Josh Ryan Evans Biography
(Known for His Role as ‘Timmy Lenox’ in the Soap Opera ‘Passions’)
Birthday: January 10, 1982 (Capricorn)
Born In: Hayward, California, United States
Joshua or Josh Ryan Evans was an American actor, best known for his role as ‘Timmy Lenox’ in the ‘NBC’ TV series ‘Passions.’ He was born and raised in California, US. He had a congenital heart ailment and a rare growth disorder called achondroplasia, which limited his height to 3 feet 2 inches. Even after crossing the age of 15, he had appearance and voice of a small child. He contacted an agent at the age of 12, without his parents’ knowledge, and appeared in a commercial, which became very popular. After this commercial, he received several offers of acting, and made his screen debut with the sitcom ‘Family Matters.’ He featured as different characters in a number of television shows and films. Some of his notable portrayals include Oren Koolie in ‘Ally McBeal,’ General Tom Thumb in ‘P.T. Barnum,’ Young Grinch in ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas,’ and as Timmy Lenox in ‘Passions.’ The last one brought him awards and nominations. His personal motto was ‘It is not the size of the dreamer, it’s the size of the dream,’ and before signing any autograph he always wrote ‘Dream Big.’ Evans died on August 5, 2002, at a San Diego hospital during a medical procedure related to his congenital heart condition.