Tim Considine American sportswriter and actor

Tim Considine is a 81 years old American sportswriter and actor from Los Angeles, California. He was born on December 31, 1940 in Los Angeles, California as Timothy Daniel Considine.



Timothy Daniel Tim Considine is a former American child actor and young adult actor who was popular in the late 1950s and early 1960s. He later became a writer photographer and automotive historian.
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His real name:
Birth name of Tim Considine is Timothy Daniel Considine
Is Tim Considine still alive?

Yes, Tim Considine is still alive Last check: 1 year ago


His father John W. Considine, Jr. and John W. Considine, Jr. was 42 years old when Tim born. His father was a Film producer.


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Mother: (?)
John W. Considine, Jr.
Father: John W. Considine, Jr.


Charlotte Stewart

Charlotte Stewart, Actress

He married with Charlotte Stewart (78), in 1965. Tim Considine was 24 and Charlotte Stewart was 23 years old. After 7 years, they break up in 1972.


Tim Considine has 1 sibling. Actor John (5 years older)

Tim Considine net worth

He has a net worth of 5 million dollars.


Tim Considine Movies (14)

There are 14 movies of Tim Considine.

His first feature film was Patton (1970, as Soldier Who Gets Slapped). He was 29 when he starred in this movie. Since 1970, he has appeared in 14 feature films. The last one is Ray of Sunshine (2006). In this movie, we watched him in the Judge character .

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Tim Considine movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Tim Considine TV Shows (20)

His first TV Show was Treasury Men in Action (1950).

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Awards (1)

Awarded Disney Legends in 2005 .

What is Tim's zodiac sign?

Tim Considine zodiac sign is capricorn.

When is Considine's next birthday?

Tim Considine was born on the , which was a Tuesday. He will be turning 82 in only 222 days from today (23 May, 2022).

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