Timothy Brown Bio-Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, Net Worth, and Films

Who is Timothy Brown?

Timothy Brown ( full name: Thomas Allen Brown) was an American actor, singer, and professional American football player. As a singer, he was active from 1962 to 2016 and from 1967 to 2000 as an actor. In his acting career, he used the name Timothy Brown as an easier way to distinguish him from Jim Brown Cleveland Browns running back who also became an actor.

He began his acting career with a guest appearance on the Season 3 premiere of The Wild Wild West as Clint Cartwheel. He appeared in the episode titled “The Night of the Bubbling Death”, which originally aired on September 8, 1967. Following his retirement from the NFL, Brown became a full-time actor and he has since appeared on many films. He has had roles in films such as MASH (1970), Sweet Sugar (1972), Black Gunn (1972), Bonnie’s Kids (1973), Girls Are for Loving (1973), Dynamite Brothers (1974), Nashville (1975), Zebra Force (1976), Black Heat (1976), Gus (1976) and also Midnight Ride (1990).

He began playing football in state at Ball State College in Muncie. Being selected late in the 1959 NFL draft, as a pro (when he was known mainly as “Timmy” Brown). He managed to play just a single game with the Green Bay Packers, eight seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, and also one season with the Baltimore Colts of the National Football League (NFL).

He went to the Pro Bowl in 1962, 1963, and 1965. He is also the only player in Philadelphia history to return a kickoff. He was named he PFRA Hall of Very Good Class of 2007 by the Professional Football Researchers Association. In 1973, he served as a color analyst for CBS NFL telecast.

A photo of Timothy Brown
A photo of Timothy Brown

He also began singing when he was attending Ball State College. He recorded with Imperial Records (Travis Music Co. & Rittenhouse Music, Inc.) “I Got Nothin’ But Time” and “Silly Rumors” in 1962. These songs were written by N. Meade and V. McCoy and produced and arranged by Jerry Ragavoy.

His vocals also appeared on the soundtrack of the 1975 film, Nashville. In his recent years, Bown served as a correctional officer in Los Angeles. He later retired in the 2000s.

How Old is Timothy Brown?

Brown died at the age of 82 on April 4, 2020, in California, U.S. He was born Thomas Allen Brown on May 24, 1937, in Richmond, Indiana, the U.S. He resided in Palm Springs, California.

Timothy Brown Family

No information has been disclosed regarding Brown’s childhood background and his parents. Brown has a sister.

Timothy Brown Wife

Brown his personal life very private. It is not yet known whether he was married. According to some reports, he has a son and two grandchildren.

Timothy Brown Height

Brown stood at a height of 5′ 11″ (1.8 m).

Timothy Brown Net Worth

Through his wide career in acting, singer, and also a footballer, Brown has earned greatly from his career. However, his net worth is not yet disclosed.

Timothy Brown Death

Brown died of complications from dementia on April 4, 2020, at the age of 82.

Timothy Brown Films

  • Frequency – 2000 as Roof Man Billy
  • Life of a Woman – 1993
  • Midnight Ride – 1990 as Jordan
  • Code Name Zebra – 1987 as Jim Bob Cougar
  • Porky 3 – 1983 as Assistant Coach
  • Pacific Inferno – 1979 as Zoe
  • Black Heat – 1976 as Kicks
  • Gus – 1976 as Calvin Barnes
  • Zebra Force – 1976 as Lt. Johnson
  • Nashville – 1975 as Tommy Brown
  • Dynamite Brothers – 1974 as Stud Brown
  • Bonnie’s Kids – 1973 as Digger
  • Girls Are for Loving – 1973 as Clay Bowers
  • A Place Called Today – 1972 as Steve Smith
  • Black Gunn – 1972 as Larry
  • Sweet Sugar – 1972 as Mojo
  • MASH -1970 as Cpl. Judson