Timothy Adams (actor)

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Timothy Adams
Born Timothy Christopher Adams
(1967-08-04) August 4, 1967 (age 49)
Belleville, New Jersey, United States
Occupation Actor, model
Years active 1995-present
Spouse(s) Daisy Fuentes (1991-1995)

Timothy Christopher Adams (born August 4, 1967) is an American actor and model. He is best known or his portrayal of Brucie Kibbutz in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV. He has also been in various television roles such Casey Mitchum in Sunset Beach as well as multiple film roles as bit parts such as Bad Boys II and Die Hard with a Vengeance.

Early life[edit]

Adams was born in Bellville, New Jersey and grew up in Harrison, New Jersey, the middle child of five. He was a student at Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington, New Jersey and Harrison High School in Harrison. He received a BA in Computer Science in New Jersey City University and was a partner in a trucking company before he started his career in show business. He received recognition as an actor when he signed with a modeling agency.


Adams gained his first credited role in the film Die Hard with a Vengeance. He later started his soap opera career with his role on the short-lived NBC drama Sunset Beach as Casey Mitchum from 1997-1999. After a few appearances on television shows and films, he returned to soap operas playing Rob Layne on Guiding Light, a role he played in 2000. Adams made his major film debut in the 2003 summer blockbuster Bad Boys II, where he worked alongside Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

He has been a fitness model since being discovered by renowned modeling photographer John Yannella during his Sunset Beach days, having been seen on the cover of Men's Health several times as well as being the featured model on the cover and within Jeff Csatari's book Your Best Body at 40+, by Rodale Press (also publishers of the magazine).

He played Ron Walsh, on a recurring basis, on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live, a role he has played on-and-off since 2003. He also guest starred on Rescue Me in the third season, playing opposite Mike Lombardi. In April 2008 he appeared as a gossip reporter on 30 Rock. In 2010, Adams appeared for 8 episodes in the role of Dr. Clayton on All My Children.

Adams is also known as a comedian. He is the voice actor of Brucie Kibbutz in Grand Theft Auto IV. He also reprised his role as Brucie in Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony.

Personal life[edit]

Adams was married to model and TV personality Daisy Fuentes[1] from 1991–1995. They were high school sweethearts.


Year Film Role Notes
1995 Die Hard with a Vengeance Gunther Credited Role
1999 The Virgin Suicides Buzz Romano Credited Role
Credited as Tim Adams
2003 Bad Boys II DEA Van Agent Credited Role
2005 Little Manhattan TV Cowboy Credited Role
2014 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Pilot
2016 Pearl Kurt TV Movie
Year Title Role Notes
1997–1999 Sunset Beach Casey Mitchum 312 Episodes
2000 Guiding Light Rob Layne 2 Episodes
2002–2003 Ocean Ave. Thomas "Thom" O'Keefe 68 Episodes
2003–2006 One Life to Live Ron Walsh 5 Episodes
2005 Law & Order Tom McGrath Episode: "Obsession"
2006 Conviction Bob The Beast Episode: "Madness"
Rescue Me Mike's Roommate 7 Episodes
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Brent Allen Banks Episode: "Uncle"
Law & Order Attorney Tindell Episode: "Corner Office"
2008 30 Rock NY Post Guy Episode: "MILF Island"
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Spencer London Episode: "Contract"
Life on Mars John Philip Fisher Episode: "My Maharishi Is Bigger Than Your Maharishi"
2010 All My Children Dr. Clayton 8 Episodes
2011 Unforgettable Steve Latman Episode: "Pilot"
2013 White Collar Museum Guard Episode: "Shoot the Moon"
Golden Boy David Reed Episode: "Sacrifice"
Hostages Jack Cahill Episode: "The Cost of Living"
2015 Blue Bloods John Knight, ESU Captain Episode: "Worst Case Scenario"
2016 The Blacklist Dean Bradley Episode: "Miles McGrath (No. 65)
Video games
Year Video game Role Notes
2008 Grand Theft Auto IV Brucie Kibbutz GameSpy Character of the Year 2008[2]
GameSpot Best New Character[3]
2009 Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony Supporting character
2011 Saints Row: The Third Random Saint
2013 Grand Theft Auto: V Brucie Kibbutz Grand Theft Auto Online only


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