Tim Kelleher is an actor. He grew up in New York, where he studied acting, and founded with some friends a theatre company called, The Colony Theatre. Tim Kelleher's career includes many guest appearances on TV shows, and a recurring role in Dark Skies (1996). Furthermore, Tim played in more than two dozen movies, including Independence Day (1996), the Negotiator (1998), Thirteen Days (2000), and more recently, Matchstick Men (2003). He also directed in 2000 a short movie called, the Skell, starring John Costelloe, David Morse, Paul Giamatti, Nestor Serrano, Dianne Ramirez and Joe Gannascoli.
Tim Kelleher's currently preparing a Ph.D. in Theology.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2006.
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|Birthplace||Bronx, New York, USA|