Date of Birth : Aug 16th 1960
Timothy T. Hutton (born August 16, 1960) is an American Academy Award-winning actor — the youngest ever to win the award for Best Supporting Actor at the age of 20. Hutton received the award for his performance as Conrad Jarrett in Ordinary People (1980), the Oscar-winning directorial debut of Robert Redford.
Hutton was born in Malibu, California. His mother, Maryline Adams (née Poole), was a teacher and ran a small publishing company, while his father was actor Jim Hutton (star of NBC TV’s Ellery Queen). Hutton attended Fairfax High School and made his acting debut in 1965, playing a small role in the film Never Too Late, which starred his father.
Since winning an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1980 for Ordinary People, Hutton has gone on to numerous popular roles in feature films and television. He starred as detective Archie Goodwin in the A&E TV series A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001–2002), and also served as an executive producer and directed several episodes of the critically acclaimed series. His other directing credits include the family film Digging to China (1998). He acted in the TV miniseries WW3 (2001), and in 2006 he had a lead role in the NBC series Kidnapped, playing Conrad Cain, the wealthy father of a kidnapped teenager.
Hutton has married twice. His first marriage (1986-1990) was to actress Debra Winger; they have a son, Noah. In 2000, he married illustrator Aurore Giscard d’Estaing; their son Milo was born in Paris on September 11, 2001.