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Timothy Lewis Matthieson was born on December 31, 1947, in Glendale, California. He is an actor and director most famous for his roles in National Lampoon's Animal House and The West Wing.
Matheson started appearing on TV while he was just a teenager. During this time, Timothy starred in Window on Main Street as Roddy Miller. The film was a nostalgia comedy, and Matheson was featured on it at the age of 13. Apart from conventional acting, Matheson's voice has also been used for voice-over work on Jonny Quest. Apart from that animated series, Matheson's voice has also been employed in various other animations, including Space Ghost and Sinbad Jr. and his Magic Belt.
In 1969, Matheson became a cast member in the NBC TV show The Virginian, where he played the role of Jim Horn. After starring in The Virginian, Matheson then took on a guest role in Night Gallery. In 1972, Matheson was in Bonanza, where he played various roles in the TV series' final season. Matheson played Phil Sweet, a motorcycle cop in Magnum Force. Years later, Timothy was again featured on various CBS films, including Three for the Road, a short-lived drama, Leave It to Beaver, and My Three Sons.
In 1976, Matheson took advantage of an opportunity to star in an NBC TV show called The Quest. In the series, which encompassed 15 episodes, Timothy starred with Kurt Russell, a renowned and well-respected actor. The storyline was about two young men searching for their sister's whereabouts in the American West because the sister was held captive. After some time away from acting, Matheson was again seen on screen. He had one of his most special rules when he co-starred alongside John Belushi in National Lampoon's Animal House. This was before the two actors acted together again in 1941. In furthering his acting career, Matheson starred in Fletch and Up the Creek, both comedy films.
Aside from acting, Matheson tried to put his entrepreneurial abilities into practice with Dan Grodnik when they purchased National Lampoon. During this time, the magazine was entangled in a severe financial crisis. However, it was rather unfortunate that Matheson and his business partner could not bring back the magazine to a state of financial stability. As a result, the business partners resorted to selling it in 1991. In addition to being cast in numerous films and TV series, Matheson has also directed various episodes of certain shows, including Burn Notice and Third Watch. Tim has also referred to Suits, Ed, Criminal Minds, The Twilight Zone, White Collar, Cold Case, White Collar, Without a Trace, Shark, The West Wing, The Good Guys, and Psych. Tim likes to get involved in politics because he has extreme opinions about society. He was raised to be equal and welcoming to all people, and he described his upbringing in Smashing Interviews.
"My mother and grandmother were from the south, and they were yellow-dog Democrats. I was raised in the Civil Rights era. My mother worked for John Kennedy, campaigning. So, that's how I grew up. I wouldn't say I liked Reagan as a governor because it seemed like the homeless population increased overnight when he closed all of the mental health facilities in California. There were budget cutbacks. I'm not saying that good or bad, but suddenly, there were homeless people everywhere. It just seemed to be a direct correlation to him."
There's a stereotype that everyone in Hollywood is blind liberal, but that label does not apply to Tim. He was not a transplant that moved from somewhere else to California. He grew up in California and called himself a true citizen of the state. While some celebrities like to be parrots and voice things that they heard from another source to brighten up their images, Tim only speaks the truth when he talks about his state's political climate.
He never had luck with girls when he was young. He went to prom with his sister's girlfriend. After his acting career started, he fell in love with Jennifer Leak and married her in 1968. According to Tim, it was an immature decision. The relationship fell apart within six months after the wedding. They tried to keep the marriage alive, but they got separated a few years later, in 1971. He also had a romantic fling with Stacey Nelkin before his relationship with Leak.
In 1979, he met Megan Murphy, with whom he fell in love at first sight. Megan was not attracted to the partying Hollywood star, and thus she denied his advances. Tim left his partying style, and it took six years for Megan to accept him as her husband. The two finally got married in 1985. He has three children with Megan. He got divorced from Megan Murphy after 25 years of marriage in 2010.
The reason for his two divorces was never made public. He never spoke about his divorces but did talk about surviving it in general and having fun out of it. The kid's custody wasn't a part of the separation as they were all older than 18 at the time of the divorce. In an interview, Kristie Alley stated that she dated Tim in the early 1980s. Their relationship ended when Tim's fiancée visited him unexpectedly. Kristie escaped out of the window to avoid a scene. She tagged his fiancée as a secret fiancée, and there is speculation that the fiancée was Megan. He was dating Megan in the early '80s and was by 1986. Thus, there is a high possibility that the secret fiancée could be Megan. There are no details as to how Megan reacted to this. According to a few sources, Kristie's sex story can be the reason for Megan's separation from Tim. Some say that Tim and Kristie were having a casual sexual relationship and not a serious relationship. In March 2018, he married Elizabeth Marighetto, and the two now live in Hollywood, California.
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