TIM MATHESON (Marty) has wide-ranging credits in feature films and television as an actor, producer, and director.
Matheson was an aspiring actor who received immediate attention in his first television role on the series Window on Main Street. This led to leading roles on many popular series: The Twilight Zone, Leave it to Beaver and My Three Sons. More recently, Matheson has appeared in the dramatic telefilms Rescuers: Stories of Courage - Two Families opposite Daryl Hannah for Showtime, and CBS' Forever Love with Reba McEntire.
He made his feature film debut co-starring with Debbie Reynolds and Dick Van Dyke in Divorce American Style and then he starred in Yours, Mine & Ours opposite Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda. His portrayal of Otter in John Landis' hit film Animal House solidified his comic appeal. Matheson went on to star in Steven Spielberg's 1941, A Little Sex, One For the Money, Fletch, Drop Dead Fred, A Very Brady Sequel, Black Sheep, and She's All That.
As a producer, Matheson brought Rutger Hauer's Blind Fury to the big screen. He also produced, as well as starred in, his own ABC series, "Just In Time."
Matheson's premiere directorial effort was an episode of St. Elsewhere, which led to USA's Breach of Contract. Previously starring in Buried Alive Matheson returned as director and star in Buried Alive II. He recently directed Showtime's The Agency, which stars Tom Berenger and Ron Silver.