Timothy Arthur Lone Timothy began performing Improvisation with the Gig Street Improvisational Group in 1989 while studying theatre in the US at Southern Illinois University.
From 1994-1999 he
with Bay Area Theatresports (BATS) in San Francisco where he
also had the chance to study with Keith Johnstone, the author of Impro and the creator of Theatresports.He
further studied acting in San Francisco with Linda Lowry from the Actor's Studio in New York and acclaimed director Richard Seyd.His
most memorable roles have been; Haemon in Antigone Biff in Death of Salesman, Jamie in Long Days Journey into Night and Jim in Tennessee Williams' Glass Menagerie, in which he
won the 1st annual Dollie Award for best male support.
currently lives in London, but puts on his
red cape and flies over to Paris whenever there's an opportunity.