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ACTOR
Timothy Omundson
Name Timothy Michael Omundson
Birth Date 29 July, 1969
Birth Place St. Joseph, Missouri, US
Family Allison (wife)
Lily (daughter)
Years Active 1992 - present (onscreen)
Timothy Omundson is an American stage, film and TV actor most notably known for his roles as Sean Potter on Judging Amy and as Detective Carlton Lassiter in the Psych.

BiographyEdit

Timothy Omundson, the youngest of four children, was born in St. Joseph, Missouri, to a former railroad man and a teacher, but grew up in Seattle, Washington, where his family moved when he was one. He started to study theater at the age of twelve at the Seattle Children's Theater, in his own words To get attention. And the fact that it was one of the only things I was good at, at a young age, which made me feel special.

With acting as his main focus, Omundson interned at theaters throughout high school, spent the summer of his junior year in New York at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and held the honor of Washington State Debate Champion in Dramatic Interpretation for two years. He too was part of the Empty Space Theatre.

After graduating from Interlake High School in 1987, he made applications to just two schools... but he only send one, the one to the University of Southern California. He was accepted and through his years there he won the Jack Nicholson Award and the James A. Doolittle Award for outstanding achievements in acting. He graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater, with an education that had prepared him to speak really well as it contained lots of voice training. It took him about a year to unlearn a lot of the stuff he had learned at school to get a job on TV, as the television camera, the film camera was never spoken of.

His professional career began when Larry David, creator of Seinfeld, presented him with a SAG Card on an episode of the hit show, where he made his TV debut as a guest star. Next would be a recurring role as Dr. Joshua Levin on SeaQuest DSV. And after that came a string of guest spots in series such as Married... With Children, Diagnosis Murder, the obligatory stop in a daytime soap in Days Of Our Lives and Mr. & Mrs. Smith. The recurring roles would land on his hands with ease, in shows like Fired Up, Jack & Jill and the breakthrough Eli in Xena: Warrior Princess.

From there he followed a path that included series like Early Edition, NYPD Blue, Nip/Tuck, The O.C., CSI: Miami, Criminal Minds, 24, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Cold Case, Jericho, Boston Legal and Without a Trace, and would eventually lead him to another recurring in Deadwood and finally to the character of Sean Potter in Judging Amy, his longest to the date, when he is starring in Psych as Detective Carlton Lassiter.

In between he made his debut on the big screen in Death of Night as a club manager and soon after he took a role in The Disappearance of Kevin Johnson. His résumé is peppered with titles as know as Starship Troopers, Swordfish, Mission: Impossible III and Crazy.

In the end, his voice training served him well when putting voices in several videogames for the Star Wars franchise and on stage, where he has played important roles in production like Othello, Dr. Faustus, Les Liaisons Dangereuses and Nicholas Nickleby.

On Criminal MindsEdit

Omundson portrayed Long Distance Serial Killer Phillip Dowd, an ex-Ranger dishonorably discharged with a severe case of narcissism, in the Season One episode L.D.S.K.

