Timothy Webber

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Timothy Webber is a Canadian television, film, and stage actor best known for his performance as Djordje in the film My Father's Angel , for which he was a Best Supporting Actor nominee at the 21st Genie Awards. [1] [2]



Webber's television roles have included Willie in War Brides , Cece Cooper in Arctic Air , [2] Jerome Robinsky in Men in Trees , Moon in Cedar Cove , [2] Harris Miller in North of 60 , [3] Desmond Cage in Cold Squad , Dutch in Black Harbour and The Apprentice in Once Upon a Time . On stage, his noted roles have included Slater in the debut production of Kent Stetson's Warm Wind in China. [4] He was also the voice for the laser pre-show in select IMAX theaters in Canada before certain movies were shown. He is a two-time Gemini Award nominee for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, garnering nominations at the 11th Gemini Awards for North of 60 and at the 14th Gemini Awards for Black Harbour, and was nominated for Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series in 1999 for Cold Squad. [5] [6]

Personal life

A graduate of Dalhousie University, [2] Webber has spent much of his career as an actor living and working in British Columbia. [2]



1979 The Prize Fighter Bradshaw
1980 Hog Wild Upperclassman II
1980 Terror Train Mo
1982 The Grey Fox Sergeant Fernie
1983 The Wars Corporal Bates
1984 The Hotel New Hampshire Wrench
1984 That's My Baby! Lewis
1985 Toby McTeague Edison Crowe
1985 One Magic Christmas Herbie Conklin
1986 The Wake Jim Whalen
1987 Nowhere to Hide Kevin
1987 John and the Missus Danny Boland
1988 The Moderns Stone's Business Associate
1989 Millennium Audio Technician
1990 Bethune: The Making of a Hero Reporter
1992 Leaving Normal Spicy's Friend
1992 North of Pittsburgh Lyman
1992 Impolite Prentice
1994 Intersection Truck Driver
1999In the Blue GroundHarris Miller
1999 My Father's Angel Djordje
2001 Ignition Suit #2
2002 Cypher Callaway
2003 One Last Dance Jerry
2005 Missing in America Mitchell
2007 Married Life Alvin Walters
2011 Afghan Luke Dr. Hinkley
2011 Rise of the Planet of the Apes Stan TimkoUncredited
2013A Fish StoryHank
2014 Seventh Son Malcom Ward
2017 War for the Planet of the Apes Ape Elder
2018RabbitDusty Kelly
2019 Light of My Life Lemmy


1980 War Brides WillieTelevision film
1983Cook & Peary: The Race to the Pole Harry Whitney
1983The AccidentRev. Gowers
1985 Murder in Space Guy Sterling
1985Murder: By Reason of Insanity
1986 He Shoots, He Scores Gary Bennett9 episodes
1986 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Various voices
1987 Alfred Hitchcock Presents AlanEpisode: "The Mole"
1987Ghost of a ChanceFeinTelevision film
1988The Ann Jillian StoryCharlie Austin
1988 God Bless the Child Dr. Chaney
1988, 1989 Friday the 13th: The Series Bob Tucker /

Telephone Lineman

2 episodes
1989 T. and T. HicksonEpisode: "Hunted"
1989 Day One Colonel LansdaleTelevision film
1989Dick Francis: Blood SportMatt Clive
1989 E.N.G. TonyEpisode: "Pilot: Part 1"
1989Magic Hour: Tom AloneWillie DavisTelevision film
1989Love and HateJim Street
1990 MacGyver Joe BannekerEpisode: "Deep Cover"
1990 War of the Worlds ThresherEpisode: "The True Believer"
1990 Wiseguy Fred McKnightEpisode: "Changing Houses"
1990 Neon Rider Norman Otis BealesEpisode: "Clay Pigeon"
1991 21 Jump Street Officer ForbesEpisode: "Equal Protection"
1991CaptiveHarry JordanTelevision film
1991 Street Justice Det. Traynor5 episodes
1991 Max Glick Teacher2 episodes
1992 Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures ManEpisode: "It's a Totally Wonderful Life"
1992 Screen One Jack LambEpisode: "Disaster at Valdez"
1992 Dead Ahead: The Exxon Valdez Disaster Television film
1992 The Boys of St. Vincent Brian Lunney age 30
1992–1997 North of 60 Harris Miller82 episodes
1994 Green Dolphin Beat Artie MinzTelevision film
1994–1996 The X-Files Various roles3 episodes
1995 Forever Knight News Anchor #2Episode: "A More Permanent Hell"
1996Justice on WheelsJoeTelevision film
1996 To Brave Alaska Bar Patron
1996–2001 The Outer Limits Various roles3 episodes
1997 Poltergeist: The Legacy SheriffEpisode: "Black Widow"
1997, 1998 Millennium Waylan Bryce /

