American actor and filmmaker Timothy Hutton first rose to prominence when he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor at the age of 20, thereby becoming the youngest male actor and one among the few debutants to receive the honour. Hutton started out on television, appearing in shows like Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color and Friendly Fire prior to making his feature film debut in Ordinary People (1980). Following his Oscar win, the actor starred in popular movies like Taps (1981), The Falcon and the Snowman (1985) and Made in Heaven (1987) and subsequently made his directorial debut in 1998 with the drama Digging to China. Parallel to his film career, Hutton has also starred in a number of television shows, notably A Nero Wolfe Mystery, Leverage and American Crime. Other significant movie credits include French Kiss (1995), Secret Window (2004), The Good Shepherd (2006), Lymelife (2008) and the crime thriller All the Money in the World (2017).