Tim Healy

TV Actor

Tim Healy was born in Benwell, England, United Kingdom on January 29th, 1952 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 72, Tim Healy biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
January 29, 1952
Nationality
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Benwell, England, United Kingdom
Age
72 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aquarius
Profession
Actor, Film Actor, Television Actor
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Tim Healy Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
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Denise Welch, ​ ​(m. 1988; div. 2012)​, Joan Anderton, ​ ​(m. 2015)​
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2
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Tim Healy Career

Career

Healy appeared in A Captain's Tale in 1982, a tale about the triumph of West Auckland F.C. In the Sir Thomas Lipton Cup, the participants competed. Healy was first noticed in 1983 when he appeared in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, a German television comedy drama series starring British builders.

Healy appeared in the Minder episode "A Star Is Gorn" in 1984, in which he played George, an enforcer for Cyril Ash, a crooked music agent.

Healy played Barney Bodger, the blundering handyman in the Children's ITV series Tickle on the Tum, becoming a favorite among young viewers in the mid-80s.

In the early 1990s, he appeared as a cockney ex-pat in the BBC series Boys From The Bush and played a binman in Common as Muck. He appeared in one episode of the fourth series of Heartbeat in 1994, and Cedric Shanks appeared. Healy appeared in the bizarre BBC situation comedy Breeze Block in 2001, portraying the head of a strange family. Healy had high hopes for the series, but it was apparently canceled on the digital channel BBC Choice (later relaunched as BBC Three) and never broadcast on BBC One or BBC Two. In the first episode of comedy series Phoenix Nights, he appeared as a folk singer. "Half a Shilling" in his band, "Shoulda Harpe," was a song that was ostensibly about a pair of Holy Communion shoes but that was clearly intended (to those who are not ethnic) as a racial anthem. In Billy Elliot, he played Jackie Elliot.

Healy appeared in the film Purely Belter as the violent father of delinquent teenager Gerry, and he appeared in Coronation Street as Paul Jones, the father of barman Sean Tully. Healy appeared on the show in 1976 as a bingo caller. In a episode of Silent Witness, Healy appeared as DS Philip Carter in 2002. Inspector Colin Duggan appeared in an episode of the BBC drama Murder in Mind in 2003. Healy appeared on BBC drama Waterloo Road as a Security Guard, Dave Miller, a love interest for Steph Haydock, portrayed by former real life wife Denise Welch, in 2009. Eric appeared in the Sky Living Sitcom The Spa for one series in 2013.

An apparently old man appeared on the show to discuss a particular subject, as Healy's ex wife, Denise Welch, was on hand. As Welch was speaking, he sounded sick, and to her and everybody's surprise, he revealed himself to be Healy. Healy appeared in Lesley's third series of the ITV comedy Benidorm, portraying a cross dresser. In 2011, he became a regular in the fourth series. His character is actually named Les, and Liam's son is named Liam.

Healy appeared on Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer's Catterick as a compassionate man with a persistently chilly wife. In November 2013, he shot a cameo in the first episode of the BBC sitcom Hebburn's second season.

Healy became the voice of The Greener Company, a wood-burning stove business based in Lymm, Cheshire, in September 2009. Healy plays David, the Wood-Burning Stove fitter for The Greener Company, while also working with The Greener Company and Smooth FM. David is the protagonist of a series of radio commercials used to advertise the firm.

He plays Gastric in Still Open All Hours (2014-present).

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Goodbye Private Pike!Last remaining Dad's Army star Ian Lavender is laid to rest in Suffolk funeral as Alfie Boe performs and Tim Healy and Rick Wakeman pay their respects

www.dailymail.co.uk, March 1, 2024
On Thursday, the Army veteran Ian Lavender was remembered by celebrities and villagers alike at his funeral at St Mary's Church in Woolpit, Suffolk. The actor, best known as the young Private Pike, was the last remaining main cast member from the wartime series on BBC TV show The actor died on Friday, February 2nd, aged 77, with his wife and sons at his side.

As they celebrate a family night out at Denise Welch's play in Manchester, Matt Healy, 36, introduces girlfriend Gabbriette Bechtel, 24, to his parents

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 16, 2024
Matt Healy has finally welcomed Gabbriette Bechtel, his new granddaughter, after five months of smooches around the world, lavish date nights, and adorable trips back and forth to the United States. The 1975 frontman, 36, brought his model partner, 24, out for a family night to see his mother Denise Welch's performance, The Gap, showcasing his family's endless talents. Denise, 65, and actor Tim Healy, who was also in attendance at the Manchester performance with his wife Joan Anderton, were among the rockers' sons.

Denise Welch, a Loose women's actress, delights viewers as she dines a cosy Christmas dinner with her ex-husband Tim Healy and their rockstar son

www.dailymail.co.uk, December 26, 2023
Denise, 65, and Tim, 71, were married from 1988 to 2012, and Denise is the only child born from this union: The 1975 frontman, 34, and Louis Healy, 22. Tim is also an actor, and he rose to fame on comedy-drama Auf Wiedersehen, Pet in the 1980s, then starred in Benidorm for almost a decade. Denise appeared on Auf Wiedersehen in 1986, two years before she and Tim married, but they had attended Live Theatre Company in Newcastle years before. Lincoln Towney, the television presenter's current husband, is a journalist and publicist who married nine years ago.