Sheriff Camden

2 episodes
1997–1999 Black Harbour Brother Dutch11 episodes
1998–2002 Cold Squad Desmond Cage /

Eric Marshall

6 episodes
1999 Dead Man's Gun ColeEpisode: "Bad Boys"
1999 Life in a Day Chief Max ReedTelevision film
1999 Da Vinci's Inquest Louis DiggensEpisode: "His Wife"
1999 Hope Island Roy FranklinEpisode: "Ships That Pass in the Night"
2000Trial by FireHarris MillerTelevision film
2000 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show Mr. GorvakEpisode: "Honey, Situation Normal, All Szalinski'd Up"
2000DeadlockedMarvin LevinTelevision film
2000 Mysterious Ways Angus SharpEpisode: "Spirit Junction"
2000 So Weird ZieglerEpisode: "Exit 13"
2000 The Immortal McQueenEpisode: "Half Way"
2000 Call of the Wild Mallory / Malloy5 episodes
2001 Anatomy of a Hate Crime Officer SladeTelevision film
2001 The Lone Gunmen Jason GuthrieEpisode: "Like Water for Octane"
2001Dream StormHarrisTelevision film
2001 UC: Undercover HendersonEpisode: "The Siege"
2002 Andromeda ArchdukeEpisode: "The Prince"
2002 Taken Dewey Clayton2 episodes
2002–2004 Tom Stone Grant Davidson24 episodes
2003Another CountryHarris MillerTelevision film
2004 Stargate SG-1 Commander GarethEpisode: "Icon"
2005Distant Drumming: A North of 60 MysteryHarris MillerTelevision film
2005 Saving Milly Neurologist
2005 Supernatural Ranger WilkinsonEpisode: "Wendigo"
2005Dark PinesJudge LittleTelevision film
2006 The Collector Henry TollinEpisode: "The Farmer"
2006 The Evidence Dr. LaylandEpisode: "Pilot"
2006Past SinsLeo RuddTelevision film
2006–2008 Men in Trees Jerome Robinsky36 episodes
2009 The Guard Mike WeberEpisode: "Body Parts"
2009 Reaper PriestEpisode: "The Devil and Sam Oliver"
2009 Virtuality Union SergeantTelevision film
2009 Stargate Universe PriestEpisode: "Air: Part 3"
2009 Alice Carpenter2 episodes
2010Always a BridesmaidLarryEpisode: "So Hippie Together"
2011Bringing Ashley HomeChuck McGeeTelevision film
2011 Heartland Reid Tatum2 episodes
2012 Fringe Man in Warehouse
2012–2014 Arctic Air Cece Cooper35 episodes
2013–2015 Cedar Cove Moon34 episodes
2014–2017 Once Upon a Time The Apprentice10 episodes
2015 Falling Skies Willie McCombEpisode: "Respite"
2016Unser Traum von KanadaHankEpisode: "Sowas wie Familie"
2016 Aftermath EwanEpisode: "The Barbarous King"
2017Moonlight in VermontChaunceyTelevision film
2017 Somewhere Between SimonEpisode: "Madness"
2017 The Exorcist Russ / Ted Holmstrom4 episodes
2017–2020 Loudermilk Ed30 episodes
2017–2019 A Series of Unfortunate Events Jimmy3 episodes
2019 See Cutter
2019, 2020 Riverdale Forsythe Pendleton Jones I2 episodes
2021 Schmigadoon! MarvEpisode: "Schmigadoon!"
2022 Legends of Tomorrow The Proprietor2 episodes

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