Thomerson, Tim 1946(?)–

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Thomerson, Tim 1946(?)–

(Timothy Thomerson, Tim Thommerson, Timmothy Tomerson)


Full name, Joseph Timothy Thomerson; born April 8,1946 (some sources cite 1945), in Coronado, CA; some sources cite a marriage to Frances Delgado, September 19, 1971 (divorced, June 15, 1978); some sources citea marriage to Beryl Barnes, November 22, 1978 (marriage ended); married Teri Blythe (a casting director, makeup artist, and script supervisor); children: one son. Education: Studied acting with Stella Adler in New York City and Los Angeles.

Addresses: Agent— Innovative Artists Talent and Literary Agency, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401.

Career: Actor. Appeared in advertisements. Worked asa stand–up comedian, including appearances at Catcha Rising Star in New York City and the Comedy Store and the Improv in Los Angeles; Old Globe, San Diego, CA, worked as set builder and property master. Appeared at conventions. Worked as a member of skipatrols at resort lodges. Military service: U.S. Army; served in Vietnam. Also served in the National Guard.


Film Appearances:

(As Timmothy Tomerson) Kenny, Car Wash, Universal, 1976.

(As Timothy Thomerson) Tour guide, Which Way Is Up?, Universal, 1977.

(As Timothy Thomerson) Jeff, Remember My Name, Columbia, 1978.

Marty, Record City, American International Pictures, 1978.

Russell Bean, A Wedding, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1978.

Dr. Jerry Moriarty, Fade to Black, American Cinema, 1980.

Doubles, Carny, United Artists, 1980.

Ray Binkowski, Take This Job and Shove It, Avco–Embassy Pictures, 1981.

Sheriff Wayne Temple, St. Helens (also known as St.Helens, Killer Volcano), Parnell, 1981.

Cal, Some Kind of Hero, Paramount, 1982.

Dr. Knute Lanyon, Jekyll and Hyde … Together Again, Paramount, 1982.

Highway patrol officer, Honkytonk Man, Warner Bros., 1982.

Charts, Uncommon Valor, Paramount, 1983.

Motorcycle police officer, The Osterman Weekend (also known as Mission CIA), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1983.

Rhodes, Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared–Syn (also known as Metalstorm), Universal, 1983.

Barnett Kale, Rhinestone (musical), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1984.

John Reynolds, Volunteers, TriStar, 1985.

Trooper Jack Deth and Philip Dethon (some sources cite Phil Deth), Trancers (also known as Cop Tronic, Future Cop, and Future Cops), Empire Pictures, 1985.

(Uncredited) Alan Reynolds, Ratboy, Warner Bros., 1986.

Colonel Ted Masters, Iron Eagle, TriStar, 1986.

Sergeant Patrick "Sarge" Stone, Zone Troopers, Empire Pictures, 1986.

Lonny, A Tiger's Tale, Atlantic Releasing, 1987.

Loy Colton, Near Dark, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, 1987.

Lester, Cherry 2000, Orion, 1988.

Tim, The Wrong Guys, New World Pictures, 1988.

Vince Barnes, Who's Harry Crumb?, TriStar, 1989.

Babo, Air America, TriStar, 1990.

Max Heron, Vietnam, Texas, Triumph Releasing, 1990.

Brick Bardo (title role), Dollman (also known as Micro-Cop), 1991.

Jack Deth, Trancers II (also known as Future Cop 2, Future Cop II, Trancers II: The Return of Jack Deth, and Trancers II: The Two Faces of Death), 1991.

Dollman, Bad Channels (also known as Cosmo and Radio Alien), Paramount, 1992.

Jack Deth, Trancers III (also known as Death Lives, Future Cop III, Trancers 3: Deth Lives, and Trancers 2010), 1992.

Jack Mitchett, Stringer (also known as Prime Time Murder), 1992.

Black, Brain Smasher … A Love Story (also known as The Bouncer and the Lady and Brainsmasher: A Love Story), Trimark Pictures, 1993.

Brick Bardo (the Dollman), Dollman vs. Demonic Toys, 1993.

Detective Lewis, Die Watching, 1993.

(Uncredited) Farmer sitting at campfire, Knights, 1993.

Farnsworth, Nemesis, 1993.

The shock comic, Eddie Presley, 1993.

