Tim Quill

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Tim Quill
Born(1962-10-18)October 18, 1962
DiedSeptember 25, 2017(2017-09-25) (aged 54)

Tim Quill (October 18, 1962 - September 25, 2017) Born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware, Quill relocated to New York City in the 1980s to pursue acting, and was trained at the William Esper Acting Studio.


Quill made his debut in the Vietnam War set Hamburger Hill playing the role of Pvt. Joe Beletsky, following it up with roles in the films Listen to Me , Hiding Out , Next of Kin, and Argo .[ citation needed ]

Quill made numerous appearances in various television series including Miami Vice (episode 5x18), in 1989, ER in 1997, and a recurring role as Lt. Mason Painter in JAG .[ citation needed ] He appeared in the Sliders episode, Prophets and Loss (1998).

Quill died of cancer on September 25, 2017, at the age of 54. He is survived by his son, and predeceased by his wife Lisa Casanova Quill, who had died at age 46, seven years before of breast cancer. They were interred at Wilmington & Brandywine Cemetery in Wilmington. [1] [2]


1987 Hamburger Hill Pvt. Joe Beletsky
1987 Hiding Out Kevin O'Roarke
1989 Listen to Me Garson McKellar
1989 Staying Together Brian McDermott
1989 Next of Kin T.V. Reporter
1990The CloserChet Grant
1997 Touch Me Michael
2003Becoming MartyBob
2004 The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story Brent Rocha
2005 2001 Maniacs
2007 A Plumm Summer Wayne Dubois
2012 Argo Alan Sosa

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