Actor (usually playing very posh people)
Educated: Eton Born: January 1st 1935
Son of Major James Seely one time Master of the South Notts Hunt.
Tim trained at RADA. He made his professional debut in "Tea and Sympathy" at the Comedy Theatre, playing the juvenile lead Tom Lee, a role he repeated for Sam Wannamaker's New Shakespeare Theatre in Liverpool, along with Rodolpho in Arthur Miller's "A View From the Bridge". He played opposite Maggie Smith in "The Stepmother" at the St Martins Theatre. He has appeared in numerous TV plays, notably opposite Julie Christie in "Dangerous Corners", and opposite Eileen Atkins in "No Time for Heros". Other work includes "The Offshore Island", "The Human Jungle", "Crossroads", "Emmerdale", "Trainer", "Kavanagh QC" and "The Mystery of Edwin Drood". Tim was a member of the BBC Radio Drama Company, for whom he played the title role in "Pericles". He has extensive experience of Shakespeare, having played Baptista, Capulet, Polonus, Leonata and the King of France.
1959: Please Turn Over - Plays Robert Hughes
1960: Poacher's Daughter - Luke Carey
1960/1: Julius Caesar(TV) - ?
1962: Mutiny on the Bounty - Midshipman Edward 'Ned' Young
1979: Agatha - Captain Rankin
1981: Country(TV) - Andrew Oliphant
1984: Laughterhouse - a Landowner
1985: Plenty - Sir Charles Curry
1985: The Last Place on Earth(TV) - Lord Derby
1990: Strike it Rich - Arnold
1991: King Ralph - King of England
1993: Lipstick on Your Collar(TV) - Brigadier
1995: Annie: A Royal Adventure - The King
2004: Vanity Fair - The Doctor