Faculty & Staff Directory
Tim Altmeyer
Associate Professor
School of Theatre + Dance/Acting
Biography

A graduate of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill/PlayMakers Repertory Company Professional Actor Training Program where he received his MFA in Dramatic Art, Tim has worked extensively as a professional actor on Broadway and Off-Broadway; at numerous regional theatres; in film, television, and national commercials; and in print work. He is a member of Actors’ Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and the Actors Studio.

He was in the Broadway companies of Oscar Wilde’s Salome with Al Pacino, Marisa Tomei, Dianne Wiest, and David Strathairn, directed by Estelle Parsons; Tony-nominated Looped with Valerie Harper; and High with Kathleen Turner.   He appeared in the Broadway National Tour of High, also with Ms. Turner.  His Off-Broadway credits include the New York premieres of Edward Albee’s Occupant and Horton Foote’s The Last of the Thorntons, both at the Signature Theatre.  He was also in the original Off-Broadway company of Edward Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Three Tall Women (with Marian Seldes).  Other New York credits include St. Ann's Warehouse, HB Playwrights Foundation, Hypothetical Theatre Company, Voice & Vision, and the Actors Studio.  His regional theatre highlights include premieres of Naomi Iizuka’s Strike-Slip at The Humana Festival of New American Plays/Actors Theatre of Louisville and The Notebook of Trigorin by Tennessee Williams (starring Lynn Redgrave) at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, as well as My Old Lady (opposite Estelle Parsons) at Palm Beach Dramaworks.  He has also worked at The O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, TheaterWorks Hartford, Pioneer Theatre Company, Paper Mill Playhouse, PlayMakers Repertory Company, Great Lakes Theatre Festival,  Vermont Stage Company, and Clarence Brown Theatre.   His feature film credits include The Hidden (Five Years), and his television credits include All My Children and Guiding Light.   In addition, Tim has appeared in several national network and cable commercials, industrial videos, and print ads.

Most recently, Tim appeared as Bill in Lobby Hero at Palm Beach Dramaworks (2023). Other recent roles include Juror 1 in Twelve Angry Men and Shannon in The Night of the Iguana, both at Palm Beach Dramaworks, and Drew in The Blameless at the Hippodrome Theatre.

His professional directing credits include Stage Kiss, Other Desert Cities (Hippodrome Theatre), Not Now Darling, All the Great Books (abridged) (Weathervane Theatre) and the European premiere of Alex Lewin’s Water Street at the 2010 Absolut Gay Theatre Festival in Dublin, Ireland, which was nominated for three Festival awards including Best Production.  His directing credits at UF include Stupid F-ing Bird; Sweat; Between Riverside and Crazy; The Seagull; Spill; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark; Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika; The Madwoman of Chaillot; Dark Play or Stories for Boys; and Glengarry Glen Ross. 

For excellence in teaching at UF, Tim has been designated Outstanding Faculty by Anderson Scholars and named College of the Arts Faculty Adviser/Mentor of the Year.

Tim is currently MFA Acting Graduate Coordinator.

Contact Information
352-273-0503
392-5114
taltmeyer@ufl.edu
Nadine Mag
Room #232
Campus Map
Office Hours
By Appt.
Mailing Address

McGuire Pavilion<br /><br /><br />
P.O. Box 115900<br /><br /><br />
Gainesville, Fl<br /><br /><br />
32611-5900