Timothy Hutton- Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Children, Ethnicity

Timothy Hutton

Timothy Hutton won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar 20 years ago. He has acted in many drama series, TV shows, and feature films. He has established himself as a well-known figure in American media, following in the footsteps of his turbulent father, Jim Hutton.

Quick Facts

Celebrated Name: Timothy Hutton
Real Name/Full Name: Timothy Tarquin Hutton
Gender: Male
Age: 61 years old
Birth Date: 16 August 1960
Birth Place: Malibu, California, USA
Nationality: American
Height: 6ft
Weight: 73kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Aurore Giscard d’Estaing (m. 2000–2009), Debra Winger (m. 1986–1990)
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter): Yes (Noah, Milo)
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Is Timothy Hutton Gay?: No
Profession: Actor, Director
Salary: N/A
Net Worth in 2022: $16 million

Timothy Hutton Biography

Timothy Hutton was born in the United States in Malibu, California. His mother, Maryline Adams, was a teacher, and his father, Jim Henson, was a well-known Hollywood actor. Timothy’s mother raised him and his older sister, Heidi, after his parents divorced when he was just three years old. When Tim was twelve, he and his mother relocated to Boston, Connecticut, and then back to California.

Despite having an actor for a father, he received little professional assistance and only occasionally saw his father. He became well-known in the field. But when he was fifteen, he moved in with his father while attending Fairfax High School after making amends with him. With support from both of his parents, he came to the realization that becoming an actor was what he wanted to do.

Timothy Hutton Age
Timothy Hutton Age

Timothy Hutton Age, Height, Weight

Timothy Hutton was born on August 16, 1960, will turn 61 on this day, August 3, 2022. He stands 6 feet tall and weighs 73 kilograms.


In the supporting role of the film “Ordinary People” in 1980, he had one of his best performances.Timothy Hutton received two Golden Globes and one Academy Award. After that, his TV movies were comparatively successful, but his big-screen pictures flopped, with “The Falcon and The Snowman” having the only run in 1985. He directed the song “Drive” for “The Cars,” his first significant work as a director.

Additionally, he performed in two Broadway plays. After that, he began to play supporting roles in films and co-starred in “Beautiful Girls” with Natalie Portman, then just 14 years old. He had a passable performance in his other movies and television series, but he excelled in the 2008–2012 play “Leverage.” He has appeared in various advertisements and was a New York City restaurant owner.

Awards & Achievements

Timothy won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor the same year he won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 1981. Male New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture, Golden Globe Award iii. 1993 Fanta Festival Best Actor

1998 Jury Prize for Children’s Film at the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival
Prism Award – 2010 Berlin International Film Festival for Silver Berlin Bear

Timothy Hutton’s Net Worth in 2022

Timothy Hutton was the actor that won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar at the youngest age. So, his net worth increased dramatically at a very young age, but he could not maintain those heights and did not reach his full potential. His net worth fluctuated a lot, barely maintaining itself, but as of November 2022, it was a high $16 million.

After having the best possible start, Timothy Hutton was destined to become one of the biggest figures in Hollywood. He used it everything to carve out a prosperous career. But he is still far from reaching his full potential. It has been suggested that he may try out for Netflix programs. Maybe the aged actor who was once a prodigy will be resurrected by it.

Timothy Hutton Wife, Marriage

Timothy Hutton married fellow actress Debra Winger in 1986. However, they quickly divorced in 1990, and he later dated several other women. Uma Thurman and Angelina Jolie are on the list. In 2000, he eventually remarried to Aurore Giscard d’Estaing, a French illustrator, and the former president’s niece. Before divorcing in 2009, they welcomed a son named Milo in 2001.

He currently has a nice relationship with his family and is divorced. Tim gave his Academy Award to his father, who passed away in 1979, as a tribute.