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Abell, Tim 1968–(Timothy Abell)

ABELL, Tim 1968
(Timothy Abell)


Born July 1, 1968, in Manassas, VA. Education: Trained with special forces unit of the U.S. military, Fort Benning, GA; attended University of Maryland; studied acting with Jeff Corey. Avocational Interests: Cooking, ballroom dancing, martial arts.

Addresses: Manager Personal Management Company, 425 N. Robertson Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90048. Agent Artists Group Ltd., 10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 2409, Los Angeles, CA 90067. Contact P.O. Box 1549, Studio City, CA 91614.

Career: Actor. Performed as Jeff Benton in an Internet broadcast soap opera, The Spot, 199597. Also worked as a carpenter, bartender, inline skating instructor, and ballroom dance teacher at Arthur Murray Dance Studio. Military service: Served in U.S. Army, beginning c. 1985; became a U.S. Army Ranger.


Film Appearances:

(As Timothy Abell) Doug, Elliot Fauman, Ph.D., Taurus Entertainment, 1990.

Jerry, Sunset Strip, Contact Films, 1992.

Nail man, Portrait in Red (also known as Dark Red ), Trident, 1995.

Mark, Over the Wire, Playboy Entertainment Group, 1995.

Mark, Attack of the 60Foot Centerfold, New Horizons Home Video, 1995.

Jack, Masseuse (also known as American Masseuse ), Triboro, 1996.

James O'Keefe, Fugitive Rage, APix Entertainment, 1996.

Cord, Steel Sharks, Royal Oaks Entertainment, 1996.

Jed Wills, Sexual Roulette (also known as Carnal Risk ), Apix Entertainment, 1996.

Jeff, Illicit Dreams 2 (also known as Death & Desire ), New City, 1996.

Dino, Strategic Command, 1997.

Nail man, The Artist, 1997.

James Decker, Rapid Assault, Royal Oaks Communications, 1997.

Scott Travers, Night Shade, Triboro, 1997.

McQueen, Hybrid, American Independent, 1997.

Randal, Storm Trooper, New City, 1998.

Bobby "Jet" Burkett, Desert Thunder, New Horizons, 1998.

Fantasy husband, Black Widow Escort (also known as Dark Heat and Escort II ), New City, 1998.

Sergeant Gammon, The Base, Sterling Home Entertainment, 1999.

Jim Corrigan, The Escort III, Don Key Productions, 1999.

Rob Carter, Active Stealth, New City, 1999.

Merle, Viva Las Nowhere (also known as Dead Simple ), Viva Las Nowhere Productions, 2000.

Devlin, The Substitute: Failure Is Not an Option, Artisan, 2000.

Jim Beckett, Instinct to Kill (also known as The Perfect Husband ), Metropolitan Filmexport, 2001.

Captain Connelly, Raptor, New Concorde, 2001.

Army intelligence officer, We Were Soldiers (also known as Wir waren Helden ), Paramount, 2002.

Jess, Special Forces, Nu Image, 2003.

Jack, Curse of the Komodo, 2003.

Television Appearances; Series:

Benny Ray Riddle, Soldier of Fortune, Inc. (also known as S.O.F. Special Ops Force, S.O.F., Inc. and SOF, Inc. ), syndicated, beginning 1997.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Randal, Storm Trooper, Showtime, 1999.

Sergeant Gammon, The Base, Cinemax, 1999.

Devlin, The Substitute 4: Failure Is Not an Option, 2000.

Jeb Bucknell, Murder, She Wrote: The Last Free Man, CBS, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"For the Children," Seven Days, UPN, 1999.

(Uncredited) "Valma and Louise," V.I.P., syndicated, 1999.

Lieutenant Jenarette, "Cabin Pressure," JAG, NBC, 2000.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared in Beltway Roulette, Le Cafe, as Eddie, Fool for Love, Power House Theatre, Heaven's Den, The Complex, Method to the Madness, Jewel Box Theatre, as Oberon, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Pearly's, The Complex, Rocks, The Room Upstairs, and The White Biting Dog, Odyssey Theatre, all Los Angeles; also appeared in Ah, Wilderness, Studio Theatre, Bus Stop, Colorblind, Gala Theatre, Washington, DC, Edward II, Source Theatre, On Guard, Sanctuary Theatre, and Romeo and Juliet.

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