Timothy Hutton, Best Supporting Actor 1980: MovieMonday.com

ORDINARY PEOPLE

(Drama - PG)

Timothy Hutton won his Supporting Oscar for playing the troubled son in an upper middle class family that's mourning the accidental death of his older brother.


Timothy Hutton (1960 - )

Timothy Hutton, the son of the late actor Jim Hutton, made his film debut at the age of five in the comedy Never Too Late (1965), a movie that co-starred his father. In the late 70's Timothy Hutton began appearing in made for TV movies. Timothy Hutton won the Oscar in 1980, at the age of 20, for his excellent performance in Ordinary People, which was directed by Robert Redford. Some other career highlights include playing the son of convicted spies in Daniel (1983), and as a young district attorney in the 1990 film Q&A. He has also directed several music videos

It is interesting to note that ORDINARY PEOPLE was his first film.

Timothy Hutton's other films include:

TAPS
DANIEL
ICEMAN
THE FALCON & THE SNOWMAN
TURK 182
MADE IN HEAVEN
A TIME OF DESTINY
EVERYBODY'S ALL AMERICAN
TORRENTS OF SPRING
Q & A
THE DARK HALF
THE TEMP
THE DARK HALF
FRENCH KISS
SCENES FROM EVERYDAY LIFE
BEAUTIFUL GIRLS
THE SUBSTANCE OF FIRE
CITY OF INDUSTRY
PLAYING GOD
THE GENERAL'S DAUGHTER
DETERRENCE
JUST ONE NIGHT
SUNSHINE STATE
SECRET WINDOW

His TV credits include...

ZUMA BEACH
FRIENDLY FIRE
AND BABY MAKES SIX
YOUNG LOVE, FIRST LOVE
FATHER FIGURE
A LONG WAY HOME
ZELDA
MR AND MRS LOVING
ALDRICH AMES: TRAITOR WITHIN
THE GOLDEN SPIDERS: A NERO WOLF MYSTERY
A NERO WOLFE MYSTERY (TV Series)

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