Actor T.J. Doyle, Character Portfolio With Contact Info is a portfolio that shows the actor in specific character roles that tend to be representative of the character types he is most often cast for. T.J picked the types of roles he wanted to be photographed in and provided the wardrobe.
T.J. Doyle’s contact info and Bio:
T.J. Doyle was born Thomas Joseph Doyle Jr. on September 3, 1969, in Elizabeth, NJ. He is the son of Denise Doyle, a retired school teacher, and Thomas Doyle, a retired salesman. He is of Italian and Irish descent. He grew up in Ambler, PA and attended La Salle University in Philadelphia, where he earned a degree in Business Administration.
His talent for art led him to design promotional flyers and posters for La Salle’s Masque theater organization. In addition, he performed in a couple of small roles in Masque productions. In 2002, a friend suggested he take a commercial acting class at the Mary Anne Claro Talent Agency in Philadelphia. Shortly thereafter, he was cast as mobster Phil Leonetti in the History Channel production of The Mouthpiece: Voice for the Accused. This led to a detective role in the Japanese television series Astonishing News! – The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping.
An articulate and poised man with strong comedic timing, he continued his involvement in acting through parts in local theater productions. He played an undertaker in “I Never Sang for My Father”, and also performed in “All in the Timing”, both at Barley Sheaf Players. T.J.’s signature role, however, was as George Bailey in a production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” at Footlighters Theater.
More recently, T.J. has appeared in two ABC television episodes of Philadelphia: The Great Experiment, an historical timepiece highlighting the significant events that contributed to the birth of America. Two web commercials, one of which T.J. does the voice over for, are currently in post-production.