Timothy Hutton Net Worth

Timothy Hutton Net Worth 2024: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Timothy Tarquin Hutton net worth is
$6 Million

Timothy Tarquin Hutton Wiki Biography

Timothy Hutton was born on the 16th August 1960, in Malibu, California USA, and is an actor – the winner of an Oscar as the Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the movie “Ordinary People” (1980) – and also a film director. The above mentioned engagements have added sums to the size of Timothy Hutton’s net worth. Hutton has been active in the entertainment industry since 1965.

How much is the wealth of the actor and director? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the accumulated size of Timothy Hutton’s net worth is as much as $16 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2016.

Timothy Hutton Net Worth $16 Million

To begin with, Timothy is the son of the actor Jim Hutton and teacher Maryline Adams Poole; his parents divorced when he was only three years old. He was educated at Fairfax High School, and Berkeley High School after he moved in with his father.

Timothy had debuted as an actor being just five years old, with a small role in the film “Never Too late” (1965), starring his father, but after school he played several small roles in television films before getting into cinema in 1980, playing a sixteen-year old Conrad Jarrett in the film “Ordinary People” directed by Robert Redford, which role won him the Oscar as the Best Supporting Actor. In 1981, he became the protagonist of “Taps” in the role of Major Cadet Brian Moreland, directed by Harold Becker, co-starring Tom Cruise and Sean Penn. After a series of more or less well chosen films such as “The Ice Man” (1984), “Turk 182” (1985), “The Falcon and the Snowman” (1985), and “Everybody’s All-American” (1988), Hutton received much acclaim for his performance in “The Dark Half” (1993) by George A. Romero, based on the novel by Stephen King. All added to his net worth.

After playing dramatic or linked to the unreal world roles for years, Timothy starred in several comedies such as “French Kiss” (1995) and “Beautiful Girls” (1996). In 1998, he debuted as a director with the drama “A Fall in the Clouds” with the main stars of the film Kevin Bacon and Evan Rachel Wood. In 2004, Hutton starred in “Secret Window”, another adaptation of a Stephen King story, and later, he worked in the comedy “Last Holiday” (2006), in the movie by Robert De Niro “The Good Shepherd” (2006), “The Last Mimzy” (2007) and other films. Between 2006 and 2007, Timothy created the character of Conrad Cain in the television series “Kidnapped”, then in 2008 returned to the cinema with the film “The Alphabet Killer”. His net worth was rising steadily.

The actor received the nomination for the Saturn Award, and won a Prism Award for the role of Nathan Ford in the TV series “Leverage” (2008–2012). In 2009, he starred in a number of films including “Broken Hill”, “The Killing Room”, “Brief Interviews with Hideous Men”, “Multiple Sarcasms” and “Serious Moonlight”. Again, the nomination of a Primetime Emmy he received for the main role he landed in the series “American Crime” (2015–2016). Currently, Timothy is working on the set of the upcoming film “The Long Home” (2017).

Finally, in the personal life of the actor, Hutton has been married twice, firstly to actress Debra Winger (1986-90); they have a son. From 2000 to 2008, he was married to illustrator Aurore Giscard d’Estaing, a niece of former French President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, and they have a son too.

