Who is Tim?
Tim Brandt is a unique breed of an actor and a singer, who has been showcasing his talents in the theatre, film and music scenes for over a decade. Heavily influenced by Bruce Springsteen and often compared to the likes of Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Hanks, he is a veteran performer with appearances in dozens of stage productions and independent films. Between plays, Tim releases full-length albums as a musician and songwriter.
Originally from Lebanon Pennsylvania, in the midst of Amish country, Tim Brandt has been particularly active in the Seattle theatre scene. Some of his most notable roles include Nathan Detroit in Guys & Dolls, Swiss Cheese in Mother Courage And Her Children, Motel in Fiddler On The Roof and Jim O’Connor (the gentlemen caller) in The Glass Menegerie.
Recently Tim has starred in the independent short film Coffee. Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock, Coffee was selected into the 2010 New York City International Film Festival. “I enjoy the intimacy with the camera, which is so opposite from working in front of a live audience”, Brandt says. Now you can watch Coffee in its entirety for free just by following this link: coffee.timbrandt.com
Tim Brandt – the musician – released his first solo CD called “My Inner Child” in 2008. You can listen to it in the player in the sidebar on the right, or at the Music section.
In 2012 Tim launched the new website and is working on numerous projects for release early next year – including new music, exclusive videos, and much more.