Tim Hodgin is a proud member of the Actors Co-op and The First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood where he sings in the Cathedral Choir, plays in the adult Handbell Choir, is a member of the Worship Committee and has served as a deacon. Tim started his acting career in his native North Carolina, moved to New York for 10 years and has spend the last 18 years in Los Angeles. Film and television roles include The Practice, Judging Amy, Buffy, The Vampire Slayer, First Monday, Nathan For You, Arrest and Trial, Toto Out, Dunsdance, Penny Ante, Life Planners, Two De Force and Talent; A Hollywood Gothic. Some favorite theatre roles include Kudzu (Rev. Will B. Dunn, Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C.), The Baker's Wife (Aimable, Mint Theatre, NYC), 1776 (James Wilson, North Carolina Theatre, Raleigh, N.C.), Bill W. And Dr. Bob (Dr. Bob Smith, Theatre 68, Los Angeles), Southern Comforts (Gus Klingman, Indian Wells Theatre for which he was a best actor nominee 2011 Desert Star Awards), Smoke and Mirrors (Leroy Lumpkin, Caldwell Theatre, Boca Raton, FL), Camelot (Sir Lionel, Candlewood Playhouse, Danbury, CT), The Fantasticks (Huckelbee, Encore Theatre, Tampa, FL), First Monday In October (Justice Josiah Clewes, Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles). Actor's Co-Op roles include 110 In The Shade (H.C. Curry), Our Town (Howie Newsome), The Baker's Wife (M. le Cure), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Rev. Chrisparkle), Spinning Into Butter (Mr. Meyers) and The Voysey Inheritance (Rev Evan Colpus).