Tim Kubart

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Tim Kubart
Also known asTambourine Guy
Born (1984-07-25) July 25, 1984 (age 38)
Occupation(s)Actor, musician
Website timkubart.com

Tim Kubart (born July 25, 1984) is an American actor and musician.



In 2016, Kubart won the Grammy Award for Best Children's Album for his album Home. [1] [2] Kubart was the host of Sprout's Sunny Side Up, [3] which in 2015 enjoyed a guest appearance from Michelle Obama. [4] He is also known as the energetic Tambourine Guy, a long running cast member of Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox. [3]

In May 2018, Kubart released a children's book titled Oopsie-Do, illustrated by Lori Richmond. [5] In September 2018, he released the album Building Blocks. [6]



2009Why George?Chinese Food Delivery Boy
2011What Happens NextYoung PaulUncredited
2014Grand StreetFratboy


2005 As the World Turns Max2 episodes
2007 Law & Order: SVU KevinEpisode: "Dependent"
2007 Guiding Light Wyatt2 episodes
2009–2010Haute & BotheredSpencer4 episodes
2013–2016 The Sunny Side Up Show Tim92 episodes

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