After our interview, Tim was telling me how he met Tom Hanks,when he was on "From The Earth To The Moon." He said talking to Tom Hanks is like talking with your neighbor. He said he really appreciated how Tom treats people so nice, and he said that he wants to do that with his career, as well. As fa
Publish Date: Feb 24, 2021
After our interview, Tim was telling me how he met Tom Hanks,when he was on "From The Earth To The Moon." He said talking to Tom Hanks is like talking with your neighbor. He said he really appreciated how Tom treats people so nice, and he said that he wants to do that with his career, as well. As far as this interview was concerned, all I can say is, "Mission accomplished." He really wants to make his mark on the screen, playing different characters in diverse roles, and making a few friends along the way. I can certainly see that happening in Tim's career. Keep an eye on this guy, rebels. And thanks again, Tim!
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Is there a particular character that you wish that you had played? I wish I would have played Marty McFly and back to the future. I'll tell you when I saw that movie that that that movie probably is responsible for my really being completely pulled in all the way hook, line and sinker was that movie. And to this day I watch it. You know, I got to play some great character roles. I got to play the Rick Moranis character in the Ghostbusters, the Louis Tully character, and I did that for about 4, 4.5 years. I did the live stage show at Universal Studios, and there's been some really great roles before. I'll tell you, you know, that would have been a great role to play when I was younger, and I also a lot of people said that I looked a lot like Ralph Macchio, the Karate kid based on my head shots from the eighties. A lot like him that would have been grateful to. Did you do that, Rick? Rick Miranda's voice when you were doing the Ghostbusters. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Could you Could you honor it? Yeah. Hey, David. you. Hey, you know, I got some real sodium mineral water and other nutritious foods here if you want to come, But you already know that. Hey, I'll give you call later. All right? Perfect. Perfect. Yeah. I wouldn't change a thing at that time. That So, what advice would you give to like people who want to get into acting, you know?