As soon as I read the script, I knew I could do the guy. I read for him, got a call back to read with Alexz, and the rest is history. That was later, and they were like, ‘okay, you’ve got guitar training.’ I told them I’d been playing guitar for eight years, I didn’t need guitar training. That’s my main thing, the fans have to have faith in Tommy, because he’s going to be pushed to the limits and judged a couple of times. This particular interview was conducted via phone on February 6, 2006, and was arranged via a publicist at The N.
I do write things now, and I would love to write, maybe an episode of , and I got the call to go in and read for this Tommy Q guy. What other things about this show do you enjoy, besides getting to work with her? And I’m sure everybody in the cast says that, but we have the greatest cast. If you can tell me without giving too much away, what kinds of things is Tommy going to go through this season? His character’s put to the test, and the fans…well, let’s just say I’m counting on the fans to have faith in the Tommy character. Pop stands by this interview, and all others published on this site.
So this is indeed a successful business for Tim, which obviously demands a lot of his time and efforts. “I was doing a series in Toronto and my business partner called me and said the place downstairs was for rent. Life is good.” Tim is in his forties, and he is still unmarried.
To be honest i think that alexz is dating Tim but they are definatley not married because you can't kiss someone that much even if it is on a TV show and not have a real relationship with that person it would be too hard to be honest who ever wrote this, Tim and alex are just co-workers they don't even hang out .
get it through your head he dosent date anybody get it through your head, it says on both Tim and alexz's profiles on com that they are dating and love each other..who wrote that before needs to stop trying to spoil the perfect ending.
If you haven’t been watching, we’ve provided a handy rundown of Season One.
But all you really need to know is that Tim plays Tommy Quincy, the producer of a teenaged singer-songwriter named Jude Harrison, who won an -like talent competition.
You’ve gone on record several times about being a fan of hers. I pretty much wear my own stuff – I mean, now they bring me lots of new stuff, but originally the leather jacket thing was mine. I’m like James Dean, you can’t beat a white t-shirt and jeans. It has been brought to our attention that there is a question as to the validity of this interview.