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  • Date of birth : 17/08/1957

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Tim Bagley (1957)

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Timothy Hugh "Tim" Bagley is an American character actor who has appeared in numerous films and television programs. He is perhaps best known for his recurring roles on the TV series Will & Grace, Monk and $h*! My Dad Says.'''

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 early life
Bagley was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the son of Carol and Elwyn Bagley. He has four siblings, Anne, Patrick, Kit and Dan. The family also lived in Madison and Trempealeau, Wisconsin and Niles, Michigan.

After high school, Tim moved to Southern California to perform with the singing group, The Young Americans. During this time, he also attended California State University Fullerton, where he majored in Art with a Psychology minor.

At some point he began taking acting classes with Nina Foch and Howard Fine, and began training and working with The Groundlings.

In 1994, Fern Champion and Mark Paladini cast Bagley in his first feature film role as Irv the mechanic in the hit film The Mask.

 film career
In addition to his work in independent films, Bagley has appeared in big-budget movies like The Mask, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and Knocked Up. Other high profile films include Employee of the Month, Happy, Texas and Mistress, starring Robert De Niro. He appeared briefly at the beginning of the 2006 film Accepted.

He also had a memorable monologue in The Day After Tomorrow as TV news reporter Tommy Levinson, first seen trapped at the Santa Monica Pier during a hailstorm, and later reporting live as tornadoes strike Los Angeles . Bagley delivered his lines with a helicopter hovering a mere 10 feet above his head, only to discover years later that director Roland Emmerich describes it as one of the most dangerous and terrifying shots he's ever done.

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