Timothy Stickney

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Timothy D. Stickney (born January 31, 1965) is an American actor.

Timothy Stickney has made many appearances in many made-for-TV films, and has worked alongside actors such as Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro. Currently, he is mostly recognized for his role as bad guy Randall James "R.J." Gannon on the ABC soap opera, One Life to Live, a role originated in 1994. In 2006 his role as RJ was bumped down from contract to recurring. However, "R.J." kept his shot in the opening credits for several months after his demotion. He learned to juggle when he was in junior high school and one of his first performances was in a school play called Chuck and Larry. He starred in many musicals at Dickinson High School before moving to New York City to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. In 2007, Timothy appeared as Oswald (opposite Kevin Kline) in the Public Theater's production of King Lear and also as Prince Escalus in their "Shakespeare in the Park" production of Romeo and Juliet at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. Stickney was a member of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival for four seasons. Co-Starring with Christopher Plummer in productions of Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatra and Shakespeare's The Tempest. Both productions were directed by Des McAnuff, festival artistic director, and were filmed in HD for theatrical release by Bravo/CBC. Most recently Stickney appeared as Macbeth in the Repertory Theatre of St Louis' 2011 main stage production.

He is the brother of actress Phyllis Yvonne Stickney.

He directed Shakespeare's classic tragedy King Lear and The Pecong for Take Wing and Soar Productions at the National Black Theatre in New York City.


  • Coming Soon (1999)
  • Office Killer (1997)
  • Cop Land (1997)
  • White Lies (1996)
  • One Life to Live (Randall James/R.J. Gannon (aka Jimmy Glover) (1994–2008, 2009)
  • Three of Hearts (1993)
  • Barbarians at the Gate (1993)
  • Blood Brothers (1993)
  • Indecency (1992)
  • Light Sleeper (1992)
  • Maintenance (1992)
  • The Marla Hanson Story (1991)
  • Green Card (1990)
  • The Return of Superfly (1990)
  • Where the Heart Is (1990)

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