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Tim Balme stars in "The Almighty Johnsons" on Syfy as Mike Johnson. In addition to being a cast member, he is also a storyliner and scriptwriter for the South Pacific Pictures series.

New Zealand actor Tim Balme has a long involvement with South Pacific Pictures, both as a writer and as an actor and — from 2009 to 2012, as Head of Development. Since 2006 he worked as a storyliner and scriptwriter on five series of "Outrageous Fortune" and in series six appeared in an explosive guest role. In 2010 he wrote the screenplay for "Stolen," a one-off telefilm for TV3 based on the true story of a high profile baby kidnapping.

Balme previously worked as a writer on the police drama series "Interrogation," wrote a number of his own screenplays and also penned the acclaimed one-man play "The Ballad of Jimmy Costello."

As an actor, Balme made his big screen debut as the lead actor in Peter Jackson's "Braindead" and went on to a number of high profile television roles including South Pacific Pictures' "Nothing Trivial," "Shortland Street," "Mercy Peak" and "Maddigan's Quest." He has won many awards for his performances on stage and screen.


How old is Tim Balme? Find out here.

Age: 49 years old
Birthday: January 18, 1967
Wife: Katie Wolfe

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