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Timothy Simons goes from ‘Veep’ to a new campaign: Golf-betting podcaster

Celebrities are no strangers to esoteric hobbies. John Lennon was big into stamps. Tom Hanks collects old typewriters. Rod Stewart and Neil Young are model-train enthusiasts. Timothy Simons, who played Jonah Ryan on HBO’s “Veep” for seven seasons between 2012 and 2019, likes to golf, which hardly is unusual. But he’s also an avid golf bettor and daily fantasy sports player, so much that he is the occasional co-host of the Cut Maker podcast, which dispenses golf betting and DFS advice to other like-minded fans of the small but growing segment of the sports gambling community.
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Dickinson Sneak Peek: Timothy Simons Gets His Hands Dirty as Central Park Designer Frederick Law Olmsted

Emily Dickinson needs to get back in touch with nature — and Veep‘s Timothy Simons is here to help. TVLine has an exclusive first look at this week’s Dickinson (airing Friday, Jan. 15 on Apple TV+), with Simons guest-starring as famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed New York City’s Central Park, among others. In the clip below, Austin excitedly introduces his father and Emily to Olmsted, and Emily recognizes him as the man who’s designing the park in the middle of Manhattan. When she asks what he plans to call it, he replies, “Oh, I’m thinking Central Park.” (“It’s good. It’s not great,” Emily’s father concludes.)
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