New York improviser: Timothy Dunn

Timothy Dunn

TIMOTHY DUNN is a Midwestern boy at heart, hailing from the Windy City. Of Chicago. With his BS in Communications from Northwestern University in tow, Tim moved to New York in 2004 and was thrilled to join the UCB family in January 2008, where he's been an actor on Maude Night with teams "mixtape '98," "GORILLA GORILLA," his current team, "Neighbor Boy!"

In addition to Maude Night, Tim has been seen on the UCB stage as one-half of the two-person sketch show, "How Rude: Tim & D'Arcy Find the 90s!", as President Rutherford B. Hayes in the comedic one-act play, "Waiting for Obama: A Night at the Disney Hall of Presidents," co-directing and performing in the musical sketch show "Sing Out, Louise," getting handies as Brad Sacks in "Brad Sacks Gets a Handjob," and as a proud member of the superstar sketch team "Tremendous Machine."

Outside of UCB, Tim's performed Off and Off-Off Broadway, as a voice actor, a commercial actor and a live event and television host. His latest hosting project, PET-O-RAMA (a hilarious, video pet talent show co-hosted by real-life pal D'Arcy Carden), recently aired on THE ANIMAL PLANET television network. Woo hoo!

Tim loves insanely spicy foods, strong coffee, and fake fighting with his goofy pitbull puppy, Harry. Performer Page: []