Tim Dillon Biography
A native of Island Park, New York, United States, Tim Dillon is an American podcaster, actor, and comedian.
Tim Dillon Age
Dillon is 37 years old as of 2022. He was born on 22 January 1985 in Island Park, New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 22 January every year.
Tim Dillon Height
Dillon stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch(1.85 m) tall and weighs 90 kg (198 lbs).
Tim Dillon Education
Dillon studied at Nassau Community College where he was on the debate team.
Tim Dillon Family
Dillon was born and brought up in Island Park, New York, United States by his caring parents. He was raised by his mother but he often visits his dad’s home and he has good connections with his father. He uploaded a few images of his parents on his social media handles.
Moreover, he has not shared anything about his siblings. As per the infomation, his counsin is Robert Lopez. Robert works as an actor, producer, and composer in the entertainment industry.
Tim Dillon Wife
Dillon has not come to the public about his love life. We don’t know if he is in a relationship or married also, and we don’t know if he has kids. However, we will update this section once their information is available.
Tim Dillon Net Worth
Dillon has an estimated net worth of $4 Million
Tim Dillon Comedy
In 2018, Dillon worked as a writer in a TV series named ‘The Comedy Lineup’. He played the role of Bruce the Bartender in the movie named ‘Boston Psychiatric’. This drama and comedy movie was directed by J. Brian Turk. He appeared in the comedy Talk show titled ‘The Gavin McInnes Show’ in 2015.
He worked as a host comedian Tim worked as a host in the TV series named ‘The Tim Dillon Show’
In 2016, the star worked with Damien Lemon (host), Mo Mandel, and others in the comedy game show entitled Comedy Knockout. Dillon often attends stage shows with his co-stars in New York and other states of America. Apart from this, he sells the T-shirts of his show named ‘The Tim Dillon Show’ through his IG profile.
Tim Dillon Politics
In 2016, Dillon stated “I don’t think politically I line up with anything. I think it’s all fake.” He said he did not vote in the 2020 US general election due to disapproval of both incumbent Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden.
In 2016, Dillon did like Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, stating, “I think people should have health care, and I know a lot of people are angry at me about that.” Dillon has described himself as “pretty moderate” on several occasions. He does not support a particular political party, preferring to analyze each issue as it comes.