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|Net Worth||$7.21 million|
|Birth Date||December 31, 1947|
|Full Name||Timothy Lewis Matthieson|
|Stage Name||Tim Matheson|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth||Actor, Television producer, Television Director, Film Producer, Film director, Voice Actor|
|Wife||Elizabeth Marighetto (2018)|
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What Is Tim Matheson’s Net Worth
Tim Matheson is one of the most successful American actors and film producers of all time who has accumulated a net worth of $7.21 million. He came to the spotlight for his remarkable performance in Stratton in National Lampoon’s Animal House as Eric’ Otter’ Stratton.
Tim also made a hallmark playing the role of Vice President John Hoynes in the NBC drama “The West Wing.” He, however, has contributions to the film industry that we will explore in this article.
Keep reading for detailed information about Tim Matheson’s net worth, earnings, career highlights, early life, and lifestyle.
Tim has an estimated net worth of $7.21 million with an annual income of $1.2 million. When broken down, this translates to about $100,138.89 monthly and $3,292.24 daily.
Tim accumulated his wealth mainly from acting or television producing and directing. But he also ventured into film production. He has had quite a successful career, having many films attributed to his name.
Timothy Lewis Matthieson was born on December 31, 1997, in Glendale, California, United States of America. He was born into a family of four: his father (Timothy Matheson), mother (Sally), and sister, Sue. Tim is the only famous person in his family, which he earned as an incredible actor.
Like most celebrities, Tim went through the same education system in the US. He attended John Burroughs High School and Fox Lane High School, after which he joined California State University. Tim also enrolled in The Groundlings, a comedy company and college in Los Angeles.
Tim had a strong passion for entertainment. So, he decided to follow his dream and joined the acting scene professionally as a teenager.
Tim is one of the world’s best actors, producers, and directors. He has immensely contributed to the entertainment industry with many films, series, and television shows attributed to his name. He was as successful as an actor as a director and producer.
Tim’s career started when he was just a teenager. He debuted in the industry in 1961 at 13, appearing in the “Window on Main Street,” and never looked back. The chart below shows some popular movies, films, and television shows attributed to Tim:
|Role||Movies and TV shows||Year|
|Samson||Young Samson & Goliath||1967-1968|
|Quentin Beaudine||The Captive: The Longest Drive 2||1976|
|Eric Stratton||National Lampoon’s Animal House||1978|
|Rick Tucker||Tucker’s Witch||1982-1983|
|Steve Kelso||Solar Crisis||1990|
|Gil Mason||Batman: The Animated Series||1993|
|Sheriff Matthew Donner / Sheriff Jack Kohanek||Wolf Lake||2001-2002|
|Dr. Farber||The King of Queens||2002|
|Ben Dudman||Augusta, Gone||2006|
|John Hoynes||The West Wing||1999-2006|
|Larry Sizemore||Burn Notice||2008-2013|
|Tully Nelson||The Good Fight||2018|
|Fred Moran||Madam Secretary||2017-2018|
|General Dudley||Fast & Furious Spy Racers||2019-2020|
|Doc Mullins||Virg*n River||2019-2022|
Tim also had a hand in TV directing apart from being a successful actor. He directed some episodes of hit television shows, such as Ed, Without a Trace, Las Vegas, Cold Case, Burn Notice, Hart of Dixie, etc. Tim also directed TV movies, including “Breach of Conduct,” “Buried Alive II,” “In the Company of Spies,” and “True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet.”
Tim has been nominated twice for the Emmy Awards as an Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series in 2002 and 2003 for his Vice President John Hoynes role in NBC’s The West Wing.
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Tim Matheson’s Key Factors to Success
Tim Matheson did not have any significant challenges kick starting his career. He identified his passion at a young age and followed his dreams, which led to his success.
Unlike many who work on their passion when it is already late, Tim started his career with what he loved most. At just 13, his professional career kicked off, and he has never looked back. From this story, it is never too early to follow your dreams. And the earlier you do it, the better your career will turn out, just like Tim’s.
Tim first tied the knot in 1968, marrying actress Jenifer Leak. The two first met on the film set for “Yours, Mine, and Ours,” and their love blossomed. However, Tim and his wife agreed to divorce three years later.
Tim’s second marriage came in 1985 when he wed Megan Murphy. The couple was blessed with three children: Cooper Matheson, Emma Matheson, and Molly Matheson. However, their marriage did not work out. They divorced in 2010 after staying married for 25 years.
Tim got married for the third time in 2018 to Elizabeth Marighetto. The couple is still happily together and lives in Hollywood, California.
Tim owns two homes. He has an oceanfront condo in Marina, Del Rey, California, and Montecito, a few hours’ drive northwards. He also has a collection of luxury cars.
Tim’s age is taking a toll on him. As a result, he has reduced his appearance behind the camera and does more behind the scenes. However, he still keeps his fitness routine. Tim enjoys cardiovascular workouts and yoga.
Tim Matheson biography
Tim Matheson is one of the renowned Hollywood actors boasting a five-decade-long successful career in the entertainment industry. Since his debut in the 1960s, he has starred and played several roles in different movies, films, and television series.
He rose to fame for his role as Eric’ Otter’ Stratton in the movie National Lampoon’s Animal House but has had more than 200 films, movies, and television shows attributed to him as an actor, director, producer, voice-over artist, or narrator.
Tim has accumulated his wealth from his long-lasting career. His net worth is about $7.21 million, with about $1.2 million annual income.