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Timothy L. Sanders

 About Timothy
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Black
Height: 173 cm
Weight: 59 kgs
Age Range: Late 20's, 30's, 40's
Body Type: Slim
Ethnicity: African American
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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Film & TV:

The Start Up: The Diggy Simmons Project

Director: Salim Akil

Character: NYC Deli Customer and Strip Club Patron

Featured Extra


1. Real Men Hurt

    Director: Theodore Godfrey

    Character: Maurice


2.  I Don't Wanna Church Man

     Director: Paula Edwards

     Character: Deacon Moan

Commercials and Industrials:

Webseries: A Land Yet Discovered

Director: Dave Darrell

Character: Joshua

 Skills and Abilities
Acting, Improv, writing, screenwriting, songwriting, stand in, journalist, reader
Accents and Dialects:
 Training and Studies
Everybody Can Act - The Alliance Theater Black Action Theater - University of Iowa
 Further Information

Timothy L. Sanders is a natural entertainer in all fields. He has been acting since a young child. As a teen, Timothy took to writing poetry and songs as an outlet. He performed skits he created to his mother. As an adult, he has started his own media conglomeration: - web magazine and - web tv show. Timothy has gotten back into acting and has recaptured the 'Acting Bug', as he has been taking classes to hone his skills. Sanders was recently a featured extra in The Start Up: the Diggy Simmons Project coming to Television in 2013; directed by Salim Akil. He also auditioning heavily and has been cast in the play: Real Men Hurt directed by Theodore S. Godfrey coming to the West End Performing Arts Center Nov. 28, 29, 30; Dec. 1, 2.

Timothy is available for TV/Film/Theater/Commercials.

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