Timothy Hutton
American actor
Timothy Hutton
Timothy Tarquin Hutton is an American actor and director. He is the youngest actor to win the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, which he won at the age of 20 for his performance as Conrad Jarrett in Ordinary People (1980). Hutton has since appeared regularly in feature films and on television, with featured roles in Taps, The Falcon and the Snowman, and The Dark Half, among others. Since 2008 he has starred as Nathan "Nate" Ford on the TNT drama series Leverage.
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ABC's <i>American Crime</i> Once Again Pokes Into Our Uncomfortable Places, and That's Good
Huffington Post - about 1 year
If you want to see what a "big swing" really looks like on prime-time television, check out the second season of ABC's American Crime, which premieres Thursday night at 10. "Big swing" has become a buzzword du jour in the TV biz, code for a show that commits the financial and talent resources to tackle a tough issue in an ambitious, unblinking way. A gratifying number of shows have aimed for that in recent years, with varying degrees of success. The Walking Dead works, The Slap did not. American Crime put itself on the list last year with its first season, and it only gets more solid in season 2. A big chunk of the credit goes to lead characters Timothy Hutton and Felicity Huffman, who were terrific in Season 1 and just as good this second time around. While it's an ensemble show, certain key characters have to work, and once Huffman and Hutton have nailed down the foundation, it gives everything else a solid footing. Huffman plays Leslie Graham, headmistress of a private ...
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10 Gifts That Television Gave Us in 2015
Huffington Post - about 1 year
As the annual holiday march of the reruns takes over television for the next two weeks, we should remind ourselves that TV has never saved its gifts for the end of the year. It spreads them out, which is exactly the right way to do it. So in that spirit, let's pause a moment to recall some of the shows, and one individual, whose aim in 2015 was true. The shows aren't necessarily the year's best, though some are. But they all offered a level of delight, fun, truth, insight or sheer entertainment that reminded us why, no matter how much we grumble about it, most of us watch television. In no order except alphabetical: 1. American Crime. ABC's anthology series started with a disturbing, uncomfortable drama about crime and race. It featured terrific performances by Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton, and to the great credit of ABC, the series was renewed despite modest ratings. 2. Blindspot. Jaimie Alexander climbed out of the duffel bag in Times Square, put some clo ...
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American Crime Season 2 Will Tackle Sexual Identity
Yahoo News - over 1 year
Season 2 of ABC's series American Crime will examine issues of sexual identity and socioeconomic inequality against the backdrop of two Midwestern high schools, one public and one private. The plot follows high school student Taylor Blaine (Connor Jessup), who accuses two basketball players at an ... Read More &gt; Other Links From TVGuide.com American Crime Timothy Hutton Felicity Huffman Trevor Jackson Joey Pollari This article, American Crime Season 2 Will Tackle Sexual Identity, originally appeared on TVGuide.com.
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What to Watch Tonight: Vikings, the Debuts of American Crime and Dig, and Scandal
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
What to watch on Thursday, March 5... 8pm, CBS The Big Bang Theory Sheldon applies for a one-way Martian voyage in "The Colonization Application," perhaps seeking entirely new species to annoy and alienate. But Amy is none too pleased at the prospect of losing her beau to the Red Planet. In other relationship pickles, Leonard surprises Penny within a ribald gift and Raj goes a-snooping in Emily's pad. 8pm, ABC Grey's Anatomy A gallery full of doctors watches Amelia and Stephanie operate on Dr. Herman in "The Distance," but honestly most of them are just there to see Katy Perry and Left Shark perform at halftime. With Dr. Herman under the knife, Arizona takes on one of her cases, much to Bailey's consternation. 8pm, NBC The Slap Manolis is determined to pull the family back from the brink and persuade Aisha to forgive Harry. "Sometimes what you truly need to slap... is your pride," he'll solemnly intone, and then everyone will hug and we'll all get out of this thing four episodes early. ...
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Film Shorts
The Portland Mercury - over 4 years
In which we hit it and quit it. Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry See review this issue. Living Room Theaters. Auto-Cinematic Video Mix Tape From 1996 through the mid-2000s, Peripheral Produce was a valued part of Portland's film community, mediating the relationship between fringe filmmakers and general audiences with screenings, a VHS label, and the annual PDX Film Fest. Perhaps the oldest document from the organization is the VHS collection Auto-Cinematic Video Mix Tape, featuring early work from the likes of now-famous Portlanders Vanessa Renwick, Miranda July, and Jon Raymond. This week, to mark its long-awaited release on DVD, the Hollywood's screening Auto-Cinematic—and in addition to its grainy, pre-digital shorts that include everything from games of Mortal Kombat reenacted by Raymond to July answering questions as a 12-year-old Olympic swimmer, there will be new works from Portland's current-day experimental filmmakers, carrying ...
