Timm Sharp

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Timm Sharp
Born1978 (age 4546)
Occupation(s)Actor, screenwriter

Timm Sharp (born 1978) is an American actor and writer. He is known for his roles as Marshall Nesbitt in the Fox sitcom Undeclared , Doug Von Stuessen in the Fox sitcom 'Til Death , and Jim in the Starz comedy Blunt Talk , and Gabe Ugliano in the Disney+ fantasy series Percy Jackson and the Olympians .


Early life and education

Sharp is a native of Fargo, North Dakota. He attended Fargo North High School, and throughout school he studied at Trollwood Performing Arts program. Shortly after graduating high school, he moved to New York City to study acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.


Sharp portrayed Marshall Nesbitt on the 2001 Fox sitcom, Undeclared , starring alongside Seth Rogen, Charlie Hunnam, Jay Baruchel, Carla Gallo, and Monica Keena. [1] He had a recurring role on HBO's Six Feet Under , and the Fox series 'Til Death . Sharp then played Dougie in the HBO series Enlightened , created by Laura Dern and Mike White. Sharp replaced rapper-actor Mos Def in the comedy series shortly before filming began in 2010. [2] Sharp was also a regular on the Starz cable network series Blunt Talk .

Sharp is very active in the improv community in Los Angeles and has performed with the Upright Citizens Brigade.



2002 Stark Raving Mad Rikki Simms
2003 King of the Ants George
2005 Americano Ryan
2005 Aurora Borealis Hacksetter
2005 Kicking & Screaming Butcher Shop Employee
2005 Fun with Dick and Jane Jack's Assistant
2006 Friends with Money Richard
2007 After Sex Neil
2009 Imagine That Tod
2009StuntmenBill Taylor
2010Camera ObscuraChad
2013 Beneath the Harvest Sky Badger
2014 Alex of Venice Josh
2015The Dramatics: A ComedyJim
2015 The Breakup Girl Tim
2016 Rainbow Time Todd
2017 Handsome Lloyd Vanderwheel
2018 The New Romantic Ian Brooks
2019 Good Posture George
2021 Together Together Jacob
2022 Queenpins Gun Dealer


2000 Spin City Second ProtesterEpisode: "Airplane!"
2000 Madigan Men DiehornEpisode: "Bachelors"
2001 The Invisible Man Counter GuyEpisode: "Germ Theory"
2001–2002 Six Feet Under Andy4 episodes
2001–2003 Undeclared Marshall Nesbitt18 episodes
2002 Malcolm in the Middle DeanEpisode: "Forwards Backwards"
2003 The Handler JasonEpisode: "Off the Edge"
2004WeekendsGreg BrownTelevision film
2005 King of the Hill Sprinter / Man with Snake (voice)2 episodes
2005Early BirdEthan SummersTelevision film
2006 The Minor Accomplishments
of Jackie Woodman
Todd MudlarkEpisode: "Mudlarking"
2006Play NiceScottTelevision film
2007I'm in HellFisher
2007–2010 'Til Death Doug Von Stuessen31 episodes
20081%ScratchTelevision film
2011–2013 Enlightened Dougie Daniels15 episodes
2013 Go On Group LeaderEpisode: "Go Deep"
2013, 2015 Drunk History James T. McWilliams / Billy the Kid 2 episodes
2014 Revolution Gould
2014Mizz MiraculousDelTelevision film
2014BeefDJ Madbeatz
2014 Hot in Cleveland Zed2 episodes
2015 Kirby Buckets Larry ZantronEpisode: "Kirby's Choice"
2015 Newsreaders Donnovan Klipt2 episodes
2015–2016 Blunt Talk Jim20 episodes
2017ThreadbareLiam7 episodes
2017 One Mississippi Jack Hoffman4 episodes
2017 Channel Zero TomTelevision film
2018 One Day at a Time Nurse WallyEpisode: "Not Yet"
201830 and BookedTrint2 episodes
2018 Casual John5 episodes
2019 You're the Worst QuinnEpisode: "Zero Eggplants"
2019 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia GregEpisode: "The Gang Gets Romantic"
2019 Room 104 BrandonEpisode: "No Hospital"
2019–2020 Briarpatch Harold Snow5 episodes
2021 The Great North Greg (voice)Episode: "Period Piece Adventure"
2021 On the Verge William12 episodes
2022 The Conners Gale / RiverEpisode: "Peter Pan, The Backup Plan, Adventures in Babysitting, and A River Runs Through It"
2022 The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers Coach Toby4 episodes
2023–2024 Percy Jackson and the Olympians Gabe Ugliano4 episodes
TBA Apples Never Fall Monty FortinoUpcoming miniseries

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