Full NameTimothy Hutton
Net Worth$6 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 16, 1960
Place Of BirthMalibu, California, United States
Height6' (1.83 m)
ProfessionActor, Producer, Film Director
EducationFairfax High School, Berkeley High School
SpouseAurore Giscard d'Estaing (2000-2009), Debra Winger (m. 1986–1990)
ChildrenNoah Hutton, Milo Hutton
ParentsJim Hutton, Maryline Adams Poole
SiblingsHeidi Hutton, Rebecca Hutton
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Supporting Actor, Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actor (1980), Prism Award, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actor, Satellite Award for Best Cast – Television Series (2015)
NominationsNational Society of Film Critics Award and New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor, Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best Actor (1993), Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film (1981), 76 episodes Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television (2009,...
Movies“Ordinary People” (1980), "Taps" (1981), "The Falcon and the Snowman" (1985), "The Dark Half" (1993), “Last Holiday” (2006),“The Good Shepherd” (2006), “The Last Mimzy” (2007)
TV Shows"A Nero Wolfe Mystery" (2001-2002), "A Long Way Home" (1981), "Kidnapped" (2006-2007), "Leverage" (2008-2012), "American Crime" (2015-2016)
1Plays characters who are fighting the system.
2Blue eyes
1[on George C. Scott] It was amazing just to stand by him and see him at work on Taps (1981)--a real experience to see such discipline and concentration.
2[Upon receiving his Academy Award for Ordinary People (1980)] This is for my dad. I wish he were here to see it.
3[9/1/98, in interview in "Daily News", about following his own gut in career choices] I was 18, did a couple of things on TV, then I did Ordinary People (1980) and when you are fortunate enough to be in a movie like that, working with Robert Redford as the director and the movie is as well received as it was, it would be ludicrous to have a master plan for a career. So next, I was in Wayne, PA, doing Taps (1981) and then I was back in New York working with Sidney Lumet doing an ensemble movie called Daniel (1983). And I turned down a starring role in Risky Business (1983), even though all my agents and manager said I was crazy. But I looked at it and asked myself, "What was the experience going to be like? What will I learn?" And looking back at myself at 23, being able to work with Sidney Lumet and E.L. Doctorow, I have absolutely no regrets. I learned stuff that will stay with me forever.
1In 1983, he signed to shoot a film titled "Road Show" with Jack Nicholson, Mary Steenburgen, and Debra Winger. The studio canceled plans, and Hutton sued claiming fraud and breach of contract. He won the jury trial in 1989 which awarded him $2.25 million in compensatory damages and $7.5 million in punitive damages. He had also gained a wife and son, when he married Winger with whom he had his first son Noah Hutton, but the marriage later dissolved. The title "Road Show" was later changed to Medicine Man (1992) and starred Sean Connery.
2His first wife actress Debra Winger had first seen him on TV when he accepted the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Ordinary People (1980) and fell in love with him. She met him in person two years later in 1983 for a film that they were supposed to be cast in called "Road Show" but it was revamped and made with different actors a decade later under a new title Medicine Man (1992). Hutton later said they talked for six hours about everything at that first meeting, and Winger said there was so much electricity between them that they got scared and ran in opposite directions. They kept running into each other once every six months, and Hutton later