Timothy Lee Reid Biography
(American Actor, Comedian and Film Director Known for His TV Series ‘Wkrp in Cincinnati’ and ‘Simon & Simon’)
Birthday: December 19, 1944 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Timothy Lee Reid is an American actor, director, and comedian. He is best known for his performances in the TV series 'WKRP in Cincinnati' and ‘Frank’s Place.' Having started his career as part of a comedy duo, Timothy has built a remarkable acting career consisting of numerous TV and film credits. He grew up in an impoverished environment but later succeeded as an actor and a filmmaker. An 'Alpha Phi Alpha' member, Timothy is the president of the 'Legacy Media Institute,' which is geared toward helping talented artists. After working for several anti-drug programs in his initial days, he moved to Los Angeles in 1976 and began a full-fledged acting career. Timothy later created a music video titled ‘Stop the Madness' to promote anti-drug campaigns. Timothy has been married twice and has two children from his first wife. His second wife, Daphne Etta Maxwell-Reid, is a popular actor and comedian.