Tim Kring Net Worth

Tim Kring was born on July 09, 1957 in  El Dorado County, California, United States, is Writer, Producer, Actor. Tim Kring was born on July 9, 1957 in El Dorado County, California, USA as Richard Timothy Kring. He is a writer and producer, known for Nhung Nguoi Hung (2006), Chicago Hope (1994) and The Conspiracy for Good: London 2010 (2010).
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Writer, Producer, Actor
Birth Day July 09, 1957
Birth Place  El Dorado County, California, United States
Age 63 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Leo
Occupation Screenwriter, television producer
Notable works Strange World Crossing Jordan Heroes Touch
Relatives Brothers Kenneth & Buddy Kring, twin-sister; Rebecca Kring-Rosen

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Awards and nominations:

Kring won an Emmy Award nomination in 2007 for Outstanding Drama Series as the producer for Heroes. He was also named one of the Masters of Sci Fi TV for his work on the series.

Biography/Timeline

1983

He attended Allan Hancock College, where his father, Ray, was the track coach, then graduated from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in 1983. Discussing his beginnings, Kring said:

2007

Kring won an Emmy Award nomination in 2007 for Outstanding Drama Series as the Producer for Heroes. He was also named one of the Masters of Sci Fi TV for his work on the series.

2010

Kring's first job as a Screenwriter was for the television show Knight Rider. Other early projects included co-writing an episode of Misfits of Science (which, like his later project Heroes, featured super-powered humans as a main theme) and Teen Wolf Too with Jeph Loeb. Kring and Loeb would collaborate again when producing Heroes. Kring also co-wrote the 2010 book Shift: A Novel (Gates of Orpheus Trilogy) with Dale Peck.

2012

After the cancellation of Heroes in 2010 Kring created the TV series Touch, a drama focusing on a father (Kiefer Sutherland) who discovers that his mute son can predict Future events. The series premiered on January 25, 2012 on Fox and was cancelled after two seasons on May 9, 2013.

2014

On February 22, 2014, during its Olympics coverage, NBC announced Heroes is coming back as a 13-episode event miniseries titled Heroes Reborn. It premiered in 2015 with creator Tim Kring as the executive Producer.