Tim Bagley

Tim Bagley comes from good mid western stock. He was raised in Minneapolis Minnesota, Madison, and Trempealeau, Wisconsin, and Niles, Michigan. He majored in Art, with a minor in Psychology at California State University Fullerton. After college came a string of odd jobs; A butler at the Playboy Mansion, a page at Paramount Studios, a Mitzi Gaynor dancer, and a phone service operator for two pimps named T-money and Blueberry Muffin.

Somewhere in there he began taking acting classes with Nina Foch, Howard Fine, and The Groundlings. He spent 1990 - 1995 writing and performing with the prestigious Groundlings main company. He won two LA Weekly awards for best solo comedy performance in “Groundlings, Pretty Groundlings,” and best ensemble for “Groundlings, Good and Twenty.” 

Film highlights include "Operation Endgame," "Finding Bliss," “Knocked Up,” “Employee of the Month,” “Accepted,” “The Day After Tomorrow,” “Happy Texas,” “Austin Powers 2/ Spy Who Shagged Me,” and “The Mask.” TV highlights include "S#*! My Dad Says," "Southland," “Monk,” "Pushing Daisies," "Desperate Housewives," “Will and Grace,” “According To Jim,” “Wanda Does It,” “The Court,” “ER,” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” 

Tim’s play, “Happy Hour,” won the 1999 Jury Award for Best One Person Show at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. Tim resides in Los Angeles, but still enjoys a good Wisconsin cheese ball.