Timmy Everett is an American actor, dancer, choreographer and director. He attended the Neighborhood Playhouse School of theater and made his debut at the age of 14 in the TV series On Your Toes. He won the World Stage Award in 1957 for his role in "Darkness at the top of the stairs", and again in 1958 for "Warm and cold winds". Everett appeared in the 1962 film The Music Man and in the television series Decoy, General Electric Theater, Naked City, Outlaws, and Ben Casey. He died of an apparent heart attack in his sleep on March 4, 1977 in New York City at the age of 38
|Born||February 14, 1939, Helena, Montana|
|Died||March 4, 1977, Manhattan, New York City, New York|
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Montana-born actor best known for his roles in films like The Music Man and Outlaws.
He first appeared on screen in the 1956 Tom Sawyer episode of the series The United States Steel Hour.
He was a gay man in a time when homosexuality was frowned upon in Hollywood.
His sister is Fiddler on the Roof actress Tanya Everett.
He co-starred with Barbara Cook in 1962's The Music Man.
Latest information about Timmy Everett updated on June 14 2021.