|Born||Timothy Robert DeKay
June 12, 1963
Lansing, New York, U.S.
|Alma mater||Le Moyne College
Elisa Taylorm. 1991
|Website||Tim DeKay's Official Site|
Timothy Robert "Tim" DeKay (born June 12, 1963) is an American actor, director and producer. His first on screen acting job was as corporation head Larry Deon on seaQuest 2032. He was a cast member of Party of Five from 1997–1999, Carnivàle from 2003–05 and Tell Me You Love Me in 2007. He has also guest-starred on a number of top-rated television series, including Seinfeld, Friends, CSI, My Name Is Earl, NCIS, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Scrubs, and Chuck. DeKay starred in the USA Network series White Collar, which chronicled the partnership between a con artist (played by Matt Bomer) and an FBI agent (DeKay). He played Robert Pritchard in Fox Television's "Second Chance" (2016).
Tim DeKay was born June 12, 1963 to Jim and Jill DeKay in Lansing, New York, where he and his brother Jamey grew up. Growing up DeKay enjoyed athletics, and he played both varsity basketball and baseball, the latter of which is a generational tradition in his family. He also enjoyed the arts, and performed in his high school's production of Oliver!. He attended Le Moyne College to study Business and Philosophy, where he also played baseball, eventually deciding to pursue a career in theater. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in business administration in 1985, he planned for a career in business or law, but eventually realized that the theater was his true calling. After taking a few courses in directing at Syracuse University, he attended Rutgers University, where he received a Master of Fine Arts and met his wife, actress Elisa Taylor. The couple lives in California with their two children, daughter Danna and son Jamis.
He appeared in two episodes of Seinfeld: "The Soul Mate" and "The Bizarro Jerry", as Elaine's boyfriend Kevin. He would work with Julia Louis-Dreyfus again in The New Adventures of Old Christine, where he played a temperamental boyfriend of Louis-Dreyfus's character in a three episode story arc. His resume includes numerous theatrical credits, with performances in plays both on and off Broadway, including: Ridiculous Fraud at the McCarter Theatre; Billy Budd at the Circle in the Square Theatre; Someone to Watch Over Me with the Denver Theatre Company; The Merchant of Venice on the Hartford Stage; and the national tour of The Lion in Winter. In 2009, he was both director and producer of the short film This Monday. The film was included in several short film festivals, including Cannes Short Film Corner and The Palm Springs International Short Film Festival (ShortFest).
In 2009, DeKay began starring in the USA Network comedy-drama White Collar as FBI agent Peter Burke. He made his directorial debut in the episode "Stealing Home", which premiered in 2012. In March 2015, it was announced that he will play FBI agent Duval Pritchard in the FOX pilot, Frankenstein.
DeKay returned to Le Moyne College in May 2010 as the commencement speaker, and was awarded the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters honoris causa. He is a member of the Actors Studio. He taught as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California.
|1996||If These Walls Could Talk||Becky's husband in segment - '1952'|
|1997||Invasion||Mike Landry; aka 'Robin Cook's Invasion'|
|1998||The Pentagon Wars||HBO movie; Junior officer at embassy party|
|Almost Heroes||New Bartender|
|2000||The Crow: Salvation||Martin Toomey; (credited as Tim DeMay)|
|Big Eden||Dean Stewart|
|2001||Nice Guys Finish Last||Dad|
|Taking Back Our Town||Lifetime Channel Movie|
|2002||The Third Wheel||Speaker|
|2003||Welcome to the Neighborhood||Bill|
|2005||The Chumscrubber||Mr. Peck|
