Tim currently stars opposite Lisa Kudrow, as “Richard Pratt” on Showtime’s “Web Therapy.” Look for him in the NBC pilot episode of “Grimm.” Many know him from his roles as “Harold Krenshaw” on “Monk,” and “Larry” on “Will and Grace.” Other television highlights include “$#*! My Dad Says,” “Shameless,” “Love Bites,” “Hot In Cleveland,” “Southland,” “Desperate Housewives “Pushing Daisies,” “Wanda Does It,” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Film highlights include the Judd Apatow movie, “This Is 40,” “The Space Between,” with Melissa Leo, “Knocked Up,” “Employee of the Month,” “Operation Endgame,” “Finding Bliss,” “Mask,” “Accepted,” and “The Day After Tomorrow.”
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By HarlemGuy: On a recent lazy weekend day in Harlem I caught Tim Bagley having brunch at Kitchenette and later in Times Square signing autographs. I recognized him from all the work he’s been in which can be found on IMDB.
Tim has been a regular on TV sitcoms including Will and Grace, Monk and According to Jim and inblockbuster movies including including Knocked Up and the Day After Tommorrow.
Tim currently appears in the new hit comedy Hot in Cleveland featuting Betty White, an exented run of the crtically acclaimed play in L.A called Four Places, and in two indy movies Operation End Game and Finding Bliss. Several future films including This Is 4o.
Tim knows Harlem is what’s up!