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Guinee at the 2013 WonderCon
|Born||November 18, 1962|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Education||University of North Carolina School of the Arts (BFA)|
Timothy S. Guinee (born November 18, 1962) is an American stage, television, and feature film actor.
Life and career
Guinee, who has two brothers and two sisters, was born in Los Angeles, California and raised in Illinois and Texas. He attended the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, Texas before he founded a theater group in Texas. Later he moved to New York in order to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Following this study, he attended the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, where he graduated and had his film debut. He met his wife-to-be, Daisy Foote, at the production of Hallmark Hall of Fame: Lily Dale (1996). Foote is the daughter of 1962 Academy Award-winning screenwriter and Pulitzer Prize-winner Horton Foote, who adapted Lily Dale for the film himself.
Guinee is known for his role as Tomin in the television series Stargate SG-1. In 2005, he starred as record producer Sam Phillips in the Golden Globe® Award-winning miniseries Elvis. Guinee stars as Ben Matheson in Revolution. He was a cast regular in AMC's Hell on Wheels, playing railroad entrepreneur Collis Huntington. Hell on Wheels aired on AMC from November 6, 2011, to July 23, 2016.
- 24 (season 7)
- Blue Bloods (2016, season 7, episode 9)
- Castle (season 4, episode 19)
- The Closer (2010) as 'Sam Dodson'
- Covert Affairs (season 2, episode 3)
- Criminal Minds
- In the CSI franchise
- The Division
- The Following (2015, season 3) as Duncan Banks
- Friday Night Lights
- Ghost Whisperer
- Golden Years
- The Good Wife (recurring)
- Hell on Wheels (2011-16, as 'Collis Huntington'; main cast)
- Homeland (season 2, episode 2; season 3, episode 1; Season 8, episode 1 & 2)
- L.A. Law
- In the Law & Order franchise
- Level 9
- Lie to Me (recurring)
- The Mentalist pilot ('Tag Randolph')
- Numb3rs (season 7, episode 3)
- NCIS (2009) as 'Bart Lemming'
- The Outer Limits
- Person of Interest (season 1, episode 6)
- The Practice
- Private Practice (2009, season 2, episode 12) as 'Seth')
- The Punisher (2017, season 1, 2 episodes) as Clay Wilson
- Revolution (2012–14, recurring; season 1, 8 episodes; season 2, 1 episode)
- Smallville (season 7)
- Spenser: For Hire (1987, season 2, episode 7) as 'Kevin Moran'
- Stargate SG-1 (Seasons 9–10, 3 episodes)
- Strange World (1999-2002) as 'Capt. Paul Turner'
- Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (unaired pilot)
- The West Wing
- Without a Trace
Television movies and miniseries
- Gore Vidal's Lincoln
- Mission of the Shark: The Saga of the U.S.S. Indianapolis
- Alex Haley's Queen
- Personal Velocity (2002)
- Warning: Parental Advisory
- The Road From Coorain
- The Lost Room
- Vinegar Hill
- The Suitor
- Brave New World
- Lily Dale
- Follow the River
- Breathing Lessons
|1989||American Blue Note||Bobby|
|1991||Once Around||Peter Hedges|
|1992||Chain of Desire||Ken|
|1993||The Night We Never Met||Kenneth|
|1994||Men of War||Ocker|
|1995||Black Day Blue Night||Bo Schrag|
|1995||How to Make an American Quilt||Young Dean|
|1996||Beavis and Butt-Head Do America||Hoover Dam Guide, AFT Agent||Voice|
|1996||Courage Under Fire||Warrant Officer One A. Rady|
|1998||John Carpenter's Vampires||Father Adam Guiteau|
|1998||Blade||Dr. Curtis Webb|
|1999||The Young Girl and the Monsoon||Jack|
|2004||Ladder 49||Captain Tony Corrigan|
|2005||Sweet Land||Young Olaf|
|2007||Broken English||Mark Andrews|
|2008||Iron Man||Major Allen|
|2008||Stargate: The Ark of Truth||Tomin|
|2008||Synecdoche, New York||Needleman Actor|
|2009||The Private Lives of Pippa Lee||Des Sarkissian|
|2010||A Buddy Story||Pete|
|2010||Iron Man 2||Major Allen|
|2011||Water for Elephants||Diamond Joe|
|2012||Promised Land||Drew Scott|
|2012||Just Like a Woman||George|
|2012||The Odd Life of Timothy Green||Marty Rader||Voice|
|2013||The Pardon||Norman Anderson|
|2014||Two Men in Town||Rod|
|2014||99 Homes||Frank Greene|
|2015||About Scout||Ray Havers|
|2015||Growing Up Smith||Officer Bob|
|2018||Ben Is Back||Phil|
- Weaver, Ally (October 7, 2011). "HSPVA celebrates 40 years". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved February 11, 2019.
- "Lily Dale". June 9, 1996. Retrieved November 21, 2017 – via www.imdb.com.
- "Tim Guinee bio". October 14, 2012. Archived from the original on November 8, 2012. Retrieved October 11, 2012.
- Nellie Andreeva (August 10, 2008). "Several shows add character". The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on August 22, 2008. Retrieved October 2, 2016.