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Tribeca Film Festival takes an international turn
LATimes - almost 5 years
Since it was founded a decade ago, the Tribeca Film Festival has tried on many identities. It’s attempted to become a hot spot for sports movies, narrative documentaries, music-themed films and genre flicks, to name just a few. But this year’s confab, which kicks off Wednesday night in Manhattan and runs through April 29, is assuming a more unlikely role: as a prime venue to discover international films. The most prominent world-cinema gathering, of course, takes place 4,000 miles (and four weeks) away in Cannes, France. But thanks to the hiring of Frederic Boyer, a longtime Cannes Film Festival programmer, and a renewed focus on foreign directors, Tribeca this year will showcase an especially wide range of internationally flavored titles. Among the featured films are a Havana-set coming-of-age story, “Una Noche,” from first-time British director Lucy Mulloy; “Yossi,” Israeli auteur Eytan Fox’s sequel to his well-received 2002 gay-soldier drama “Yossi and Jagger”; an Indian beauty ...
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Grantland's Mega NFL Preview: Part I - Grantland
Google News - over 5 years
Seriously, fellow Southern Californian Timothy Hutton is going to be pissed. Instead, the team appears set to start rookie quarterback Andy Dalton, a second-round pick who spent his career in a spread offense at TCU. Regardless of how Dalton ends up
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Q & A with Leverage's Aldis Hodge - OregonLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
Shot in Portland, Ore., the show follows a group of lawbreakers turned good guys, led by a former insurance investigator played by Timothy Hutton. Now four seasons into its run, Leverage also stars Gina Bellman, Christian Kane and Beth Riesgraf
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Catching up with 'Leverage' season 4: 'The Queen's Gambit Job' - OregonLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
In the meantime, &quot;The Queen&#39;s Gambit Job&quot; sent the team in search of a nuclear reactor thingy, pitted Nate (Timothy Hutton) against chess grand masters, paired odd couple Eliot (Christian Kane) and Sterling (Mark Sheppard) on a surveillance gig and
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Vegas Cine Fest escapes from 'net - Las Vegas Review-Journal
Google News - over 5 years
(Both filmmakers are in the family business; Hutton is the son of actors Timothy Hutton and Debra Winger, and you might also have heard of Redford&#39;s actor-director dad, Robert.) But Hutton won&#39;t only be participating in panel discussions and a
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TNT Announces 2011 Fall/Winter Schedule TNT announces Fall/Winter Schedule - MovieWeb
Google News - over 5 years
Academy Award winner Timothy Hutton stars, along with Gina Bellman, Christian Kane, Beth Riesgraf and Aldis Hodge. Leverage premiered in 2008 and is currently averaging more than 4.8 million viewers in its fourth season, up 10% over last season
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Film incentives fade - The Columbian
Google News - over 5 years
By Troy Wayrynen Timothy Hutton and other actors, as well as production crew members, shot a scene for TNT&#39;s television program “Leverage” in downtown Vancouver on May 2. By Zachary Kaufman The crew of the TNT drama “Leverage” set
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"The Grave Danger Job"/"The Boiler Room Job" - A.V. Club
Google News - over 5 years
In the final five minutes of the second of tonight&#39;s two back-to-back episodes, a scheduling ploy that I believe TNT executed specifically because it gives Timothy Hutton a laugh to know that I&#39;m getting paid the same
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Leverage Renewed; Joins True Blood, Warehouse 13, Suits, and In Plain Sight in ... - E! Online
Google News - over 5 years
TNT&#39;s caper &quot;drama&quot;—starring Timothy Hutton as a Robin Hood con artist—is the latest in a flurry of season renewals announced this week. Also returning to a TV near you are HBO&#39;s True Blood (season five), Syfy&#39;s Warehouse 13 (season four) and Suits,
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Exclusive Leverage Video: Nate Comes Face-to-Face with His Nemesis! - TV Guide
Google News - over 5 years
Someone&#39;s been keeping tabs on Leverage&#39;s Nate Ford (Timothy Hutton) all season. In Sunday&#39;s episode, that man will reveal himself, and we have your exclusive first look! Guest star Leon Rippy (Deadwood, Saving Grace) returns as
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Vanity Fair Editor Tries Design; Built By Wendy Goes Under the Knife - Racked NY (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The Vanity Fair deputy editor and sister of actor Timothy Hutton has designed a line of simple little shift dresses for uptown boutique Edit New York. All eight pieces were created in conjunction with former Derek Lam designer Vee Lapnarongchai and
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Leverage Season Three DVD Set a Gift to Fans - The Trades
Google News - over 5 years
The team had scattered, and their leader, Nate Ford (Timothy Hutton), was in jail where he seemed content to serve out his time. That is, until he finds out that his privatized prison incarcerates innocent people just to keep their quotas up
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Timothy Hutton
    FIFTIES
  • 2014
    Age 53
    In 2014, Hutton was cast opposite Felicity Huffman in John Ridley's ABC crime drama American Crime.
