Tim Daly

Tim Daly

Highest Rated: 92% Diner (1982)

Lowest Rated: 0% Year of the Comet (1992)

Birthday: Mar 1, 1956

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

A descendent of a long line of talented actors including father James and sister Tyne, boyishly handsome screen regular Tim Daly has endured to overcome a post Wings career slump with a successful series of film and television roles. The New York City native first took to the stage in summer stock while studying at Bennington College; he followed graduation with a few seasons at Providence's Trinity Square Repertory and then made his off-Broadway debut in 1984 with Fables for Friends. Daly's film career got off to a healthy start with his role as a young expectant father in Diner (1982), though in the years that followed, the fresh-faced star was relegated mostly to small-screen roles. A Broadway bow opposite Annette Bening in Coastal Disturbances proved that Daly did indeed have the talent to make it as an actor if casting directors could see past his youthful exterior, and with his upcoming role in Wings, the rising star would prove his worth not only at comedy but drama as well. Cast opposite Steven Weber as one of two brothers who own a small Nantucket airline, Daly stayed with Wings through the series' seven-year run (1990-1997). During that time, he also utilized the predictable production schedule as a means to experiment with dramatic roles in a series of memorable made-for-television features. If audiences had pigeonholed Daly as a small-screen lightweight, a role as cult leader David Koresh in In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco showed that the versatile actor was capable of much more. Some of Daly's other roles from the mid-'90s may have proved less than memorable, but his vocal contributions to the animated television series Superman (for which he voiced the Man of Steel himself) kept him busy before he landed the role of astronaut James Lovell in the acclaimed HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon (1998). As audiences began to realize Daly's talent thanks to memorable parts in Storm of the Century (1999) and an updated version of the television classic The Fugitive, it seemed as if the veteran actor might have finally overcome his youthful outward appearance to command some respect. Though Daly would indeed impress with his role as Dr. Richard Kimble in The Fugitive, the series lasted only one season and it would be two years before he would return to the screen in the made-for-television drama The Outsider. In the years that followed, Daly's film career experienced something of a revival when he was cast in such high-profile releases as Basic (2003) and Against the Ropes (2004). The longtime actor also made his directorial debut in 2004 with the mournful drama Bereft. Daly became well-known for his portrayal of a naturopathic doctor Pete Wilder on NBC's drama series Private Practice. After leaving the show at the end of the 5th season, Daly voiced the character of Superman in Justice League: Doom (2012). This wasn't the first time the actor voiced the legendary superhero; he also worked on the 2010 animated feature Superman/Batman: Apocalypse. Daly maintained his TV roots, with guest arcs on The Mindy Project and Hot in Cleveland, before taking a regular role on Madam Secretary in 2014.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet After Darkness Actor 2018
25% Submerged Hank 2015
No Score Yet A Rising Tide Tom Blake 2015
50% Low Down Producer Dalton 2014
No Score Yet Waking Actor 2012
No Score Yet Justice League: Doom Superman 2012
No Score Yet Superman/Batman: Apocalypse Actor 2010
No Score Yet Superman/Batman: Public Enemies Superman/Clark Kent 2009
8% The Skeptic Bryan Becket 2009
No Score Yet Poliwood Producer Actor 2009
No Score Yet The Good Student Mr. Gibb 2008
No Score Yet Superman: Brainiac Attacks Superman/Clark Kent 2006
No Score Yet Bereft Screenwriter Director Producer Uncle 2005
No Score Yet Convicted Martin North 2005
12% Against the Ropes Gavin $5.7M 2004
No Score Yet Wilder Days John Morse 2003
21% Basic Styles $26.6M 2003
No Score Yet Edge of America Executive Producer Leroy McKinney 2003
No Score Yet The Outsider Johnny Gault 2002
No Score Yet Tick Tock Executive Producer 2001
No Score Yet A House Divided Charles Dubose 2000
No Score Yet Execution of Justice Dan White Executive Producer 1999
50% Seven Girlfriends Jesse 1999
54% The Object of My Affection Dr. Robert Joley 1998
83% The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest Actor 1998
28% The Associate Frank 1996
No Score Yet Superman: The Last Son of Krypton Actor 1996
77% Denise Calls Up Frank 1996
No Score Yet I Married a Centerfold Kevin Coates 1996
14% Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde Richard Jacks 1995
No Score Yet Dangerous Heart Angel 1994
No Score Yet Witness To The Execution Dennis Casterline 1994
No Score Yet In The Line Of Duty: Ambush In Waco David Koresh 1993
No Score Yet Caroline at Midnight Ray 1993
0% Year of the Comet Oliver 1992
No Score Yet Queen James Jackson Jr. 1992
No Score Yet Love Or Money Chris Murdoch 1990
No Score Yet Snake Treaty Actor 1989
No Score Yet Spellbinder Jeff Mills 1988
50% Made in Heaven Tom Donnelly 1987
No Score Yet The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket Richard 1986
No Score Yet Mirrors Chris Philips 1985
No Score Yet Just the Way You Are Frank 1984
92% Diner William 'Billy' Howard 1982


