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Biography #2 (for Tell Me You Love Me)

Tim DeKay was most recently seen as series regular Clayton Jones in the just completed second season of the HBO series Carnivāle.

Mr. DeKay's feature work includes the upcoming films 'The Chumscrubber', 'Walkout' (HB0), 'Peaceful Warrior', and 'Control', in which he stars opposite Ray Liotta and Willem Dafoe. He can also be seen in the independent feature 'Welcome to the Neighborhood', and the critically-acclaimed 'Big Eden'. Mr. DeKay's other feature work includes 'Swordfish', 'If These Walls Could Talk' and others.

Mr. DeKay is also known for his extensive theater work. He was seen on Broadway with Pat Carroll and Boyd Gaines in 'The Show-Off'. Off-Broadway he played the title role in 'Billy Budd' at Circle in the Square. He played 'Richard the Lionheart' in the National Tour of 'Lion In Winter'. His Regional Theatre work includes 'Burning Blue' at The Court Theatre in L.A. where he received an LA Weekly nomination for Best Actor. He performed 'Someone to Watch Over Me' and 'Star Fever' at the Denver Center where he is a company member. Mark Lamos directed him in the Merchant of Venice at Hartford stage. He has also performed at the Cleveland Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Penguin Repertory, Indiana Repertory and Levin Theatre (Othello) with Avery Brooks, and Pasadena Shakespeare, among many others.

Mr. DeKay's television credits include recurring roles on 'My Name Is Earl', 'Everwood', 'Party of Five' and 'Seinfeld' (as Bizarro Jerry). His numerous Guest Star appearances include roles on 'CSI', 'Without A Trace', and 'Friends'.

You can also hear Mr. DeKay occasionally on NPR performing in both classical and new plays for L.A. TheatreWorks. Mr. DeKay is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio. His education includes a B.S from Le Moyne College and an M.F.A. in Acting from Rutgers University where he met his wife, actress Elisa Taylor. They currently reside in Los Angeles with their two children.

Bio courtesy HBO for "Tell Me You Love Me" (11-Sep-2007)


Biography #3 (for Carnivāle)

Mr. DeKay's feature work includes a lead role in the indie feature Welcome to the Neighborhood. He also starred in the critically acclaimed festival favorite Big Eden, with Academy Award winner Louise Fletcher and Arye Gross. Mr. DeKay's other feature work includes turns opposite Don Cheadle in Swordfish with John Travolta, If These Walls Could Talk with Demi Moore and The Pentagon Wars with Kelsey Grammer.

Mr. DeKay is also known for his extensive theatre work. He was seen on Broadway with Pat Carroll and Boyd Gaines in The Show-Off. Off-Broadway he played the title role in Billy Budd at Circle in the Square. He did the National Tour of The Lion in Winter with George Peppard. His Regional Theatre work includes Burning Blue at the Lorraine Hansbury Theatre in San Francisco and The Court Theatre in L.A. where he received a LA Weekly nomination for Best Actor. He performed Someone to Watch Over Me and Star Fever at the Denver Center where he is a company member. Mark Lamos directed him in The Merchant of Venice at Hartford Stage. He has also performed at the Cleveland Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Penguin Repertory, Indiana Repertory, and Levin Theatre (Othello) with Avery Brooks, and Pasadena Shakespeare, among many others.

Mr. DeKay was most recently seen on television in the recurring role of Reverend Keyes on Everwood. His guest star appearances include Friends, Malcolm in the Middle, and The Practice, among many others. He has also recurred on Party of Five and Seinfeld (as Bizarro Jerry).

You can also hear Mr. DeKay occasionally on NPR performing in plays for L.A. Theatre Works with Mercedes Ruehl, Charles Durning, Linda Lavin, Anthony La Paglia, Michael Cristopher, John Marshall, Geoffrey Jones, Stephanie Zimbalist and others.

Mr. DeKay is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio. His education includes a B.S. in Business Administration from Le Moyne College and an M.F.A. in Acting from Rutgers University where he met his wife, actress Elisa Taylor.

Bio courtesy HBO for "Carnivāle" (26-Oct-2003)


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