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.
Webber's television roles have included Willie in War Brides , Cece Cooper in Arctic Air ,Jerome Robinsky in Men in Trees , Moon in Cedar Cove , Harris Miller in North of 60 , 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. 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.
A graduate of Dalhousie University,Webber has spent much of his career as an actor living and working in British Columbia.
|1979||The Prize Fighter||Bradshaw|
|1980||Hog Wild||Upperclassman II|
|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|
|1990||Bethune: The Making of a Hero||Reporter|
|1992||Leaving Normal||Spicy's Friend|
|1992||North of Pittsburgh||Lyman|
|1999||In the Blue Ground||Harris Miller|
|1999||My Father's Angel||Djordje|
|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 Timko||Uncredited|
|2013||A Fish Story||Hank|
|2014||Seventh Son||Malcom Ward|
|2017||War for the Planet of the Apes||Ape Elder|
|2019||Light of My Life||Lemmy|
|1980||War Brides||Willie||Television film|
|1983||Cook & Peary: The Race to the Pole||Harry Whitney|
|1983||The Accident||Rev. Gowers|
|1985||Murder in Space||Guy Sterling|
|1985||Murder: By Reason of Insanity|
|1986||He Shoots, He Scores||Gary Bennett||9 episodes|
|1986||The Wonderful Wizard of Oz||Various voices|
|1987||Alfred Hitchcock Presents||Alan||Episode: "The Mole"|
|1987||Ghost of a Chance||Fein||Television film|
|1988||The Ann Jillian Story||Charlie Austin|
|1988||God Bless the Child||Dr. Chaney|
|1988, 1989||Friday the 13th: The Series||Bob Tucker / |
|1989||T. and T.||Hickson||Episode: "Hunted"|
|1989||Day One||Colonel Lansdale||Television film|
|1989||Dick Francis: Blood Sport||Matt Clive|
|1989||E.N.G.||Tony||Episode: "Pilot: Part 1"|
|1989||Magic Hour: Tom Alone||Willie Davis||Television film|
|1989||Love and Hate||Jim Street|
|1990||MacGyver||Joe Banneker||Episode: "Deep Cover"|
|1990||War of the Worlds||Thresher||Episode: "The True Believer"|
|1990||Wiseguy||Fred McKnight||Episode: "Changing Houses"|
|1990||Neon Rider||Norman Otis Beales||Episode: "Clay Pigeon"|
|1991||21 Jump Street||Officer Forbes||Episode: "Equal Protection"|
|1991||Captive||Harry Jordan||Television film|
|1991||Street Justice||Det. Traynor||5 episodes|
|1991||Max Glick||Teacher||2 episodes|
|1992||Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures||Man||Episode: "It's a Totally Wonderful Life"|
|1992||Screen One||Jack Lamb||Episode: "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 Miller||82 episodes|
|1994||Green Dolphin Beat||Artie Minz||Television film|
|1994–1996||The X-Files||Various roles||3 episodes|
|1995||Forever Knight||News Anchor #2||Episode: "A More Permanent Hell"|
|1996||Justice on Wheels||Joe||Television film|
|1996||To Brave Alaska||Bar Patron|
|1996–2001||The Outer Limits||Various roles||3 episodes|
|1997||Poltergeist: The Legacy||Sheriff||Episode: "Black Widow"|
|1997, 1998||Millennium||Waylan Bryce / |
|1997–1999||Black Harbour||Brother Dutch||11 episodes|
|1998–2002||Cold Squad||Desmond Cage / |
|1999||Dead Man's Gun||Cole||Episode: "Bad Boys"|
|1999||Life in a Day||Chief Max Reed||Television film|
|1999||Da Vinci's Inquest||Louis Diggens||Episode: "His Wife"|
|1999||Hope Island||Roy Franklin||Episode: "Ships That Pass in the Night"|
|2000||Trial by Fire||Harris Miller||Television film|
|2000||Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show||Mr. Gorvak||Episode: "Honey, Situation Normal, All Szalinski'd Up"|
|2000||Deadlocked||Marvin Levin||Television film|
|2000||Mysterious Ways||Angus Sharp||Episode: "Spirit Junction"|
|2000||So Weird||Ziegler||Episode: "Exit 13"|
|2000||The Immortal||McQueen||Episode: "Half Way"|
|2000||Call of the Wild||Mallory / Malloy||5 episodes|
|2001||Anatomy of a Hate Crime||Officer Slade||Television film|
|2001||The Lone Gunmen||Jason Guthrie||Episode: "Like Water for Octane"|
|2001||Dream Storm||Harris||Television film|
|2001||UC: Undercover||Henderson||Episode: "The Siege"|
|2002||Andromeda||Archduke||Episode: "The Prince"|
|2002||Taken||Dewey Clayton||2 episodes|
|2002–2004||Tom Stone||Grant Davidson||24 episodes|
|2003||Another Country||Harris Miller||Television film|
|2004||Stargate SG-1||Commander Gareth||Episode: "Icon"|
|2005||Distant Drumming: A North of 60 Mystery||Harris Miller||Television film|
|2005||Supernatural||Ranger Wilkinson||Episode: "Wendigo"|
|2005||Dark Pines||Judge Little||Television film|
|2006||The Collector||Henry Tollin||Episode: "The Farmer"|
|2006||The Evidence||Dr. Layland||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2006||Past Sins||Leo Rudd||Television film|
|2006–2008||Men in Trees||Jerome Robinsky||36 episodes|
|2009||The Guard||Mike Weber||Episode: "Body Parts"|
|2009||Reaper||Priest||Episode: "The Devil and Sam Oliver"|
|2009||Virtuality||Union Sergeant||Television film|
|2009||Stargate Universe||Priest||Episode: "Air: Part 3"|
|2010||Always a Bridesmaid||Larry||Episode: "So Hippie Together"|
|2011||Bringing Ashley Home||Chuck McGee||Television film|
|2011||Heartland||Reid Tatum||2 episodes|
|2012||Fringe||Man in Warehouse|
|2012–2014||Arctic Air||Cece Cooper||35 episodes|
|2013–2015||Cedar Cove||Moon||34 episodes|
|2014–2017||Once Upon a Time||The Apprentice||10 episodes|
|2015||Falling Skies||Willie McComb||Episode: "Respite"|
|2016||Unser Traum von Kanada||Hank||Episode: "Sowas wie Familie"|
|2016||Aftermath||Ewan||Episode: "The Barbarous King"|
|2017||Moonlight in Vermont||Chauncey||Television film|
|2017||Somewhere Between||Simon||Episode: "Madness"|
|2017||The Exorcist||Russ / Ted Holmstrom||4 episodes|
|2017–2019||A Series of Unfortunate Events||Jimmy||3 episodes|
|2019, 2020||Riverdale||Forsythe Pendleton Jones I||2 episodes|
|2022||Legends of Tomorrow||The Proprietor||2 episodes|
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