FilmographyEdit

  • Psych - 120 episodes (2006-2014) TV episodes - Carlton Lassiter
  • Human Target - Christopher Chance (2010) TV episode - Interrogator 
  • The Deep End - Pilot (2010) TV episode - Tim Ollerman
  • The Booth at the End (2010) TV series - Simon
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed - Ultimate Sith Edition (2009) (VG) (voice) - Proto Rebel 2
  • Without a Trace - Friends and Neighbors (2009) TV episode - Adam Fisher
  • Fracture (2008) (VG) - General Sheridan
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (2008) (VG) (voice) - Proto Rebel 2
  • Boston Legal - Indecent Proposals (2008) TV episode - Attorney Bill Withers
  • Jericho - 7 episodes (2007-2008) TV episodes - Phil Constantino
  • Cold Case - Sabotage (2008) TV episode - Luke Ross
  • Crazy (2008) - Paul Howard
  • Mission: Impossible III (2006) - IMF Agent
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - I Like to Watch (2006) TV episode - Producer
  • 24 - Day 5: 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. (2006) TV episode - Polokoff
  • Criminal Minds - L.D.S.K. (2005) TV episode - Phillip Dowd
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II (2005) (VG) (voice) - Male Alliance Infantry 2/Rebellion Commander
  • Hard Pill (2005) - Brad
  • CSI: Miami - Prey (2005) TV episode - Ted Griffin
  • The O.C. - The Aftermath (2005) TV episode - Deputy District Attorney Chris Caldwell
  • Judging Amy - 89 episodes (2000-2005) TV episodes - Sean Potter
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords (2004) (VG) (voice) - Additional Voices
  • Nip/Tuck - Mrs. Grubman (2004) TV episode - Jeremy Saddler
  • Deadwood - 4 episodes (2004) TV episodes - Brom Garret
  • Secret Weapons Over Normandy (2003) (VG) (voice) - American Voices #5
  • Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge (2003) (VG) (voice) - Nathan
  • Star Wars: Rogue Squadron III - Rebel Strike (2003) (VG) (voice) - Commander 7 / Fixer / Obi-Wan / Simulator Voice / Stormtrooper 1 / Tycho / Wingman 3
  • Down with Love (2003) - R.J.
  • John Doe - Tone Dead (2003) TV episode - P.J. Fox
  • Swordfish (2001) - Agent Thomas
  • NYPD Blue - Peeping Tommy (2001) TV episode - Seth Werna
  • The Luck of the Irish (2001) - Seamus McTiernen
  • Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (2000) - Silvio
  • V.I.P. - Lights, Camera, Val (2000) TV episode
  • Early Edition - The Play's the Thing (2000) TV episode - Antoine Gourmand
  • Xena: Warrior Princess - 6 episodes (1999-2000) TV episodes - Eli
  • Jack & Jill - 4 episodes (1999) TV episodes - Travis Cutler
  • Legacy - Emma and The Search Party (1998) TV episodes - Lloyd Cobb
  • Frasier - Good Grief (1998) TV episode - Director
  • Jenny - A Girl's Gotta Get Ready for Her Close-up (1998) TV episode - Griffin
  • Fired Up - 4 episodes (1997) TV episodes - Scott Bickley
  • Starship Troopers (1997) - Psychic
  • Relativity - Karen and Her Sisters (1997) TV episode - Therapist
  • Dark Skies - Both Sides Now (1997) TV episode - Jerry Rubin
  • Mr. & Mrs. Smith - The Space Flight Episode (1996) TV episode - Craig Thompson
  • The Disappearance of Kevin Johnson (1996) - Nick Ferretti
  • Dead of Night (1996) - Club Manager
  • Strange Luck - Trial Period (1995) TV episode - Steve Medavoy
  • Medicine Ball - Wizard of Bras (1995) TV episode - Dr. Patrick Yates
  • Days of Our Lives (1965) TV series - T. J. (unknown episodes, 1994)
  • The George Carlin Show - George Lifts the Holy Spirit (1994) TV episode - Bearded Man
  • Diagnosis Murder - Guardian Angel (1994) TV episode - Benjamin Strand
  • Married with Children - No Ma'am (1993) TV episode - Bartender
  • SeaQuest DSV - 4 episodes (1993) TV episodes - Dr. Joshua Levin
  • Seinfeld - The Cheever Letters (1992) TV episode - Ricky Ross

THEATEREdit

  • The Revenger's Tragedy - Ambitioso
  • Three Sisters - Andrei
  • The Beard - Billy the Kid
  • Hamlet - Claudius
  • Dr. Faustus - Faustus
  • The Cherry Orchard - Gayev
  • Othello - Iago
  • The Survivor - Markowski
  • The Wild Duck - Molvick
  • Nicholas Nickleby - Newman Noggs
  • Rank and File - Private first class Clayton
  • Lone Star - Roy
  • Les liaisons dangereuses - Valmont

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