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Timothy Olyphant to Sign for SWAU!

Timothy Olyphant to Sign for SWAU!

SWAU is pleased to announce an exclusive autograph signing with Timothy Olyphant!

We will have photos, Funko Pops, and posters available to preorder, all of which will include our SWAU hologram to ensure authenticity. We will also be offering our full send-in service, and will accept items throughout Tim’s career to be signed. Send-in items are eligible for Beckett Witness Authentication. Extremely limited personalization, quote and character name options are available.

Autographs will go on sale TODAY at 2:00 PM EST only at!

About Timothy

With an expansive list of diverse film and television credits, Emmy Award nominated Timothy Olyphant is known for his poignant roles in both comedies and dramas.

Tim just wrapped David O. Russell’s new star-studded project, following an exciting role in Ted Melfi’s The Starling. He most recently appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie. He was also prominently seen in Noah Hawley’s hit FX series, Fargo, Jon Favreau’s The Mandalorian, and a great comedic turn in Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Olyphant executive produced and starred in Netflix’s dark comedy Santa Clarita Diet created by Victor Fresco. He and Drew Barrymore played husband and wife realtors who lived in the Los Angeles Suburb of Santa Clarita. The couple face a series of obstacles when “Sheila” (Barrymore) has a physical transformation into a zombie and starts craving human flesh. As Joel (Olyphant) and the family try to help Sheila through her transformation, they have to deal with neighbors, cultural norms, and get to the bottom of a potentially mythological mystery.

Olyphant voiced the villain “Willard Stenk” in Laika Entertainment’s Missing Link. Hugh Jackman, Zoe Saldana, and Zach Galifinakis also lent their voices to the film. The film follows “Mr. Link” (Galifinakis) who, tired of living a solitary life in the Pacific Northwest, recruits earless explorer Sir Lionel Frost (Jackman) to guide him on a journey to find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La.

Nearly 13 years after HBO’s acclaimed drama Deadwood from David Milch concluded in 2006, Olyphant returns to the character of “Sheriff Seth Bullock” for Deadwood: The Movie. The film premiered on HBO on May 31, 2019 and follows the 10-year reunions of the camp to celebrate South Dakota’s statehood. Ian McShane, Molly Parker, Paula Malcomson, John Hawkes, Anna Gunn, Dayton Callie, Brad Dourif, Robin Weigert, William Sanderson, Kim Dickens, and Gerald McRaney return as well.

In 2016, Olyphant returned to the theater in New York where he began his career 25 years earlier with Kenneth Lonergan’s Hold on to Me Darling at the Atlantic Theater Company. In the same year, Olyphant also appeared in Gary Marshall’s ensemble cast for Mother’s Day and was seen in Oliver Stone’s Snowden starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.In 2015, Olyphant returned to television in a recurring guest-star role playing a fictionalized version of himself on FOX’s The Grinder, starring Rob Lowe. He won a Critics Choice Award for “Best Guest Actor/Actress in a Comedy Series.”

In Spring 2014, Olyphant completed his sixth and final season portraying “US Marshall Raylan Givens” a modern day 19th century stile lawman on FX’s Justified. He was an executive producer on the show alongside Graham Yost. Olyphant earned an Emmy nomination as Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 2011 for the role and was nominated for a Critics Choice Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal from 2011 – 2016. In September 2014, Olyphant appeared as “Horry Callen” in director Shawn Levy’s film This is Where I Leave You. The film adapted from the bestselling novel by Jonathan Tropper, included an ensemble cast of Jane Fonda, Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Rose Byrne, Corey Stoll, and Kathryn Hahn. Demonstrating his penchant for comedy, Olyphant also recurred as a guest star on the 7th season of NBC’s hit comedy series, The Office. He portrayed “Danny Cordray,” a rival paper salesman, and an ex-boyfriend of “Pam,” who steals clients from Dundler Mifflin.

In 2011, Olyphant was seen in DJ Caruso’s adaptation of James Frey’s novel I Am Number Four, playing the guardian to the title character, “Number Four,” (Alex Pettyfer). He also voiced the role of “The Spirit of the West” in Paramount Pictures’ animated film Rango for director Gore Verbinski.

In 2009, Olyphant starred as the town sheriff in Breck Eisner’s remake of the horror classic The Crazies, which revolves around a small town beset by death and insanity after a plane crash lets loose a secret biological weapon into the water supply. Olyphant also starred in Gary Yates’ independent film High Life, a comedy about four hapless junkies who plan to rob a bank. The film won Best Canadian Feature at the 2009 Calgary International Film Festival. Also in 2009, Olyphant played the lead in David Twohy’s action-adventure thriller A Perfect Getaway for Relativity Media, starring opposite Steve Zahn and Milla Jovovich.

In June 2007, Olyphant starred as the villain “Thomas Gabriel” opposite Bruce Willis in director Len Weisman’s Live Free or Die Hard. He followed this performance in November with “Agent 47,” a genetically engineered elite assassin, in 20th Century Fox’s Hitman.

In 2004, Olyphant co-starred with Elisha Cuthbert and Emile Hirsch in 20th Century Fox’s The Girl Next Door. Olyphant brilliantly portrayed “Kelly,” the porn producer and ex-boyfriend of “Danielle” (Cuthbert), who tries to convince her to come back to the business. Olyphant also starred in Doug Liman’s Go, playing the role of “Todd,” a drug dealer being double-crossed by “Ronna” (Sarah Polley) and “Claire” (Katie Holmes).

Olyphant’s other film credits includes GreeneStreet Films’ independent feature Meet Bill, which he co-starred opposite Aaron Eckhardt and Jessica Alba, the romantic comedy Catch and Release, which he starred in opposite Jennifer Garner, and the film adaptation of Stephen King’s bestselling novel, Dreamcatcher. Olyphant also appeared in Warner Bros.’ Rockstar, Disney’s Gone in 60 Seconds, and New Line Cinema’s A Man Apart, Scream 2, and A Life Less Ordinary.

Olyphant also enjoyed a prominent arc on FX’s award-winning series Damages and guest appearances on popular shows such as The Mindy Project, The League, Archer, My Name is Earl, Samantha Who?, and Sex and The City. He first garnered critical notice for his powerful portrayal of the tough, honorable, natural born-leader “Sheriff Seth Bullock” in HBO’s Deadwood. The groundbreaking series was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild for Best Ensemble for the third season.

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