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Timothy Hutton

FULL NAME Timothy Tarquin Hutton
BORN 16 August 1960, Malibu, California, USA
ASSOCIATION Actor
NATIONALITY American
HEIGHT 182 cm
REVIEWED ENTRIES 10 (9)
MAX. RATING

(performer)
(filmmaker)

MIN. RATING

(performer)
(filmmaker)

AVERAGE RATING 3.06 (performer)
4.00 (filmmaker)

 

ACTOR FILMOGRAPHY (ONLY REVIEWED ENTRIES)

YEAR TITLE ROLE

RATING

1980 Ordinary People Conrad

1985 The Falcon and the Snowman Christopher Boyce

1993 The Dark Half Thad Beaumont/George Stark

1995 French Kiss Charlie

1996 Beautiful Girls Willie Conway

2004 Secret Window Ted Milner

2004 Kinsey Paul Gebhard

2008 The Alphabet Killer Richard Ledge

2009 The Killing Room Crawford Haines

2010 The Ghost Writer Sidney Kroll  

 

FILMMAKER FILMOGRAPHY (ONLY REVIEWED ENTRIES)

YEAR TITLE ASSOCIATION

RATING

1998 Digging to China Director

 

PORTRAIT

Timothy Hutton won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his first real starring role, in Robert Redford's Ordinary People, his sensitive, youthful performance taking the entire world by storm. From there on, Hutton appeared in a number of interesting, but not necessarily successful films, and his box-office bankability declined steadily. From the mid-1990s, Hutton started appearing more often in character roles, and he gave a brilliant performance as Willie Conway in Jonathan Demme's modern classic Beautiful Girls in 1996. In 1998, Hutton directed his first feature film, Digging to China, which received fine reviews. He continues to work regularly in Hollywood, often in smaller character parts, his versatility making him eligible for many different types of films and parts.

 

AWARDS

The Academy Awards (Oscars)

1981

Best Supporting Actor for Ordinary People

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