Timmy Lenox

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Timmy Lenox
Passions character
Josh Ryan Evans as Timmy Lenox
Portrayed by Josh Ryan Evans
First appearanceJuly 9, 1999
Last appearanceAugust 12, 2002
Created by James E. Reilly
Book appearances Hidden Passions
In-universe information
Parents Tabitha Lenox (creator)

Timmy Lenox is a fictional character from the NBC/DirecTV daytime drama Passions portrayed by Josh Ryan Evans. The actor died of a congenital heart defect the same day his character Timmy died on the show and donated his heart to Charity Standish. [1]


Notable storylines

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Timmy and Tabitha enjoy Martimmys

Timmy was originally a doll created by the town witch Tabitha Lenox as a sidekick in her various evil schemes against the people of Harmony. However, Timmy has a good heart and comes to love Charity Standish, a main target of Tabitha's evil, for her innocence and kindness.

Timmy, who wants to be a real boy, has that wish granted by the Little Angel Girl in January 2002. [2] Timmy later dies on August 5, 2002, unable to heal from the injuries inflicted by Zombie Charity.


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