About Timothy Hutton
It has been calculated that the overall size of Timothy Hutton net worth reaches 16 million dollars, according to the current calculations. Timothy Hutton has accumulated his wealth because of his work in film industry, where he is known as an actor and director. In 1980, Timothy Hutton portrayed the role of Conrad Jarrett in the film called “Ordinary People” and for his work in it, he was awarded the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. At that time, he was only 20 years old and he became the youngest male actor to win it.
Since that time, Timothy Hutton has appeared in many films and TV productions, which made his name even more known and also added up to the total size of Timothy Hutton net worth. Some examples of these appearances include “The Falcon and the Snowman”, “Taps” and “The Dark Half”.
In addition to his work in movies, Timothy Hutton can be remembered from some TV productions, too. In the period of 2000-2002, Timothy Hutton was appearing in the A&E drama series called “A Nero Wolfe Mystery”, where he played the role of Archie Goodwin. In the period of 2008-2012, he was appearing in another TV production, this time on the TNT network, called “Leverage”, where he portrayed the role of Nathan Ford.
The actor was born in 1960 in Malibu, California. His father was also a popular actor, Jim Hutton, whereas his mother was working as a teacher. Thus, Timothy Hutton decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and also became an actor. When he was three years old, Timothy Hutton’s parents separated. Until he was 12 years old, he was raised in Boston with his brother. Then, he moved back to California.
In 1976, Timothy Hutton found his father and moved to live with him. Timothy Hutton fell in love with acting when he appeared in a school play called “Guys and Dolls”. Both of his parents supported his dreams of becoming an actor and helped him in any way possible.
His first acting jobs were appearances on TV, mostly in feature films. In 1979, he appeared in one of such films, which aired on ABC, called “Friendly Fire”. In the same year, he appeared in another film, called “The Best Place to Be” on NBC. In 1980, Timothy Hutton appeared in two made for TV films on CBS, called “Father Figure” and “Young Love, First Love”.
In addition to being awarded a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for his appearance in “Ordinary People”, the actor was also the recipient of the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture – Male. In 1981, he appeared in another successful TV film on ABC called “A Long Way Home”, where he starred next to Brenda Vaccaro. Thus, his work on TV made his name well known in the cinema industry and also added up to the total amount of Timothy Hutton net worth.