|2006||Peaceful Warrior||Coach Garrick|
|The Far Side of Jericho||The Stranger|
|2007||Randy and The Mob||Bill|
|2008||Monster Ark||Dr. Nicholas Zavaterro|
|Get Smart||Secret Service Agent|
|The Russell Girl||Tim Russell (Hallmark Channel movie)|
|2014||Best Man Wins||Edward Stiles|
|1995–96||SeaQuest DSV||Lawrence Deon||3 episodes|
|The Ring||Max Thomas||Miniseries; aka Danielle Steel's The Ring|
|Grace Under Fire||Rev. Tom Maxwell||Episode: "The Ghost and Mrs. Kelly"|
|1997||The Larry Sanders Show||Gordon||Episode: "The Matchmaker"|
|The Naked Truth||John||Episode: "We're at NBC Now"|
|Touched by an Angel||J.D. Sinclair||Episode: "Smokescreen"|
|Night Sins||Prof. Christopher Priest||Miniseries|
|Diagnosis: Murder||Sonny Burnett||Episode: "A Mime Is a Terrible Thing to Waste"|
|1997–99||Party of Five||Dr. Paul Thomas||12 episodes (recurring)|
|1998||Ellen||John||Episode: "Escape from L.A."|
|Caroline in the City||Brian||2 episodes|
|Cupid||Jennings Crawford||Episode: "The Linguist"|
|Brimstone||Prof. John Albright||Episode: "Heat"|
|1999||The Practice||Jerry Green||Episode: "Split Decisions"|
|The Pretender||Eddie Fontenot||Episode: "Pool"|
|1999–2000||Sports Night||Ray Mitchel||2 episodes|
|2001||Chestnut Hill||Peter Eastman||Pilot|
|Murder, She Wrote||Robert Mercer||Episode: "The Last Free Man"|
|Thieves||Owen||Episode: "The General"|
|2002||Ally McBeal||Kendall Willis||Episode: "A Kick in the Head"|
|Friends||Marc||Episode: "The One Where Rachel Has A Baby: Part 1"|
|Malcolm in the Middle||Matt||Episode: "Zoo"|
|2002–03||Everwood||Reverend Keyes||3 episodes|
|2003–05||Carnivàle||Clayton 'Jonesy' Jones||24 episodes (main)|
|2004||Without a Trace||Jim Cooper||Episode: "The Season"|
|2005||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Neal Matthews||Season 5 Episode 18: "Spark of Life"|
|2006||My Name Is Earl||Hank Lange||2 episodes|
|Standoff||John Barnes||Episode 2: "Circling"|
|Cold Case||Geoff Taylor||Episode: "The War At Home"|
|2007||Hidden Palms||Mr. Miller||Pilot|
|The 4400||Drew Imroth||2 episodes|
|Numb3rs||Pete Friscia||Episode: "Robin Hood"|
|Tell Me You Love Me||David||10 episodes (main)|
|2008||NCIS||Senator Patrick Kiley||Episode: "Capitol Offense"|
|The Cleaner||Neil Mullins||Episode: "Lie With Me"|
|CSI: Miami||William Campbell||Episode: "Wrecking Crew"|
|The New Adventures of Old Christine||Patrick Harris||3 episodes|
|2009||Scrubs||Rich Hill||Episode: "My Nah Nah Nah"|
|2009–14||White Collar||FBI Agent Peter Burke||81 episodes (main), Also director and producer|
|2011||Law & Order: LA||Don Alvin||Episode: "Silver Lake"|
|Chuck||Kieran Ryker||Episode: "Chuck Versus the Baby"|
|2012||Hot in Cleveland||Buddy||Episode: "Two Girls and a Rhino"|
|2013||Body of Proof||Caleb Banks||Episode: "Lost Souls"|
|2014||Revenge||Luke Gilliam||Episode: "Allegiance"|
|2014||Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.||Senator Christian Ward||2 episodes|
|2015||Dinner at Tiffani's||Self|
|2016||Second Chance||Duval Pritchard||Main Cast|
|2017||Lucifer||Professor Jason Carlisle||Episode: "Love Handles"|
- ‘’Chuck's’’ Matthew Bomer Spies New Series". TV Guide. October 22, 2008; retrieved October 22, 2008.
- "Bio of Tim DeKay". timdekay.com. Retrieved November 5, 2014.
- "Tim DeKay Biography". TV Guide. Retrieved 5 November 2014.
- "Sixtieth Commencement". Le Moyne College. May 16, 2010. Retrieved November 5, 12014.
- Tim DeKay at the Internet Movie Database
- "Tim DeKay to Co-Star in Frankenstein". Deadline. March 10, 2015.
- "Class of 2010 Graduates as Le Moyne Holds Commencement Ceremony". Le Moyne College. May 14, 2010.
- "Le Moyne College Announces Commencement Speaker and Honorary Degree Recipients for 60th Commencement Ceremony on Sunday, May 16", LeMoyne.edu, March 5, 2010.
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