described these encounters "like turning magnets around." They finally stuck together when Winger emceed Farm Aid on New Year's Eve in 1986 and Hutton was one of the guests. Almost immediately, they started living together and married just three months later. Despair followed the happy occasion. Winger's orthodox Jewish grandmother stopped talking to her, because Hutton wasn't Jewish. Worse, she miscarried after she became pregnant on her wedding night. She got pregnant again and gave birth to their son Noah Hutton in 1987, but just a year later, they separated and divorced two years later. During their short marriage, they appeared together in two films (Made in Heaven (1987) and Betrayed (1988)) that flopped at the box office, as well as a "Life" magazine cover in 1987. Shortly after their divorce, he admitted that he will always love her but they were leading separate lives. A decade after their divorce, Winger (married to her second husband Arliss Howard) said that there was "no bad blood" between them.
3Brother of Punch Hutton and Heidi Hutton.
4In Taps (1981), Leverage (2008), Turk 182! (1985), and The Falcon and the Snowman (1985) he played a character who was fighting the system. In two of these (Taps and Leverage) he was formerly a part of the system that screwed him, so he turned on it.
5Directed the music video for The Cars' song "Drive".
6Has worn an Army uniform four times: Taps (1981), and "The Three Days Of The Hunter Job" episode of Leverage (2008) and A Time of Destiny (1988) and The General's Daughter (1999).
7Has three times played characters who fight the system: Taps (1981), Turk 182! (1985) (in fact the slogan was, "you CAN fight city hall!"), and Leverage (2008).
8In "The 10 Li'l Grifters" episode of Leverage (2008) (season 4, episode 2), the crew attends a costume party at which everyone dresses up as a character from a mystery story. Nathan Ford (Timothy Hutton) tells someone that he is dressed up as Ellery Queen, the character played by Hutton's father, Jim Hutton in Ellery Queen (1975), the TV show based on a popular mystery book series. Ford is also wearing the trademark hat worn by Ellery Queen on that show.
9His mother, Maryline Adams (née Poole), was a teacher and ran a small publishing company, and his father was actor Jim Hutton, star of NBC TV's Ellery Queen (1975).
10Was listed as a potential nominee on the 2008 Razzie Award nominating ballot. He was suggested in the Worst Supporting Actor category for his performance in the film The Last Mimzy (2007), he failed to receive a nomination however.
11He has twice played real-life traitors to the United States. He played Christopher Boyce in The Falcon and the Snowman (1985) and Aldrich Ames in Aldrich Ames: Traitor Within (1998). Both men were convicted of having sold secrets to the Soviet Union. In a third instance, Daniel (1983), he played the son of fictionalized versions of real-life traitors, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
12Became a father for the 2nd time a age 41 when his 2nd wife Aurore Giscard d'Estaing gave birth to their son Milo Hutton on September 11, 2001.
13Became a father for the 1st time at age 26 when his 1st [now ex] wife Debra Winger gave birth to their son Emmanuel Noah Hutton, aka Noah Hutton, on April 29, 1987.
14Current president of the exclusive Players Club in New York City (2004).
15Co-owner of the Bar/Restaurant "P.J. Clarke's" in New York City.
16Was the original choice to play the role of Joel Goodson in Risky Business (1983), but turned it down.
17His wife, Aurore Giscard d'Estaing, a Parisian-born children's book illustrator, is the niece of former French President (1974 - 1981) Valéry Giscard d'Estaing.
18Is a big fan of the New York band, Black 47.
19Discovered acting in the ninth grade.
20Son of actor Jim Hutton.


