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Timm Sharp (born 1978) is an American actor and writer. He is known for his role as Marshall Nesbitt in the Fox sitcom ''
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'', Doug Von Stuessen in the Fox sitcom ''' Til Death'' and Jim in the Starz comedy '' Blunt Talk''.


Early life

Sharp is a native of Fargo, North Dakota, and throughout high school, he attended Trollwood Performing Arts School in North Fargo. Shortly after graduating high school, he moved to New York City to study acting at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts.


Career

Sharp portrayed Marshall Nesbitt on the 2001 Fox sitcom, ''
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'', starring alongside
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, and Monica Keena. He had a recurring role on HBO's ''Six Feet Under (TV series), Six Feet Under'', and the Fox series '''Til Death''. Sharp then played Dougie in the HBO series ''Enlightened (TV series), Enlightened'', created by Laura Dern and Mike White (filmmaker), Mike White. Sharp replaced rapper-actor Mos Def in the comedy series shortly before filming began in 2010. Sharp was also a regular on the Starz cable network series '' Blunt Talk''.


Personal life

Sharp is very active in the improv community in Los Angeles, and is a member of UCB Harold teams "Belmonte" and "Landlord".


Partial filmography

* ''
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'' (2001-2002) as Marshall Nesbit * ''Other People's Business'' (2002) * ''Stark Raving Mad (2002 film), Stark Raving Mad'' (2002) as Rikki Simms * ''King of the Ants'' (2003) as George * ''Weekends'' (2004) as Greg Brown * ''Early Bird'' (2005) as Ethan Summers * ''Americano (2005 film), Americano'' (2005) as Ryan * ''Aurora Borealis (film), Aurora Borealis'' (2005) as Hacksetter * ''Kicking & Screaming (2005 film), Kicking & Screaming'' (2005) as Butcher shop employee * ''Fun with Dick and Jane (2005 film), Fun with Dick and Jane'' (2005) as Jack's assistant * ''Friends with Money'' (2006) as Richard * ''Play Nice'' (2006) * ''After Sex (2007 film), After Sex'' (2007) as Neil * ''I'm in Hell'' (2007) as Fisher * ''1%'' (2008) as Scratch * ''Stuntmen'' (2009) as Bill Taylor * ''Camera Obscura'' (2010) as Chad * ''Beneath the Harvest Sky'' (2013) as Badger * ''Alex of Venice'' (2014) as Josh * ''Mizz Miraculous'' (2014) as Del * ''The Dramatics: A Comedy'' (2015) as Jim * ''The Breakup Girl'' (2015) as Tim * ''Rainbow Time'' (2016) as Todd * ''Handsome (film), Handsome'' (2017) as Lloyd Vanderwheel * ''The New Romantic'' (2018) * ''You're The Worst'' (2019) as Quinn


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* * 1978 births Living people American male film actors American male screenwriters American male television actors Upright Citizens Brigade Theater performers Screenwriters from North Dakota Male actors from North Dakota People from Fargo, North Dakota 21st-century American male actors 21st-century American comedians 21st-century American screenwriters 21st-century American male writers {{US-tv-actor-stub