Steve Mobley, The Harvest, Arrow Releasing, 1993.

Buddy Fields, Fleshtone, 1994.

Jack Deth, Trancers 4: Jack of Swords (also known as Trancers 4: Journeys through the Darkzone), Paramount, 1994.

Jack McGraw, Hong Kong '97, Trimark Pictures, 1994.

Rex Beechum, Spitfire, 1994.

The westerner, Natural Causes, Columbia/TriStar Home Video, 1994.

Fitz, Dominion, Prism Pictures, 1995.

Jack Deth, Trancers 5: Sudden Deth, Paramount, 1995.

Mr. Williams, Malevolence, 1995.

Oldest elder, Heatseeker, Trimark Pictures, 1995.

Second Farnsworth, Nemesis III: Prey Harder (also known as Nemesis 3 and Nemesis 3: Timelapse), Imperial Entertainment, 1995.

Arnold Downey, Kid Cop, Brainstorm Media, 1996.

Police commissioner, Blast, Cruel Stories/Imperial Entertainment, 1996.

Crane, Crossfire, Scorpio Production, 1998.

Daddy, Together & Alone, Troma Pictures, 1998.

Hoodlum, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Universal, 1998.

Mel Kiner, Detour (also known as Too Hard to Die), October Films, 1998.

Poet, Border to Border, Independent Artist, 1998.

Detective Laughlin, Suckers, Creative Light, 1999.

Jack, Dirt Merchant (also known as Dirt Merchant: Alternative Investigator), Quantum Entertainment, 1999.

Ranger Chuck MacNeil, Unseen (also known as The Unbelievable and Unseen Evil), Mainline Releasing, 1999.

Sam, Last Chance, Leo Films, 1999.

William Heywood, Red Team (also known as The Crimson Code), Artisan Entertainment, 1999.

Dr. Adams, Gangland, 2000.

Owen Cantrell, Submerged (also known as Destination: Impact), 2000.

Highway 395, Creative Light, 2000.

Mike, Ocean Park, 2000, Singa Home Entertainment, 2003.

Exterminator, They Crawl (also known as Crawlers), 2001.

Sheriff, Devil's Prey, Studio Home Entertainment, 2001.

Bill Barnes, Con Express, Artisan Entertainment, 2002.

(In archive footage) Jack Deth, Pulse Pounders (also known as Pulse Pounders Vol. 1), Empire Pictures, 2002.

(Uncredited; in archive footage) Jack Deth, Trancers 6, Shadow Entertainment/V Releasing, 2002.

Mr. Banyon, The Killing Point, 2002.

Phillip Edwards, Gale Force, Artisan Entertainment, 2002.

Himself, Fanalysis (short documentary), Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2002.

Uncle Bill, Shoot or Be Shot (also known as Shooting Stars), Iron Entertainment, 2002.

Chief Jackson, Cliche (short film), Jenkins Entertainment, 2003.

Senator Chambers, Air Marshal, Lions Gate Films Home Entertainment, 2003.

Uniformed officer, Paparazzi, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2004.

The Nowhere Man, American Film Partners, 2004.

Judge, A Lousy Ten Grand, 2004, Phoenicia Pictures, 2006.

Captain Noonan, Junior Pilot (also known as Final Approach), Green Communications, 2005.

Deston and Jared, Dual, Grizzly Peak Films/Creative Convergence, 2005.

Joe, Left in Darkness, Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2005.

Reverend, Hell to Pay, 2005, Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, 2007.

A. J. Mancini, Bottoms Up, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2006.

Arizona Al, Forget about It, Peace Arch Entertainment Group, 2006.

Arnie Swift, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Rocky Mountain Pictures, 2006.

Detective Thompson, Urban Decay, Arsenal Pictures, 2006.

Jack Deth, Evil Bong, Full Moon Pictures, 2006.

Will, To Kill a Mockumentary, Singa Home Entertainment, 2006.

Marshall Lex, Blue Lake Massacre, Grindstone Entertainment Group, 2007.

Uncle Steve, God's Ears, Grizzly Peak Films, 2007.

Jake, Wicked Lake, Fever Dreams, 2008.

The priest, Live Evil, 2008.

Bill Monahan, Good God Bad Dog (short film), Stone-lock Pictures/Tripod Entertainment, 2009.

