Tim does not like watching his own movies, because it makes him uncomfortable seeing himself onscreen. He also hates listening to his own voice on the radio.
Tim is deathly afraid of roller coasters.
Tim's wife Faith Hill once said in an interview that he writes personal letters for her and their three daughters every Christmas and places them in their stockings.
At the 2007 American Music Awards, Tim was chosen as the Favorite Male Artist for Country category.
He is 6 feet tall.
In February 2007, the Hollywood Hills home of Tim and wife Faith Hill was burgled. The stars were not home at the time. An unspecified amount of money was stolen.
Tim McGraw's heartfelt new song, "My Little Girl," was allegedly written for his oldest daughter Gracie.
Tim McGraw participated in the "Live 8: The Long Walk to Justice" concert series and performed with Faith Hill at the Rome, Italy concert on July 2, 2005.
In 2002, Tim's former fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha, awarded him with the Distinguished Achievement Award, one of the highest honors a fraternity can give.
Tim attended Northeast Louisiana University.
His first major hit "Indian Outlaw" was a controversial single and faced a lot of critizism for it's lyrics.
Tim McGraw is son of baseball player Tug McGraw.
Tim McGraw lives on the same block as fellow country singer, Kenny Chesney.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill fell in love on the Spontaneous Combustion Tour.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were married October 6, 1996.
Tim and his band, The Dancehall Doctors, spend weeks away from home in the Catskill Mountains to write the songs and record new albums.
In an interview about his hit song "Something Like That" Tim told reporters that he was on the fence about it and wasn't sure about using the song. He did anyway and it became a Billboard Top 10 Hit.
Tim McGraw and wife Faith Hill often work together and have had hit duets together including "It's Your Love", "Let's Make Love", and recently "Like We Never Loved At All".
Tim McGraw currently resides in Nashville, Tennesse with his wife and three daughters.
Tim McGraw won the CMT Flameworthy Video Music Award for "The Cowboy in Me" in 2002.
Tim has brown eyes and brown hair.
Tim McGraw's band is named The Dancehall Doctors.
Tim McGraw has 4 platinum albums, Not A Moment Too Soon, All I Want, Everywhere, and Live Like You Were Dying.
Tim McGraw has won Grammys for Best Vocal Collaboration with Faith Hill for "Let's Make Love" and Best Male Vocalist for "Live Like You Were Dying".
Won ACM Album of the Year for Not A Moment Too Soon.
Current record label is Curb.
Has three daughters, Gracie Katherine, Maggie Elizabeth, and Audrey Caroline.
Married to fellow country artist, Faith Hill.
Tim: (in 2009 about his family) I try to be home in the evenings. I really like being there in the morning. Of course, it's frustrating with three daughters, because nothing is ever right. Somebody always cries about their hair. I can braid and do ponytails, but my wife does it better.
Tim: (about being considered "hot" by female fans) That's a running joke with me and my band! Even the ugliest guy in a band has a chance, because he's in a band! It's just something about being on stage and being famous, I guess. But you take it with a grain of salt, because you know that the exact same people who act like that at concerts, you could run across the street and say hi to them, and they probably wouldn't act that way.
Tim: (when asked if he will keep working and touring when he's old) No way. I'm not gonna be doing that. Uh-uh! I'm gonna be fat and fishin' like Elvis somewhere one day!
Tim: (about voicing his opinions in the public eye) Do I feel I need to be careful about what I say? Not really, because unless it was something that really concerned me, in a passionate way, or affected me in a real direct way, I wouldn't say it. I certainly have opinions about everything, but I don't think that I necessarily should use every opportunity I have to say things.
Tim: (defending the widely unbelieved notion that his wife Faith Hill was only joking when she had an angry on-camera reaction to losing at the 2007 Video Music Awards) It was just hilarious. It was completely silly that anybody would think that anybody - even the meanest person in the business - would do something like that for real. Even a person that really meant it would never do anything like that on camera. So for anybody to think that she was being serious, it's just ridiculous. It did piss me off, that people thought that. Even the biggest a--hole in the business wouldn't do something like that, and mean it.
Tim: (on "Flicka") I said, 'No!' when the script first came. I didn't want anything to do with it. I didn't want to play a cowboy, being a country singer. Even when I'd start rehearsing the lines with my wife (singer Faith Hill), I'd tear up and couldn't get through it. As much as I tried to say no, I couldn't talk myself out of it.