San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
TIM REID, Emmy-nominated actor, director and producer,
has appeared on television for over three decades, from
Venus Flytrap, on WKRP in Cincinnati through Simon &
Simon, Frank's Place, Sister, Sister, That 70’s Show and
recently, HBO’s Treme, and OWN’s Greenleaf.
1995, he made his directorial debut with his critically
acclaimed feature film, "Once Upon a Time…When We
Were Colored." Tim’s other film projects include New
Millennium 's feature production, "Asunder," starring Blair
Underwood, Debbi Morgan and Michael Beach, which Reid directed, produced and distributed through New Millennium Releasing. He created and produced the critically acclaimed Showtime TV series "Linc's". He has received the “Oscar Micheaux Award” from the Producer’s Guild of America for outstanding lifetime achievement. In 1997, Tim brought together investors to build New Millennium Studios in Petersburg, Virginia, where he explored his passion for history by producing documentaries and television programs offering the unique legacy of people of African descent who played essential roles in shaping the destiny of America.
In 2012, Reid co-produced and directed Keepers of the Flame, a compelling film about
Virginia’s central role in American history, for visitors to the Virginia Capitol.
Through his non-profit Legacy Media Institute, he instructs an international group of
students and emerging filmmakers, promoting excellence and accountability in creating
media that reflects a diverse global society.
Reid has received numerous Honorary Degrees and has been inducted into the National
Black College Hall of Fame. Through his Tim Reid Productions, he has launched a new
Creative Incubator in Richmond, VA.
April 5, 2017
10950 Campus Drive
Manassas, VA 20109
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