Tim McIntire

Highest Rated: 100% Shenandoah (1965)
Lowest Rated: 30% The Gumball Rally (1976)
Birthday: Jul 19, 1944
Birthplace: Los Angeles County, California
The son of actors John McIntire and Jeanette Nolan, Tim McIntire began his career in his teens, occasionally showing up on his dad's TV series Wagon Train. His first regular weekly TV work was in the role of Bob Younger on the 1966 prime-timer The Legend of Jesse James. Matheson kept busy into the 1980s with a steady stream of small but distinct character roles; he enjoyed a rare starring assignment as rock 'n' roll maven Alan Freed in 1978's American Hot Wax. He wrote the musical score for the 1975 cult favorite A Boy and His Dog, and provided the voice of Blood the dog (one of his many voiceover assignments during this period); he also wrote and performed the music for 1971's Jeremiah Johnson. Tim McIntire died of heart failure at age 43.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Long Distance Charlie 2005
No Score Yet Sacred Ground Actor 2002
No Score Yet Sacred Ground Matt Colter 1983
No Score Yet Fast-Walking Wasco 1982
75% Brubaker Huey Rauch 1980
No Score Yet American Hot Wax Alan Freed 1978
50% The Choirboys Roscoe Rules 1977
30% The Gumball Rally Smith 1976
No Score Yet Aloha, Bobby and Rose Buford 1975
75% A Boy and His Dog Blood (voice) 1975
No Score Yet Smile, Jenny, You're Dead Charley English 1974
No Score Yet The Stranger In 7A Virgil 1972
88% The Sterile Cuckoo (Pookie) Charlie Schumacher 1969
No Score Yet The Thousand Plane Raid Lieutenant Quimby 1969
No Score Yet Follow Me, Boys! Corporal 1966
100% Shenandoah Henry Anderson 1965

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Kung Fu
1972-1975
Danny Samuel Deputy
  • 1975
  • 1974
  • 1973
No Score Yet The Fugitive
1963-1967
Jonesie
  • 1966
No Score Yet Bonanza
1959-1973
Mike Jeb Demmer Billy/George
  • 1966
  • 1964
No Score Yet Gunsmoke
1955-1975
Claude
  • 1965
No Score Yet Rawhide
1959-1965
Court
  • 1965

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