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  • 2011
    Age 50
    Hutton starred in a Groupon commercial during the 2011 Super Bowl which drew public ire for the parodying of the Tibetan resistance movement.
    More Details Hide Details The commercials were pulled from rotation on February 10 after continued negative response from the public and activist groups.
  • FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 49
    In 2010, he directed the music video for "The House Rules" by country rocker/Leverage co-star Christian Kane.
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  • 2008
    Age 47
    Hutton starred in the television series Leverage from 2008 to 2012, where he played former insurance investigator Nate Ford who led a group of thieves who acted as modern-day Robin Hoods.
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  • 2006
    Age 45
    He appeared in 13 feature films from 2006 to 2008.
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  • 2003
    Age 42
    Hutton is one of the owners of the New York City restaurant and bar P. J. Clarke's. In 2003 he became president of Players, a New York actors' club, but he resigned in June 2008 due to work keeping him in Los Angeles.
    More Details Hide Details He has also made a few forays into directing, the most famous of which includes the music video for the Cars' hit single "Drive" in 1984.
  • 2001
    Age 40
    In 2001 Hutton starred in the television miniseries WW3, and in 2006 he had a lead role in the NBC series Kidnapped, playing Conrad Cain, the wealthy father of a kidnapped teenager.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2000
    Age 39
    In 2000, he married illustrator Aurore Giscard d'Estaing, niece of former French president Valéry Giscard d'Estaing.
    More Details Hide Details Their son Milo was born in Paris in 2001. In July 2009, US Weekly reported that Hutton and his second wife, Giscard d'Estaing, had separated. Hutton became a Freemason at Herder Lodge No. 698 in New York City in 2005.
  • 1996
    Age 35
    In 1996, he starred in the popular ensemble film, Beautiful Girls, playing opposite 14-year-old Natalie Portman in one of her early standout film roles.
    More Details Hide Details Moving on to television, he starred as Nero Wolfe's assistant and leg-man Archie Goodwin in the A&E television series A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001–2002); he also served as an executive producer, and also directed several episodes of the series. His other directing credits include the family film Digging to China (1998).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1989
    Age 28
    In 1989, he made his Broadway stage debut opposite his Ordinary People co-star Elizabeth McGovern in the A.R. Gurney play Love Letters.
    More Details Hide Details He followed this with another Broadway role in the Craig Lucas hit comedy, Prelude to a Kiss, which also starred Mary-Louise Parker and Barnard Hughes. During the late 1980s and into the 1990s, Hutton began to take large supporting parts in films, most notably in Everybody's All-American with Jessica Lange and Dennis Quaid and French Kiss with Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline.
  • 1987
    Age 26
    Hutton has married twice. His first marriage (1986–1990) was to actress Debra Winger; they have a son, Noah, born in 1987.
    More Details Hide Details Hutton dated Uma Thurman during the time they filmed Beautiful Girls and Angelina Jolie during Jolie's separation from Jonny Lee Miller.
  • 1984
    Age 23
    In 1984 he directed the music video for The Cars's song "Drive".
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  • 1981
    Age 20
    Immediately following his success, he starred in the acclaimed 1981 ABC television film A Long Way Home co-starring Brenda Vaccaro.
    More Details Hide Details Hutton's next feature film, Taps (with George C. Scott, Sean Penn, and Tom Cruise), was popular with critics and audiences, but during the next several years, his motion pictures, such as Iceman, Daniel, Turk 182, Made in Heaven, and Q&A, struggled at the box office. His only substantial hit was 1985's The Falcon and the Snowman which teamed him again with Sean Penn.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1980
    Age 19
    He then made two CBS made-for TV films in 1980: Young Love, First Love with Valerie Bertinelli, and Father Figure with Hal Linden.
    More Details Hide Details For his first feature film performance, as Conrad Jarrett in Ordinary People (1980), Hutton won both the Academy Award and the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor. His performance also earned him the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture – Male.
  • 1979
    Age 18
    Timothy Hutton's career began with parts in several television movies, most notably the 1979 ABC TV film Friendly Fire.
    More Details Hide Details That year, he also played the son of Donna Reed in the Ross Hunter NBC television film, The Best Place to Be.
    On June 2, 1979, Jim Hutton died in Los Angeles from liver cancer, two days after his 45th birthday.
    More Details Hide Details In 1981, Hutton dedicated his Academy Award, which he had won for his role in the movie Ordinary People, to his father.
  • 1976
    Age 15
    In 1976 when he was 16, Hutton sought out his father and moved in with him in Los Angeles.
    More Details Hide Details At Fairfax High School, while playing Nathan Detroit in a school production of Guys and Dolls, he realized he wanted to become an actor. With encouragement from both of his parents, he carefully built himself a career in television.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1960
    Born
    Born in 1960.
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