Conway attended Chagrin Falls High School and then Bowling Green State University, where he studied television and radio and showcased his unique sense of humor as a disc jockey. After graduating in 1956, he spent two years in the U.S. Army.
He is the only child of European immigrants whosefather Dan, was from Ireland and worked as horseman and mom Sophie from Romania Conway moved often as his parents struggled to make ends meet during the Great Depression.There no records of his relatives but will soon be updated.
Conway was married to Mary Anne Dalton from 1961 to 1978, and has been with his second wife, Charlene Fusco, since 1984. Of his seven children, Tim Jr. became an actor before earning prominence as a radio talk show host in Southern California.
Out of his two marriages, Tim has been blessed with seven children consisting of two daughters namely Kelly Conway and Jackie Conway and five sons namely Corey, Jaime, Tim jr, Pat and Shawn Conway.
After his discharge from the Army, Conway returned to Cleveland and worked with Ernie Anderson on KYW-TV, an NBC affiliate, in 1958 and 1959.
From 1960 to 1962, he was on WJW-TV on a weekday morning film show, where he also wrote material for the comedic skits shown in between film intermissions.
Conway also recorded a comedy album with Anderson, who himself gained national prominence as a voice over announcer for ABC Television in the 1970s.WJW dismissed Conway in 1962, in part because he misled station management into thinking he had experience as a director.
Because of this move, which deprived Anderson of his co-host and comic foil, the station asked Anderson if he could host a B-grade horror film show on Friday nights instead. Conway continued to make many appearances alongside Anderson’s alter ego Ghoulardi, in addition to “Big Chuck” Schodowski, a station engineer who Anderson got to assume much of Conway’s sidekick status.
After he became famous, Conway resurfaced periodically on Cleveland television on the Hoolihan and Big Chuck and Big Chuck and Lil’ John shows on WJW-TV, in guest spots and occasional skits. Conway has since made regular guest appearances at numerous “Ghoulardifest” functions held by WJW over the years, along with former Cleveland TV personality Bob “Hoolihan” Wells, in tribute to Anderson, who died in 1997..
Net Worth Achievement:
Tim has a net worth of $15 million dollars gained from his acting and comedy skills.