|Occupation(s)|| Television actor,|
Timothy Davis-Reed is an American film, television and theater actor.
Davis-Reed has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Syracuse University and studied acting with Charles Nelson Reilly and Arthur Storch. As a television actor, he was in all 45 episodes of the comedy Sports Night , 56 episodes of the political drama The West Wing , and 2 episodes of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip; all shows created by Aaron Sorkin.Davis-Reed also appeared in The West Wing reunion special A West Wing Special to Benefit When We All Vote. Davis-Reed also appeared in a variety of television shows such as Harry's Law, Monk, Scrubs, and Desperate Housewives.
As a film actor, Davis-Reed appeared in Material Girls , a comedy starring Hilary Duff and Haylie Duff. He also performed in the New York Shakespeare Festival with Angela Bassett.
Davis-Reed was an instructor at Syracuse University; teaching sections of freshman acting, stage combat, audition, scene study, and film classes and workshops.
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