Tim Robbins

Tim Robbins is an American actor and director. He made his TV debut on St. Elsewhere (1982). Robbins went on to appear in the films Bull Durham (1988), Jacob's Ladder (1990), The Player (1992), The Shawshank Redemption (1994) and Mystic River (2003). He won an Academy Award for his performance in the latter film. Robbins also directed Dead Man Walking (1995), which earned him an Academy Award nomination. 
Tim Robbins
Full Name
Timothy Francis Robbins
Hometown
West Covina, California
Born
10/16/1958
Age
63

FAQs

How tall is Tim Robbins?

Tim Robbins is 6 feet, 5 inches.

Who is Tim Robbins married to?

Tim Robbins is divorced. He and Gratiela Brancusi married in 2017 and split in 2020.

What happened to Tim Robbins?

Tim Robbins is set to star in the upcoming Apple TV+ series 'Wool.' He most recently appeared in 'Dark Waters' (2019) and Hulu's 'Castle Rock' (2019).

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Tim Robbins Was Secretly Married to Gratiela Brancusi for Over 3 Years, Divorce Documents Reveal
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Tim Robbins Remembers 'Beautiful Gesture' Made by Mom That Stayed with Him His 'Entire Life'
His mother's birthday gift and the "magic that she created" helped him realize "anything is possible"
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