapshowHimselfEpisode 359: Stars Over 45 [38]


2015On Cinema Film GuideTim Heideckerwriter



Studio albums
Compilation albums

The Tim Heidecker Masterpiece

Tim & Eric

Heidecker & Wood

The Yellow River Boys


Stand-up special

Awards and honors

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