Timothy John Smith (actor)

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Timothy John Smith is a stage and screen actor. He has appeared in the films Central Intelligence , [1] The Equalizer and The Judge . He has done extensive stage work in Boston [2] and New York. In 2014, The New York Times praised him for his "intelligent, sensitive performance" in the off-broadway play On a Stool at the End of the Bar. [3] In 2022, he toured the United States playing Cal and understudying Joe in the national tour of the stage musical Waitress. [4]


A 2001 graduate of the Trinity Rep Conservatory, Smith has appeared in dozens of regional productions in New England and across the country. His turn as Bill Sikes in Trinity Rep's 2014 production of Oliver! drew rave reviews. [5] He has played major roles in numerous other regional theater musicals including Annie (Daddy Warbucks), [6] Les Misérables (Jean Valjean), [7] Man of La Mancha (Don Quixote) [8] and Jerry Springer: The Opera (Satan). [9]

As of 2016, he resides in New Jersey.[ citation needed ]


2016 Central Intelligence Agent Nick CooperFilm
2014 The Equalizer Detective GillyFilm
2014 The Judge "Both Ways" BobbyFilm
2013RegretIgorShort film
2016 The Blacklist Gabriel StockwellTV series, episode #103, "Alistair Pitt"
2016 The Mysteries of Laura Richie EnzioTV series, season 2, episode 16
2007Revolution in Boston James OtisHistory Channel Documentary
2006Greatest Stories Never ToldHost (20 episodes)History Channel Web Shorts

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