Tim DeKay

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Tim DeKay appeared opposite Felicity Huffman and Cherry Jones on the final season of the ABC/John Ridley series American Crime, recurred on the Fox/Netflix series Lucifer, and co-starred on the HBO’s series Here, Now opposite Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins. Tim starred for six seasons on USA’s White Collar with Matt Bomer and starred in the Fox dramatic series Second Chance for producer /creators Rand Ravich and Howard Gordon. Earlier, Tim starred in two award-winning series for HBO: Carnivale for Rodrigo Garcia and Tell Me You Love Me alongside Adam Scott and Jane Alexander. Other television includes: Masters of S.H.I.E.L.D., Revenge, and CSI. Tim’s comedy appearances include: New Adventures of Old Christine and My Name is Earl, as well as his “Bizarro Jerry” in the classic episode of Seinfeld. Features include: Welcome to the Neighborhood, the critically acclaimed Big Eden, Get Smart, Swordfish, The Chumscrubber, Peaceful Warrior, and Control opposite Ray Liotta and Willem Dafoe. DeKay was seen on Broadway in The Show-Off, off-Broadway in Billy Budd at Circle in the Square, and starred in the National Tour of The Lion in Winter. Regional theatre work includes: Burning Blue at The Court Theatre (LA Weekly nomination for Best Actor), Someone to Watch Over Me, Star Fever, The Merchant of Venice at Hartford Stage, and several productions at the Cleveland Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Penguin Repertory, Indiana Repertory, Levin Theatre and Pasadena Shakespeare, to name a few. DeKay is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio. He earned a B.S. from Le Moyne College and an MFA in Acting from Rutgers University.