Tim Katchurov graduated from the Academy of Theatre Arts in Toronto and has also studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London England. Since then Tim has performed in many plays as a member of the International Drama Ansemble, and a theatre company Lovers and Madmen under the direction of the Royal Shakespeare Company member Ned Vukovic in such plays as Hamlet at the Canadian Stage Company and Julius Caesar at the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. In 1993 Tim founded the Toronto Theatre Academy where he still teaches and coaches students in the art of drama. With the academy Tim has produced and directed one play per year with his students. Tim has also appeared in a number of films including Drink Tea Outside (main supporting role) which was screened at the Moscow International Film festival and National Film Board of Canada. Most recently, Tim appeared as a host in the television show Garage and as an actor and voice over in documentary “Creating Life on Canvas” screened at the Arts and Letters Club on June 20th 2014.
"Nursery Rhyme of a Madman provides me with the opportunity to demonstrate my skills as an actor on camera in a very challenging role, and to realize this role in all its aspects on screen. Also the great play “Madman and the Nun” by Stanislaw Witkiewicz, which the screenplay is based on, will finally have the opportunity to reach a wider audience."