|Tuc Watkins Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 2 in|
|Date of Birth||September 2, 1966|
Tuc Watkins is an American actor, voiceover artist, and producer who is best known for his roles as David Vickers on One Life to Live and Bob Hunter on Desperate Housewives. In addition to that, he has also been cast in movies and shows like The Good Shepherd, Can’t Stop Dancing, Baywatch, Melrose Place, General Hospital, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, All My Children, Parks and Recreation, Awkward, Black Monday, Where the Bears Are, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Charles Curtis Watkins III
Kansas City, Kansas, United States
He divides his time among-
- Los Angeles, California, United States
- Kansas City, Kansas, United States
- New York, United States
Tuc Watkins studied at Parkway West High School and later attended Indiana University. He majored in communications with a triple minor in theater, psychology, and French.
Actor, Voiceover Artist, Producer
- Father – Charles Curtis Watkins II (Salesman)
- Mother – She has been a photographer.
- Siblings – Courtney (Younger Sister)
Tuc Watkins is represented by Stone Manners Salners Agency, Talent and Literary Agency, Los Angeles, California, United States.
6 ft 2 in or 188 cm
80 kg or 176.5 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Tuc Watkins has dated –
- Andrew Rannells (2019-Present)
Note – He fathers twin sons, Catchen and Curtis, which he had via a surrogate named Melissa in December 2012.
Race / Ethnicity
Salt and Pepper
On April 26, 2013, he came out as gay in an interview on Marie with Marie Osmond.
- Tall stature
- Deep-set eyes
He has appeared in TV commercials for U.S. Navy, Snickers, and Miller Beer.
Tuc Watkins Facts
- He was raised in Shawnee Mission, Kansas.
- In 2013, he made his TV show debut as a voiceover artist by providing vocals to the character of Butcher in an episode titled Turkey in a Can of the adult animated sitcom, Bob’s Burgers.
- Tuc Watkins was cast as Hank in the 2018 Broadway production of the play The Boys in The Band.
- He appeared as Congressman Roger Harris in the period dark comedy television series, Black Monday, in 2020.
Featured Image by Tuc Watkins / Instagram