Charles (Chuck) Timbers Bio

Charles (Chuck) Timbers has been a performer for more than 30 years, appearing in over 30+ plays in Pittsburgh, and he is an active member of SAG/AFTRA and Actors Equity Association (A.E.A). He is currently the producer and director of his own show on PCTV, a local cable access channel, a program called Health Focus with Chuck which discusses current healthcare issues. When he is not acting, Mr. Timbers is a full time, certified, and registered Nurse Practitioner. Chuck is a collective member and board member of the Demaskus Theater Collective, and part of the Community Empowerment Associations (C.E.A) Arts Renaissance Collective.

Mr. Timbers has been seen with Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater Co. as Cutler in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and at the Short North Stage Theater in Columbus, Ohio, where he received the Excellence in Acting Award 2016 from the Theater Roundtable of Columbus, as well as in LOTTO with New Horizons Theater, and The Summer King with the Pittsburgh Opera. He has appeared with the Mendelssohn Choir in the production of Let my People Go: A Spiritual Journey Along the Underground Railroad as the narrator. Charles was executive producer and narrator for the short film documentary Black Mary.

His film credits include several local and national TV commercials, industrial and student films: Black Mary, Rehabilitation of the Hill, Dead and Alive, and he played the role of Dr. Hayes in the ABC T.V movie The Jacksons: An American Dream. He also participated in the program Spirit Everlasting: A Tribute to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. hosted by the August Wilson Center in Pittsburgh. Recently performed in The Bold and the Sanctified, One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show, and appeared in Jitney by August Wilson with Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company.