Appeared as Colonel Smythe, Customer of the Week.

Television Appearances; Series:

(As Timothy Thomerson) Regular performer, Cos, ABC, 1976.

Sonny Packer, All That Glitters, syndicated, 1977.

Gene and Jean, Quark, NBC, 1978.

Johnny Danko, The Associates, ABC, 1979.

Gianni, Angie, ABC, 1979–80.

Reggie Cavanaugh, The Two of Us, CBS, 1981–82.

Theodore Ogilvie, Gun Shy, CBS, 1983.

Jerry Baskin, Down and Out in Beverly Hills, Fox, 1987.

James "Buddy" Zunder, Sirens, ABC, between 1993 and 1995.

Dave "Thunder" Thornton, Land's End, syndicated, 1995–96.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Billy Youngblood, Bare Essence, CBS, 1982.

Jack Sanders, Glory Years (also known as Wacky Weekend), HBO, 1987.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Steve, Terraces, NBC, 1977.

Tom Goodman, His Mistress, NBC, 1984.

He's Not Your Son, CBS, 1984.

Major Dan Hackett, The B.R.A.T. Patrol, ABC, 1986.

Jack LeBeau, The Incredible Hulk Returns (also known as The Return of the Incredible Hulk), NBC, 1988.

Malcolm Henthoff, Intimate Stranger, Showtime, 1992.

Lundquist, The Cisco Kid, TNT, 1994.

Thomas, Back to Back (also known as Back to Back: American Yakuza 2), HBO, 1996.

Rifkin Koss, When Time Expires, The Movie Channel, 1997.

Liam Gallagher, Escape from Atlantis, Starz!, 1998.

Monsignor O'Dell, The Princess and the Barrio Boy (also known as She's in Love), Showtime, 2000.

Sheriff Morgan, Project Viper, Sci–Fi Channel, 2002.

Phineas Washburn, Swarmed, Sci–Fi Channel, 2005.

Admiral Harrison, A.I. Assault (also known as Shock-wave), Sci–Fi Channel, 2006.

Arthur, Christmas Do–Over, ABC Family Channel, 2006.

Eli Van Cleef, Sasquatch Mountain, Sci–Fi Channel, 2006.

Bergman, War Wolves, Sci–Fi Channel, 2008.

Television Appearances; Specials:

The Richard Pryor Special?, NBC, 1977.

The Comedy Store's 20th Birthday, NBC, 1992.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

(As Timothy Thomerson) Rusty, "A Word Called Courage," Mannix, CBS, 1975.

Pete Harrison, "The Selling of Vince D'Angelo," Likely Stories, HBO, 1976.

Reporter, "Hostage," Harry O, ABC, 1976.

(As Timothy Thomerson) Silky Mulcheck, "The Bachelor Party," Laverne & Shirley (also known as Laverne & Shirley & Company, Laverne & Shirley & Friends, and Laverne DeFazio & Shirley Feeney), ABC, 1976.

Himself, "Freddie Prinze and Friends," On Location (also known as On Location: Freddie Prinze and Friends), HBO, 1976.

Himself, "Helen Reddy/5th Dimension/Tom T. Hall," The Midnight Special, NBC, 1976.

Mik Chandler, "Death Mask," Hawaii Five–O (also known as McGarrett), CBS, 1978.

Phil, "The Avenger," Starsky and Hutch, ABC, 1978.

Lance Reynolds, "The Pug/Class of '69" (some sources cite episode name as "Class of '69/The Pug"), Fantasy Island, ABC, 1979.

Sergei, "Mork and the Immigrant," Mork & Mindy, ABC, 1979.

Brian Stoner, "Death on the Doorstep," Nero Wolfe, NBC, 1981.

Einhorn, "Me, Me, Me," Private Benjamin, CBS, 1982.

Likely Stories, Vol. 2, Cinemax, c. 1983.

Nat Rikers, "Mayo, Hold the Pickle," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984.

Nat Rikers, "Watt a Way to Go," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1984.

Police detective Gil Glasgow, "Pen Pals," Hunter, NBC, 1984.

Duke McGuire, "The Game You Learn from Your Father," Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1985.

Lieutenant Clyde Pitts, "Sudden Death," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1985.

