Famous Tims

Based on the clues, name these famous people named Tim or Timothy.
Includes one fictional character
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Last updated: March 2, 2014
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Famous Tim
"Shawshank Redemption" star
Tim Robbins
Director known for his many collaborations with Johnny Depp
Tim Burton
Religious quarterback
Tim Tebow
Hockey player who started Canada's biggest coffee chain
Tim Horton
Hugely popular country singer. A Taylor Swift song is named for him
Tim McGraw
"Home Improvement" star
Tim Allen
Fundamentally-sound basketball player for the Spurs
Tim Duncan
Harvard LSD researcher who advised students to "turn on, tune in, drop out"
Timothy Leary
Sickly "Christmas Carol" child who says "God bless us, everyone!"
Tiny Tim
James Bond actor of the late 1980's
Timothy Dalton
English actor who was the butler in "Clue"
Tim Curry
Skinny Giants pitcher known as "The Freak"
Tim Lincecum
Oklahoma City bomber
Timothy McVeigh
Britain's great tennis hope prior to Andy Murray
Tim Henman
Long time Red Sox knuckleballer
Tim Wakefield
Star of the TV shows "Deadwood" and "Justified"
Timothy Olyphant
Englishman who invented the World Wide Web
Tim Berners-Lee
Level 78
Mar 2, 2014
Funny -- Al Gore doesn't start with "T."
Level 82
Mar 2, 2014
Al Gore purportedly claimed (though he didn't) to invent the Internet, a very different and much more significant invention than the "world wide web."
Level 82
Mar 5, 2014
Thanks for linking to the link I just linked to.
Level 43
Mar 2, 2014
Andy Murray is Scottish, not English.
Level 58
Mar 2, 2014
Andy Murray isn't English. Learn the difference between England and Scotland. Call a Scotsman English and he'll cut your unmentionables off.
Level 84
Jun 30, 2017
Feel free to employ good manners and politeness next time. Or just be arrogant and condescending again. Your choice.
Level 58
Nov 30, 2017
The difference between "your" and "you're" is probably the same on both sides of the pond.
Level 66
Mar 2, 2014
The clue does NOT state that Murray is English, but he can still be a "tennis hope" for England (since he's the closest to a hope they have).
Level ∞
Mar 2, 2014
Changed it to British to avoid confusion, although it can hardly be denied that the English do love him.
Level 90
Sep 18, 2014
Soon there may be no confusion as they could separate entirely. Today is the day, what will happen?
Level 48
Mar 3, 2014
Level 51
May 1, 2015
Disappointed Tim Conway isn't on here.
Level 74
May 9, 2023
14/17, thanks for the quiz!