Actor Tim Krueger

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Tim was raised in Chicago and Sparta, New Jersey and currently splits time between the Rogers Park neighborhood in Chicago and a farm in Michigan. When he isn't acting on a movie set, television commercial or stage, you might find him teaching windsurfing lessons or chopping firewood.


Tim played the Frankenstein Monster in Frankenstein: Day of the Beast, a well reviewed feature film due for release by Hanover House during the second half of 2014. Bachelors Grove, also written and directed by Ricardo Islas, features Tim as Coach Baker and will also be released in 2014. You can see Tim in Divorced Dudes where he played game show host Brian McFarland. Or catch him as Frahm in Thinking Speed later in 2014.

You've seen Tim if you've enjoyed a dinner murder mystery at Ann Sathers, or taken in Animals and Plants by Adam Rapp at Gorilla Tango theater in Chicago.

Sundance attendees saw Tim play the dad in "Divorce Lemonade". NY International Film Festival patrons saw Krueger play Tom, the boss in "Caged". Krueger was the lead in the award winning short film "The Institution", where he portrayed Professor Camden, the psychotic killer. Again the psycho killer, Krueger was Tad Marcellus in "No One".

Chicago International Film Festival featured "They Can Sleep" with Tim as the pistol-whipping intruder.  He earned his first SAG waiver working on The Devil Wears Prada in NY.

You can find Tim on TV where he played a defense lawyer on the History channel, a fire inspector on the Discovery channel, a detective in "Grave Justice" on TruTV, and Lead Detective Tym Burkee in an episode of "Under Cover" on Investigation Discovery, all products of Chicago based Towers Productions. Tim was also a secret service agent in several episodes of the first season of Prison Break on Fox.

Of his several TV commercials, the most visible is for Legal Helpers where Tim is the iron pumping gym rat who says "bankruptcy will ruin my credit".