Royal advisor, "Cinderella," Faerie Tale Theater (also known as Shelley Duvall's "Faerie Tale Theater"), Showtime, 1985.

Billy Diamond, "Take My Life … Please!," The Twilight Zone (also known as The New Twilight Zone), CBS, 1986.

Police sergeant Harry Traynor, "Change Partners and Dance," Hunter, NBC, 1986.

Brom Bones, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," Tall Tales and Legends (also known as Shelley Duvall's "Tall Tales and Legends"), Showtime, 1987.

Ebenezer Wright, "Good Vibrations," St. Elsewhere, NBC, 1987.

Sergeant Aubrey Decker, "The Good, the Bad and the Dead," Tour of Duty (also known as Operation Vietnam), CBS, 1987.

Himself, Late Night with David Letterman, NBC, 1987. Himself (panelist), The New Hollywood Squares (also known as The Hollywood Squares), syndicated, 1987.

Mike "Mule" Muleowski, "Honorable Profession,"Hunter, NBC, 1988.

Improv Tonight, syndicated, c. 1988.

Brock Ash, "Perfetc," Moonlighting, ABC, 1989.

Colonel Savage, "Black Ulysses," The Young Riders, ABC, 1989.

Dave Treadwell, "Keegan's Past," TV 101, CBS, 1989.

Major Smiley, "Rescue Mission," Major Dad, CBS, 1989.

Major Smiley, "Wedding," Major Dad, CBS, 1989.

Principal Gordon Brooks, "God Is a Bullet," 21 Jump Street, Fox, 1989.

Bert Rodgers, "Murder—According to Maggie," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1990.

Cayla, "Protection," Midnight Caller, NBC, 1990.

(As Tim Thommerson) Jim "Buzz" Buchannon, "The Fabulous Buchannon Boys," Baywatch (also known as Baywatch Hawaii and Baywatch Hawai'i), syndicated, 1991.

Lieutenant Babcock, "Episode 8," Good & Evil, ABC, 1991.

Lieutenant Babcock, "Episode 9," Good & Evil, ABC, 1991.

Lieutenant Babcock, "Episode 10," Good & Evil, ABC, 1991.

Stevie, "Where's Charlie?," The Golden Girls (also known as Golden Girls, Miami Nice, Bnot Zahav, Cuori senza eta, Las chicas de oro, Les craquantes, Los anos dorados, Oereglanyok, Pantertanter, and Tyttoekullat), NBC, 1991.

Colonel Calvin Carlton, "Moon over Miami," Nurses, NBC, 1992.

Ken, "Feeling Up!," True Colors, Fox, 1992.

Foster Henshaw, "Night Games," Silk Stalkings, USA Network and CBS, 1993.

(In archive footage) Brick Bardo, Joe Bob's Drive–In Theater, The Movie Channel, 1994.

Jack Stoner, "Mother Love," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1994.

Lyle Hinkle (the Face), "The Face," Viper, NBC, 1994.

Mitchell "Mitch" Bolton, "War Zone: Parts 1 & 2," Walker, Texas Ranger (also known as Walker), CBS, 1995.

The angel, "Out of the Past," Pacific Blue, USA Network, 1996.

Ben Crilly, "The Rig," The Sentinel (also known as Sentinel), UPN, 1996.

Hanson Dekker, "Winner Take All," Viper, syndicated, 1996.

Meleagor the Mighty, "The Prodigal," Xena: Warrior Princess (also known as Xena), syndicated, 1996.

Roger Cagle, "Pardon My Nuptials," Dave's World, CBS, 1996.

Archelino, "Radio Free Sherman Oaks," Sherman Oaks, Showtime, 1997.

(Uncredited) Man on vehicle in jungle, "Warriors," The Sentinel (also known as Sentinel), UPN, 1997.

Meleagor the Mighty, "The Execution," Xena: Warrior Princess (also known as Xena), syndicated, 1997.

Monti Storm, "Three Weeks of the Condor," Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1997.

Woody Samms, "I've Got You under My Skin," Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (also known as Lois & Clark and The New Adventures of Superman), ABC, 1997.

"Born under a Bad Sign," Renegade, USA Network and syndicated, 1997.

Chip Krendle, "Security (aka Security Denied)," Vengeance Unlimited (also known as Mr. Chapel),ABC, 1998.

