The first thing Timothy would do if he won the lottery would be to pay off his house and take care of his family.
Timothy likes his pizza with pepperonis and black olives.
According to Timothy, in high school, he was class president, a drama geek, and a band geek.
Timothy describes himself in three words as "Up for fun".
Timothy has won the Jack Nicholson Award and the James A. Doolittle Award for outstanding achievements in acting.
Timothy fell and broke his collar bone while riding his mountain bike. The producers of Psych wrote the injury in to the show to explain why he was wearing a sling for part of the second season.
Timothy has done voice work for the video games Secret Weapons Over Normandy and Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge.
For two years Timothy was a Washington State Debate Champion in Dramatic Interpretation.
Before moving to California for college Timothy studied acting at the Seattle Children's Theatre and the Empty Space Theatre.
Timothy attended the New York at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts when he was 16.
Timothy performed in the play "Love Letters" with Renee O'Connor. He had previously work with her on Xena: Warrior Princess.
Timothy was a Hot Tar Roofer during the summer of his freshman year of college. He also waited tables.
Timothy's first professional acting performance was on Seinfield.
Timothy acted for the first time in a play in the 6th grade.
Timothy is one of 4 children.
In the movie "Starship Troopers" Timothy played a psychic. He currently plays Detective Carlton Lassiter, who is skeptical of psychics on the TV show Psych.
Timothy played Agent Thomas in the 2001 movie "Swordfish."
Timothy's father was a railroad man and his mother was a teacher.
Timothy graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater from USC and received the Jack Nicholson Award and the James A. Doolittle Award for outstanding achievements in acting.
Timothy has done voice work for multiple Star Wars video games, including Star Wars Rogue Squadron III: Rebel Strike, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords and Star Wars: Battlefront II.
Timothy appeared in the movie "Mission: Impossible III" as an IMF agent.
Timothy and his wife Allison have two daughters.
Timothy: I really really love what I do and for me, this work... there isn't anything else. I've always been really driven. I think that is the most important aspect of my success... it comes down how much I like it.
Timothy: (Advise to future actors.) If you can do anything else and be happy, do it because this is a very, very hard life at times. But then again, show me a life that's not hard.
Timothy (On the death of friend Kevin Smith(Ares)): The best thing to come out of Xena was the friends I made and the relationships that continue today. Kev and my wife and I had become good friends since the end of the show. His death was one of the saddest things to ever happen in my life. He was a shining light. A shining light. And I'm angry he will never get to meet my daughter, and we'll never get to share a drink again. But my life is better having had him in it.
Timothy: (On watching himself on TV) I am very self-critical, and that's why I do watch. Because, there's always another way to do it, there's always a better way to do it and you normally discover that when you're watching it. Sometimes I'll watch it and go, yeah I did what I wanted to do in that scene. And for me it's like when football players review the game tape, you know, you sort of review what went on and whether you reached your goals.
Timothy: I may like to think I'm God's gift to the Earth at times, but I don't think anyone else does.
Timothy: The road is long and I know that there is no such thing as 'overnight success'. Every job leads you to the next.
Timothy: (On the death of his character on Xena Warrior Princess) I liked it. I thought it was appropriate. I wish the character had, you know, lived a lot longer because I would have liked to have done more episodes, but that's just, you know, me being selfish. I liked the way he went. And I liked it, if anybody took me out, I liked that it was Ares.