Addison Timlin is an American actress. She is best known for roles in films including "That Awkward Moment," "The Town That Dreaded Sundown" and "Odd Thomas," as well as for her appearances on television series like "Californication."
Addison Jayne Timlin was born on June 29, 1991 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A child who knew what she wasnted to do from a very young age, by the time she was only 8, she began touring with the 2000-01 national production of the famous play "Annie." After being cast in various orphan roles as the show ran, she was finally given her true chance to shine when she was offered the title character at age 9. After this, her career on stage continued to blossom as she was eventually cast as Baby Louise in the Tony Award-nominated revival of "Gypsy." This role wound up being such a financial blessing for the young actress that she and her family were able to move to Manhattan on her dime so she could continue to pursue a career in acting.
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By 2005, Addison was given yet another huge opportunity when she was cast in her first feature film role in "Derailed." This got her Hollywood acting career off the ground in ways that Broadway simply couldn't. Within a year, she was already cast in her first TV series "3 lbs." While the show may have only lasted a brief three episodes, it was more than enough expose to land her a role in the short film "Man" which would later be screened at both Sundance and Cannes.
Since her early years in show business, Addison's resume has only continued to grow on both the big and small screen alike. Some of her most famous TV credits include appearances on series like "Californication" and "Law & Order: Los Angeles." However, her film appearances are even more impressive, with major roles in movies including "Stand Up Guys," "Best Man Down" and "That Awkward Moment."