Ten fun facts about Timothy Hutton
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Timothy Hutton was born on August 16, 1960 in California.
At the age of 20, he was the youngest actor to have ever won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, which he got for the movie Ordinary People.
Hutton has played many short roles on feature films and TV shows like Taps, The Dark Half, The Falcon and the Snowman, among others.
He has also starred on the TNT drama series Leverage as Nathan "Nate" Ford and their last episode aired on December 25, 2012.Fact 5
Timothy Hutton has played the role of real life traitors to the US in two movies. He has portrayed Christopher Boyce and Aldrich Ames.Fact 6
At 16 years of age, while playing Nathan Detroit in a school drama play of Guys and Dolls, he decided he wanted to start a career as an actor.Fact 7
Timothy Hutton's acting career started with roles in many TV movies, most notably the 1979 movie Friendly Fire.Fact 8
He is one of the owners of the NYC restaurant and bar P. J. Clarke's.Fact 9
In 2003 Timothy Hutton was chosen president of the prestigious Players club but he had to resign in June 2008 because of work commitments in Los Angeles.Fact 10
Timothy Hutton has also done directing for videos like the music video for the Cars' "Drive" and "The House Rules" by Christian Kane. Go to more people facts ❯
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