Father Figure1980TV MovieJim
Ordinary People1980Conrad
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1972-1980TV SeriesPaul Winters
The Oldest Living Graduate1980TV MovieCadet
Young Love, First Love1979TV MovieDerek Clayton
And Baby Makes Six1979TV MovieJason Kramer (as Tim Hutton)
The Best Place to Be1979TV MovieTommy Callahan
Friendly Fire1979TV MovieJohn Mullen
Zuma Beach1978TV MovieArt (as Tim Hutton)
Never Too Late1965Boy running to his Daddy (uncredited)
Beautiful Boy2018post-productionDr. Brown
The Long Home2017post-production
Jack Ryan2017TV Series pre-productionSinger
All the Money in the WorldfilmingJ. Paul Getty
American Crime2015-2017TV SeriesRuss Skokie Coach Dan Sullivan Nicholas Coates ...
#Horror2015Dr. White
Public Morals2015TV SeriesMr. O
Louder Than Words2013/IIBruce Komiske
Leverage2008-2012TV SeriesNathan Ford / Young Peter McSweeten / Sherriff
Multiple Sarcasms2010Gabriel
The Ghost Writer2010Sidney Kroll
Broken Hill2009George McAlpine
Serious Moonlight2009Ian
Brief Interviews with Hideous Men2009Professor Adams / Subject #30
The Killing Room2009Crawford Haines
The Alphabet Killer2008Richard Ledge
Lymelife2008Charlie Bragg
Kidnapped2006-2007TV SeriesConrad Cain
When a Man Falls2007Gary Fields
The Last Mimzy2007David Wilder
The Good Shepherd2006Thomas Wilson
Off the Black2006Mr. Tibbel
Falling Objects2006ShortOscar Peters
Heavens Fall2006Samuel Leibowitz
The Kovak Box2006David Norton
Avenger2006TV MovieFrank McBride
Stephanie Daley2006Paul Crane
Last Holiday2006Matthew Kragen
Turning Green2005Bill the Breaker
Kinsey2004Paul Gebhard
5ive Days to Midnight2004TV Mini-SeriesJ.T. Neumeyer
Secret Window2004Ted Milner
A Nero Wolfe Mystery2001-2002TV SeriesArchie Goodwin
Sunshine State2002Jack Meadows
WW 32001TV MovieLarry Sullivan
Just One Night2000Isaac Alder
Deliberate Intent2000TV MovieRod Smolla
The Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolfe Mystery2000TV MovieArchie Goodwin
Deterrence1999Marshall Thompson
The General's Daughter1999Col. William Kent
Vig1998TV MovieFrankie
Aldrich Ames: Traitor Within1998TV MovieAldrich Ames
Dead by Midnight1997TV MovieJohn Larkin / Sam Ellis
Playing God1997Raymond Blossom
City of Industry1997Lee Egan
The Substance of Fire1996Martin Geldhart
Mr. and Mrs. Loving1996TV MovieRichard Loving
Beautiful Girls1996Willie Conway
The Last Word1995Martin Ryan
French Kiss1995Charlie
Zelda1993TV MovieF. Scott Fitzgerald
The Dark Half1993Thad Beaumont / George Stark
The Temp1993Peter Derns
Strangers1992TV MovieTom (segment "Windows")
Books: Feed Your Head1991TV Mini-Series shortMan reciting 'Forty Stories'
Q & A1990Al Reilly
Torrents of Spring1989Dimitri Sanin
Everybody's All-American1988Donnie 'Cake'
Betrayed1988Juggler at the fair (uncredited)
A Time of Destiny1988Jack
Made in Heaven1987Mike Shea / Elmo Barnett
Turk 182!1985Jimmy Lynch
The Falcon and the Snowman1985Christopher Boyce
Iceman1984Dr. Stanley Shephard
Daniel1983Daniel Isaacson
Teenage Suicide: Don't Try It!1981Narrator
Taps1981/ICadet Major Brian Moreland
A Long Way Home1981TV MovieDonald Branch Booth


