Tim Loden looks like a biker dude with sweet vocals, but the Bloodlines actor is also the husband of Yvonne Strahovski, who many remember as the hot lady in Chuck. While Tim has a few drama series he has appeared on, the gorgeous dark-haired actor, and producer is best recognized for his recurring role on the TV series Bloodlines. He also served as an executive producer on six episodes of the show. Here are 5 things to know about Tim Loden as well as some details on his movies and career achievements.
5 Things to Know About Tim Loden
1. Tim Loden Loves Animals and The Outdoors
While you most likely would find his wife covering the front pages of magazines, Tim Loden is most likely taking a picture of his hiking or traveling adventures. He also posts pictures with animals and we can count a kangaroo, a dog, and a koala as part of those animals.
2. Tim’s Marriage to Yvonne Strahovski
When Tim Loden met Yvonne in 2009, it was love at first sight. They kept their romance out of the eyes of the public, despite Tim appearing as a guest in the spy comedy sitcom Chuck, which Yvonne played a lead role in. With the gossip mill being what it is, it was hinted that the two were seeing each other, but after a long while, the consensus became that they had broken up and gone their separate ways.
Fast forward to 2017, Yvonne herself provided a new twist on their love affair, surprising both fans and the public with the confirmation that they had been in love for a while. The occasion was the 2017 Emmy Awards red carpet. Yvonne revealed to reporters that she and Tim had already become partners in a secret wedding. Reports later surfaced that the couple got married in July 2017. Tim and Yvonne now have a son who was born in 2018.
3. He Appeared in A TV Show with His Wife
In 2010, Tim Loden played a Polish rocker in the TV series Chuck, which stars his wife as Sarah Walker. According to Elite Daily, he booked the role after he started dating Yvonne. Though their relationship was pretty well-known at the time, after they stopped being spotted together there were rumors, they had broken up in 2011. Clearly, those rumors were merely rumors.
4. About His Wife
Tim Loden’s wife is a well-known name in Hollywood. When there was a casting call for the spy show Chuck, Yvonne Strahovski sent her audition tape to the United States from Australia. She was contacted by the producers the next day letting her know she was cast as Sarah Walker. She then moved to the United States six months later.
She appeared in Mass Effect Galaxy, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3 as Miranda Lawson. Her face was scanned and animated in the games. Her voice was also used in the English version of Parasite Eve: The 3rd Birthday for the PlayStation Portable which was released on March 2011.
In 2011, Yvonne Strahovski appeared in Killer Elite with her co-stars Jason Statham, Clive Owen, and Robert De Niro. She also appeared in The Guilt Trip, a 2012 comedy alongside Seth Rogen and Barbara Streisand.
5. Tim is Also a Producer
Not only is he an actor, but Tim Loden is also a producer. He’s known for producing Extinction (2017), 750 (2015), and Bloodlines (2015). For 750, he served as the screenwriter and director.
Tim Loden’s Movies and Career Achievements
Tim Loden began his acting career featuring in short dramas and plays while he was in college. His rise to fame came when he had a guest role in the spy comedy series Chuck. He got his movie debut in the 2007 short film Never Get It Back. After this, he appeared in other TV shows, mostly in a single episode until he became a recurring character in 2015’s Bloodlines. Other movies he has appeared in include Oh Em Gee, Morir de Amor, and 750. Some of his popular projects include The Beginning, No Ordinary Family, Scary Tales, Vantastic, and The Great Silence.
Tim Loden’s career is not without its achievements. In 2016, The pilot episode of Bloodlines titled Family Reunion won the International Open Film Festival Award for Best Television Pilot. Tim shared this award with his co-producers. In 2017, Extinction which he produced won the Best Short Film and Best Picture awards at the Canadian Diversity Film Festival. Extinction was also the winner of the Jury Award for the Best Human Rights Film at the 2018 International Open Film Festival.