As a member of New York's Circle Repertory Company, Hutton originated the lead role in the Broadway Production of Craig Lucas' Prelude to a Kiss and starred in Babylon Gardens with Mary Louise Parker. In addition, Hutton appeared in the Los Angeles stage production of The Oldest Living Graduate, opposite Henry Fonda, which was later broadcast live on NBC. Hutton also directed Nicole Burdette's Busted for the New York-based theatre company, Naked Angels.
On television, Hutton produced and starred in Showtime's Mr. and Mrs. Loving, written and directed by Oscar-nominated Richard Friedenberg (A River Runs Through It), starred as the title character in Showtime's acclaimed Aldrich Ames: Traitor Within, and the docudrama WW III for the Fox Network. After starring in A&E's highly successful Nero Wolfe: The Golden Spiders, the network went back to Hutton, who agreed to executive produce, direct and star in several additional Nero Wolfe adaptations. These highly acclaimed films premiered in Spring 2001 on A&E, with a repertoire of actors who co-star with Hutton and Maury Chaykin, and ran for two years.
Working behind the camera, Hutton has directed a number of music videos, including Drive by the Cars, Not Enough Love by Don Henley, the Neil Young Concert Film Freedom, as well as an episode of Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories entitled Grandpa's Ghost, from a story he wrote.
In 2006, Hutton costarred in the critically acclaimed film The Good Shepherd alongside Robert DeNiro and Matt Damon. He can also be seen in The Last Mimzy directed by Bob Shaye, and When a Man Falls in the Forest in which he stars with Sharon Stone. Awaiting release is The Killing Room directed by Jonathan Liebesman, and Roman Polanski's The Ghost. Hutton is currently starring in the TNT drama Leverage, executive produced and directed by Dean Devlin.
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Timothy Hutton Facts
|Birthday||August 16, 1960 (56)|
|Birthplace||Malibu, California, USA|
|Height||6' 1" (1m85) How tall is Timothy Hutton compared to you?|
|Awards||1981 Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor (for Ordinary People)|
|1981 Golden Globe Awards: Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Motion Picture (for Ordinary People)|
|The Good Shepherd|
|The Last Mimzy|
|The Ghost Writer|
|The Last Holiday|