D. D. Gaines, "Like Felon, Like Daughter," Three (also known as Kyttaekolmikko and Three—Drei stahl-harte Profis), The WB, 1998.

Guy Royal, "The Collector," The Magnificent Seven, CBS, 1998.

Kit Bollow, "Where Do Clients Come From?," Arli$$ (also known as Arliss), HBO, 1998.

MacArthur Mallory, "Lipschitz Live!," Sliders, Sci–Fi Channel, 1998.

Mr. Daley, "They Eat Horses, Don't They?," Ally Mc-Beal, Fox, 1998.

Cap Laffley, "The Deal," Beggars and Choosers (also known as TV business), Showtime, 1999.

(Uncredited) Guy Royal, "The New Law," The Magnifi-cent Seven, CBS, 1999.

Mr. Alcerro, "Ice Station Sabrina," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (also known as Sabrina and Sabrina Goes to College), ABC, 1999.

Mr. Alcerro, "Love Means Having to Say You're Sorry," Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (also known as Sabrina and Sabrina Goes to College), ABC, 1999.

Senator McQuate, "War Zone," Crusade, TNT, 1999.

Stu Pappas, "Scammed Straight," The Parkers, UPN, 1999.

Voice of Leonard Beaver, "Too Loose Latrine/Pack Your Dags," The Angry Beavers (animated), Nickelodeon, 1999.

Voice of Leonard Beaver, "Tough Love/A Little Dad'll Do You," The Angry Beavers (animated), Nickel-odeon, 1999.

Voices of Leonard Beaver and Slap Johnson, "Slap Happy/Home Loners," The Angry Beavers (animated), Nickelodeon, 2000.

Colonel Carl, "Bulldog's Ghost," The District (also known as Washington Police, The —Einsatz in Washington, Mannions distrikt, and Poliisipaeaellikkkoe Mannion), CBS, 2001.

Carson James, "Running Home," Body & Soul, PAX TV, 2002.

Colonel Carl, "Oil and Water," The District (also known as Washington Police, The District—Einsatz in Washington, Mannions distrikt, and Poliisipaeaellikkkoe Mannion), CBS, 2002.

Colonel Carl, "Resurrection," The District (also known as Washington Police, The District—Einsatz in Washington, Mannions distrikt, and Poliisipaeaellikkkoe Mannion), CBS, 2002.

Oliver Wentworth, Days of Our Lives (also known as Cruise of Deception: Days of Our Lives, Days, DOOL, Des jours et des vies, Horton–sagaen, Igode og onde dager, Los dias de nuestras vidas,Meres agapis, Paeivien viemaeae, Vaara baesta aar, Zeit der Sehnsucht, and Zile din viata noastra),NBC, 2003.

Appeared in episodes of other programs, including an appearance as Mac Dixon, Private Eye, NBC; and as a stand—up comedian in multiple episodes of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (also known as The Best of Carson), NBC.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

(As Timothy Thomerson) Billy Worthy, "Hereafter," A Year at the Top, NBC, 1975.

Chick, A Shadow in the Streets, NBC, 1975.

Barney Tuscom, Benny and Barney: Las Vegas Under-cover (also known as Benny and Barney, the Aristocrats and Las Vegas Undercover), NBC, 1977.

(As Timothy Thomerson) Gene and Jean, "Quark," Quark, NBC, 1978.

Lester, Getting There, CBS, 1980.

Frank Nightingale, Golden Gate, ABC, 1981.

Mr. Damrush, In Trouble, ABC, 1981.

Damon Rhoades, Cameo by Night, NBC, 1987.

Major Smiley, Major Dad, CBS, 1989.

Jay Allen, "Unlimited Powers," The Flash, CBS, 1990.

John Wesley Coe, "Birth of a Legend: Parts 1 & 2," Legend, UPN, 1995.

Appeared as Bill "Buzz" Gorman in the pilot Out There, ABC.

Stage Appearances:

Stand—up comedian at various venues.


Teleplays; Episodic:

Improv Tonight, syndicated, 1988.

Wrote stand–up material multiple episodes of The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (also known as The Best of Carson), NBC; provided comedy material for other programs.

Writings for the Stage:

Author of comedy material.



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