Tim Robinson stars in "Saturday Night Live" as a featured player, beginning in fall 2012 for its 38th season.

Comedian Tim Robinson hails from Detroit, Michigan, and began studying improv at The Second City Detroit during his senior year of high school. Upon moving to Chicago, he continued performing at The Second City on the Mainstage and in their National Touring Company. He has also performed at the iO Theater in Chicago and at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal.

Robinson resides in New York City and his birthday is May 23.




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Birthday: May 23
Hometown: Detroit, MI
Current Residence: New York, NY


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