Heavens Fall2006executive producer
A Nero Wolfe Mystery2001-2002TV Series executive producer - 27 episodes
Mr. and Mrs. Loving1996TV Movie executive producer


Ivanov Red, White, and Blue2013Short
Essential Music Videos: Hits of the '80s2003Video short video "Drive"
A Nero Wolfe Mystery2001-2002TV Series 7 episodes
Digging to China1997
Amazing Stories1986TV Series 1 episode
The Cars: Drive1984Video short


Playing God1997"Delilah"
Iceman1984performer: "Heart of Gold" - uncredited


Amazing Stories1986TV Series story - 1 episode


Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show2014Documentary thanks
Tying the Knot2004Documentary special thanks


The Peter Austin Noto Show2017TV SeriesHimself
The View2015-2016TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards2015TV SpecialHimself - Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie
Close Up with the Hollywood Reporter2015TV SeriesHimself
Live with Kelly and Ryan2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Entertainment Tonight2008-2015TV SeriesHimself
Good Morning America2015TV SeriesHimself
AM Northwest2011TV SeriesHimself
14th Annual PRISM Awards2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Tavis Smiley2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
SAG Foundation Conversations2009TV SeriesHimself
The Bonnie Hunt Show2008TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Kidnapped: Ransom Notes2007Video shortHimself
HBO First Look2007TV Series documentary shortHimself
The Kinsey Report: Sex on Film2005Video documentaryHimself
Gala Paramount Pictures Celebrates 90th Anniversary with 90 Stars for 90 Years2002TV MovieHimself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show1999-2001TV SeriesHimself - Guest
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards2000TV Special documentaryPresenter (uncredited)
The General's Daughter: Behind the Secrets1999Video documentary shortHimself
Charlie Rose1999TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Daily Show1999TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Show with David Letterman1999TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1996-1998TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 70th Annual Academy Awards1998TV SpecialHimself - Past Winner
Take a Number1997Himself (uncredited)
1996 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards1996TV Special documentaryHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1996TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Scenes from Everyday Life1995Documentary
Late Night with David Letterman1989-1993TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
American Experience1992TV Series documentary
Working in the Theatre1991TV Series documentaryHimself
The 43th Annual Writers Guild Awards1991TV SpecialHimself
Books: Feed Your Head1991TV Mini-Series shortHimself
The 44th Annual Tony Awards1990TV SpecialHimself - Performer
The Ultimate Stuntman: A Tribute to Dar Robinson1987TV Movie documentaryHimself
Moving Image Salutes Sidney Lumet1985TV MovieHimself
Saturday Night Live1984TV SeriesHimself
The 56th Annual Academy Awards1984TV Special documentaryHimself - Co-Presenter: Best Actor in a Supporting Role
The 54th Annual Academy Awards1982TV Special documentaryHimself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Supporting Role
The 39th Annual Golden Globe Awards1982TV Special documentaryHimself
The 53rd Annual Academy Awards1981TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Best Actor in a Supporting Role
The Alan Thicke Show1981TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 38th Annual Golden Globe Awards1981TV SpecialHimself - Winner

Archive Footage

Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration2015TV Movie documentaryConrad Jarrett / Ordinary People
Spotlight on Broadway2013TV SeriesPeter
30 for 302009TV Series documentaryHimself
Corazón de...2006TV SeriesHimself
Twentieth Century Fox: The Blockbuster Years2000TV Movie documentaryCadet Major Brian Moreland
Biography1995-2000TV Series documentaryHimself
Late Show with David Letterman1996TV SeriesWillie Conway
Give Me Your Answer True1987Documentary
Pat Metheny Group & David Bowie: This Is Not America1985Video shortChristopher Boyce

Won Awards

2010Prism AwardPrism AwardsPerformance in a Drama EpisodeLeverage (2008)
2007Silver Berlin BearBerlin International Film FestivalOutstanding Artistic ContributionThe Good Shepherd (2006)
1998Children's Jury AwardChicago International Children's Film FestivalFeature Film and VideoDigging to China (1997)
1993Best ActorFantafestivalThe Dark Half (1993)
1981OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actor in a Supporting RoleOrdinary People (1980)
1981Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actor in a Supporting Role - Motion PictureOrdinary People (1980)
1981Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USANew Star of the Year in a Motion Picture - MaleOrdinary People (1980)
1980KCFCC AwardKansas City Film Critics Circle AwardsBest Supporting ActorOrdinary People (1980)
1980LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest Supporting ActorOrdinary People (1980)

Nominated Awards

2015Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or a MovieAmerican Crime (2015)
2015OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actor in a Motion Picture or MiniseriesAmerican Crime (2015)
2015Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actor in a Series, DramaAmerican Crime (2015)
2013Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Actor on TelevisionLeverage (2008)
2012Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Actor on TelevisionLeverage (2008)
2011Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Actor on TelevisionLeverage (2008)
2009Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Actor in TelevisionLeverage (2008)
2001Video Premiere AwardDVD Exclusive AwardsBest ActorJust One Night (2000)
1993Chainsaw AwardFangoria Chainsaw AwardsBest ActorThe Dark Half (1993)
1982Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actor in a Motion Picture - DramaTaps (1981)
1982Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TelevisionA Long Way Home (1981)
1982BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsMost Outstanding Newcomer to Leading Film RolesOrdinary People (1980)

2nd Place Awards

1981NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest Supporting ActorOrdinary People (1980)

3rd Place Awards

1980NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest Supporting ActorOrdinary People (1980)

Known for movies

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