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Tim Daly

United States

Age: 64
Known for
as Henry McCord

in Madam Secretary
as Dr. Pete Wilder

in Private Practice
as Superman / Clark Kent / Kal-El

in Superman: The Animated Series
as James Lovell

in From the Earth to the Moon
TV Series Starring Tim Daly
Madam Secretary
CBS,

2014

| Drama, Family, Politics | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

This show explores the personal and professional life of a maverick female Secretary of State as she drives international diplomacy, wrangles office politics and balances a complex family life.


Private Practice
ABC,

2007

| Comedy, Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.5/5

"Private Practice" is a spin-off of the highly popular ABC series, Grey's Anatomy. After deciding that she cannot continue to work at the same hospital as her ex-husband, Derek, and her ex-lover, Mark, Addison packs her bags and heads off to Los Angeles to start a new life.


The Nine
ABC,

2006

| Drama
Rating: 1.5/5

"The Nine" tells the story of nine people who face an unexpected twist when they are caught in a bank robbery gone wrong and endure a 52-hour hostage standoff that will leave more than one person dead. When it is over, these people will never be the same.


Eyes
ABC,

2005

| Drama
Rating: 1/5

From the executive producer of Fastlane and the co-creator of the much-analyzed Profit comes "Eyes," the suspenseful one-hour, midseason drama series full of risks, bluffs, blackmail and intrigue. If someone steals $100 from you, call the police. If they steal $100,000, call the FBI. But if you're the CEO of a Fortune 500 company and your chief financial officer embezzles $100 million on your watch, call Judd Risk Management. Eyes premiered March 30, 2005 on the ABC Television Network. Run by sharp-witted, impulsive Harlan Judd (Tim Daly), Judd Risk Management is a discreet, high-tech firm that handles cases with the highest possible stakes, while operating at the absolute fringe of the law. Along with ruthlessly efficient Nora Gage (Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon) and super slick lawyer Leslie Town (Laura Leighton) and a staff of brilliantly skilled, driven individuals - some with their own agendas and secrets - Harlan does whatever it takes to prevail in a world of unsteady alliance.


The Fugitive
CBS,

2000

| Drama, Action, Adventure
Rating: 1/5

The Fugitive is a riveting tale of Dr. Richard Kimble (Tim Daly), an innocent man accused of murdering his beloved wife.


Storm of the Century
Other,

1999

| Drama, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Rating: 1/5

A small village off the mainland is about to receive a huge winter storm. It won't be just another storm for them.


From the Earth to the Moon
HBO,

1998

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.5/5

This twelve part HBO mini-series tells the story of the United States' space program, from its beginnings in 1961 to the final moon mission in 1972. Tom Hanks served as Executive Producer and introduced each segment.


Superman: The Animated Series
WB,

1996

| Action, Adventure, Animation
Rating: 3.6/5

An animated series that premiered on September 6, 1996. Created to follow the success of "Batman: The Animated Series", and based on the popular Superman comics, the cartoon series focused on the adventures of Superman, an incredibly powerful crime fighter from the planet Krypton, who defends Metropolis from a variety of super-criminals.


Wings
NBC,

1990

| Comedy
Rating: 1/5

The series Wings, could best be described as Cheers 2, as it followed much the same pattern as the other series did. The similarities are numerous, such as both being easy going character comedies and being produced by the same team. The main difference being the setting.