Tim Matheson

Quick Facts of Tim Matheson

Legal Name Tim Matheson
Date Of Birth 31/12/1947
Zodiac Capricorn
Birth Country United States of America (USA)
nationality American
ethnicity White

Family Info

Mother Name Sarah Elizabeth “Sally”
Father NameClifford Matthieson
Grandfather NameHenry Hans Matthieson
Grand Mother NameMarea Wilhelmina C. “Willa” Olsen/Olson

Siblings

Sally Matheson

Relation : sister

Date of Birth : N/A

Relationship

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Divorce

Married

Jennifer Leak

Started On : 1968

Ended On : 1971

Divorce

Married

Megan Murphy Matheson

Started On : 1985

Ended On : 2010

Married

Elizabeth Marighetto

Started On : 2018

Ended On : N/A

Name Status Started Ended Reason
Jennifer Leak Married 1968 1971 Divorce
Megan Murphy Matheson Married 1985 2010 Divorce
Elizabeth Marighetto Married 2018 N/A Ongoing

Networth

Networth Year Amount
Net worth 2020 $7000000

Male Body Stat

male-body‎6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m)ft ‎75 kg (165 lbs) kg

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Habit Rehab

Alcoholic
No
Smoker
No
Vegetarian
No

Child

Name Gender DOBParent Name Parent Type
MollyDaughter - Megan Murphy Mathesonmother
EmmaDaughter - Megan Murphy Mathesonmother
Cooper Son - Megan Murphy Mathesonmother

Education

Institute Faculty Started Ended Remark
Fox Lane High School----
John Burroughs High School----
Dartmouth College The Groundlings----
California State University----

Career Histroy


N/AN/A

Actor

At age 13, Matheson appeared as Roddy Miller in Robert Young's CBS nostalgia comedy series Window on Main Street during the 1961–1962 television season In the 1962–1963 season he appeared in two episodes of Leave It to Beaver, cast as Mike Harmon, a friend of Beaver In 1969, Matheson joined the cast of NBC's television western The Virginian in the eighth season as Jim Horn. In 1996, Matheson took on the role of a con man who claims to be Carol Brady's thought-to-be-dead husband in A Very Brady Sequel.

Quotes

'Animal House' was sort of the first real, contemporary, youthful voice of the baby boom generation. It spoke to that audience, and it spoke to that part of me which was saying, 'Out with the old, in with the new.'
You know, I'm a big comic book fan. As a kid I used to collect them until there was a horrible mudslide in Hollywood and I lost my collection, but I was also at an early age the voice of 'Jonny Quest;' it was a cartoon; so I am kind of a latent fan boy
I love J. F. K. My mother had been a worker on his campaign and adored him.

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