Tim Chey is a well-respected philanthropist, film producer/director of 12 films with two Academy-Award winning actors.
Chey is also one of the top faith-based producer/directors in the U.S. of over 12 feature films, including ‘David and Goliath’ (Jerry Sokolosky), ‘The Genius Club’ (Tom Sizemore, Stephen Baldwin) ‘Suing the Devil’ (Malcolm McDowell, Tom Sizemore, Corbin Bernsen), ‘Freedom’ (Cuba Gooding, Jr., Sharon Leal, William Sadler), Fakin’ Da Funk (Pam Grier, Bo Jackson, Ernie Hudson), “Slamma Jamma” (Michael Irvin, Jose Canseco), and ‘The Islands’ (John Savage, Mira Sorvino).
His latest film, 'The Islands' hits theaters nationwide in 2019.
Chey has made guest appearances on Fox Morning News, NBC, TBN, and other national TV shows. His work has been disseminated in the Wall Street Journal, NY Times, LA Times, Roger Ebert, CNN, ABC Family, Lifetime, USA Networks, TRU, History Channel, and over 100 more media outlets.
He was educated at Harvard and USC. He practices pro bono law and consumer advocacy law. He's married with two children and lives in Los Angeles.