Tilky Montgomery Jones stars in "Nashville" on ABC in the recurring role of Sean Butler.

Tilky Montgomery Jones was born in Charleston, South Carolina. Three years later he relocated with his parents and brother to Vero Beach, Florida, where he was raised.

At 11 years old, Tilky went with a neighborhood friend to an audition for a local play and fell in love with theater. Soon after he began appearing in Equity plays and print advertisements. At 13 he became the youngest person ever accepted
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into the Broadway Theater Project Apprenticeship under Seth Riggs, Anne Reinking, Treat Williams and other acting greats. Within months of starting auditions, Tilky booked his first commercial at 13 — an international television spot for Nerf for which he became a SAG actor.

Tilky started exploring music at 14 when he joined the band "User Friendly" as a drummer and eventually became the group's lead singer. His vocals and writing skills ventured into musical theater while continuing to book films and commercials. At 15, he was presented with a life-changing opportunity when the band Take 5 approached him to complete the group as its fifth member. He dropped everything to join Take 5 and began working diligently with the other members on an album and worldwide tour. In 1999, Take 5 recorded an album to be released in the U.S. The group worked with various writers and super-producers such as DiLite Allenby, Timbaland, and Missy Misdemeanor Elliot. The album was released and its single was climbing the Billboard charts, but in 2000 the group disbanded due to an internal conflict caused by management.

Tilky has guest-starred in various recurring roles on television shows such as "Dawson's Creek" and "One Tree Hill," and can be seen in numerous films in supporting roles such as "Never Back Down," starring Dijmon Hounsou, "The Guardian," starring Ashton Kutcher and Keven Costner, and "Every Day," starring Helen Hunt and Live Schreiber. Other credits include independent films, such as "Thank God for You Charlie," and "Single Ladies," the first ever scripted series on VH1.

Based in Los Angeles, Tilky continues to act, sing and produce.

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Age: 35 years old
Birthday: June 24, 1981
Height: 6' 3"
Nickname: Tilk
Full Name / Real Name: Tilky Montgomery Jones
Birthplace: Charleston, SC
Hometown: Vero Beach, FL

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