No Score Yet Madam Secretary
Henry McCord 2019
81% Storm of the Century
No Score Yet Harry
Guest 2016
No Score Yet Sunday Morning
Appearing 2016
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Guest 2016
No Score Yet The Talk
Guest 2015
No Score Yet Hot in Cleveland
Mitch 2014
86% The Mindy Project
Charlie Lang 2014
No Score Yet Hawaii Five-0
Ray Harper 2013
51% Private Practice
Pete Wilder Peter Wilder 2012
100% The Nine
Nick Cavanaugh 2009
No Score Yet Real Time with Bill Maher
Panelist 2008
81% Grey's Anatomy
Pete Wilder Pete 2007
No Score Yet Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Jeb Curtis 2007
92% The Sopranos
J.T. Dolan 2007
82% Commander in Chief
Ed Manchester 2006
No Score Yet Judging Amy
Monty Fisher 2003
90% Monk
Himself 2002
No Score Yet Superman: The Animated Series
Voice 2000
No Score Yet From the Earth to the Moon
Lovell Jim Lovell 1998
No Score Yet Wings
Joe Hackett 1997
No Score Yet American Playhouse
Richard 1986
No Score Yet Superman: The Animated Series (Inactive)


Col. Bill Styles says: This is about quality of life.

Edward 'Eddie' Simmons says: Who's that?

William 'Billy' Howard says: That's death walking on the beach.

Edward 'Eddie' Simmons says: I've been to Atlantic City a hundred times. I never saw death walking on the beach.

William 'Billy' Howard says: I'll hit you so hard I'll kill your whole family.

Superman says: In the light of breach of trust revealed to us during the vandal savage matter. We have to decide whether batman should be allowed to remain in the league. All those in favor of

Superman says: In the light of breach of trust revealed to us during the vandal savage matter. We have to decide whether batman should be allowed to remain in the league. All those in favor of.

Wonder Woman says: Wait before we vote I think the accused sholud be allowed a few words in his defense.

Green Lantern says: Second

Green Lantern says: Second.

Superman says: Okay (pause tuns) Batman

Superman says: Okay [pause tuns] Batman.

Batman says: My actions don't require any defense in the same situation I'd do it again.

Flash says: Awe, Comm on!

Batman says: As individuals and even more so as a group the justice league is far too dangerous to lack a fail safe against any possible misuse of our power.

Wonder Woman says: We use our power to protect the world and always have.

Batman says: And what if we ever used it for some other purpose (stands up) If you people can't see the potential danger of a out of control justice league.I don't need to wait for a vote I don't belong here . (gets up leaves and walks away)

Batman says: And what if we ever used it for some other purpose [stands up] If you people can't see the potential danger of a out of control justice league.I don't need to wait for a vote I don't belong here . [gets up leaves and walks away]

Superman says: Say goodnight, Ace.

Superman says: With all that talk about unchecked power, you are so arrogant that you didn't bother to come up with a plan to stop yourself?

Batman says: [after a pause] I do have a plan! It's called the Justice League.