Tim Considine

Highest Rated: 100% Sunrise at Campobello (1960)
Lowest Rated: 67% The Shaggy Dog (1959)
Birthday: Dec 31, 1940
Birthplace: Not Available
Actor Tim Considine is the son of British-born film producer John W. Considine and theater-chain heiress Carmen Pantages. Tim's brother John was likewise an actor, and his uncle was newspaper columnist Bob Considine. He launched his film career at age 12, playing Red Skelton's son in The Clown (1953). Briefly signed with Disney in the mid-'50s, he co-starred in the "Spin and Marty" and "Hardy Boys" components of The Mickey Mouse Club. The young actor had a particularly good year in 1960, playing James Roosevelt in Sunrise at Campobello and launching a five-year run as Mike Douglas on the TV sitcom My Three Sons, co-starring fellow Disney alumni Fred MacMurray (with whom Tim had appeared in 1959's The Shaggy Dog) and Don Grady. Five years after leaving My Three Sons, Tim played his most famous -- and briefest -- screen role: the bedridden soldier slapped by George C. Scott in Patton (1970). At last report, Tim Considine was a high-priced Beverly Hills photographer.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Ray of Sunshine Actor 2006
No Score Yet Monster Makers Verman 2003
No Score Yet The New Adventures of Spin and Marty: Suspect Behavior Original Spin 2000
No Score Yet The Daring Dobermans Warren 1973
96% Patton Slapped Soldier 1970
100% Sunrise at Campobello James Roosevelt 1960
67% The Shaggy Dog Buzz Miller 1959
No Score Yet The Private War of Major Benson Cadet Sgt. Hibler 1955
No Score Yet Her Twelve Men (Miss Baker's Dozen) Richard Y. Oliver, Jr. 1954
100% Executive Suite Mike Walling 1954
No Score Yet The Clown Dink Delwyn 1953


No Score Yet Gunsmoke
Scott Coleman
  • 1970
No Score Yet Ironside
  • 1970
No Score Yet The Fugitive
  • 1966
  • 1965
No Score Yet Bonanza
Billy Penn
  • 1965


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