- Dr. Jack Hodgins
Originally from Boston, MA, TJ Thyne landed several lead roles at a young age in theater productions around the
country, including "The Secret Garden" at the Dallas Theatre Center and the off-Broadway production of "Van Gogh"
at New York's Mint Theater Company.
Thyne studied acting with teachers throughout the United States and British Columbia. He graduated from the USC
School of Theater, where he received his BFA in Acting. Soon thereafter, he landed over 50 guest-star and
recurring roles on television shows including "Friends," "Cold Case," "Boston Legal," "Nip/Tuck," "CSI: NY,"
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "Huff," "The O.C." and "24."
In 2002, Thyne founded Theatre Junkies Productions, which produces theater in the Los Angeles area as well as
short films. The Theatre Junkies' short film "Validation," starring Thyne, played in film festivals around the
world and has won several "best comedy short" and "audience choice" awards.
Thyne completed two independent film projects, "The Pardon" with Jamie King and "Ball Don't Lie" with Rosanna
Arquette and Ludacris. Feature film credits include the roles of "Stu Lou Who" in "How the Grinch Stole
Christmas" with Jim Carrey, the young lawyer "David Foil" in "Erin Brockovich" with Julia Roberts, and "Gerald"
in "How High" with Method Man and Redman. He has also appeared in "Something's Gotta Give," "What Women Want,"
"Edtv" and "Ghost World."
Thyne currently lives in Los Angeles.