Texas native Timothy Guest trained at Louisiana State University, received an Air Force officer commission, and spent the next several years performing theatre wherever he was stationed across the U.S. and Europe.
Recent film roles include the dark comedy "Midlife" with Arye Gross and Nickolas Coster, the family drama "Sanctuary" with Trevor Morgan and Catherine Dent and the sci-fi adventure "Europa."
Television credits include series regular on "Cost Of Capital," the role of Don Overman on "The Young and the Restless," five episodes of "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" during its first season on Fox and pilot episodes of "Logue, Inc." for MTV, “Slanted Monica” for Comedy Central and "Wesley" for HBO. On the Internet, Guest starred in “Apple Of My Eye” -- the first short film entirely shot and edited on the Apple iPhone 4 -- that went viral and generated half a million hits in its first three days.
On stage, Guest portrayed Andrey Botvinik in "A Walk In The Woods," Antonio Salieri in "Amadeus," Chris Keller in "All My Sons," and roles in over 50 other Los Angeles area and regional theatre productions across the country.