Tim was raised in Chicago and New Jersey and currently resides on a farm in Michigan.. When he isn't acting on a movie set, television commercial or stage, you might find him teaching windsurfing lessons at the Northwestern University Sailing Center or chopping firewood.
After playing Charlie Brown in a play at St. Hilary's grammar school in Chicago, he took a 3-decade hiatus and is now making up for lost time. You've seen Tim if you've enjoyed a dinner murder mystery at Ann Sathers, or taken in Animals and Plants by Adam Rapp at Gorilla Tango theater in Chicago.
In "And the Pursuit of Happiness" (2004) by FireEscape Films, Krueger portrayed Adam Fastert, the freaky congressman. 2005 Sundance attendees saw Tim play the dad in "Divorce Lemonade". Also in 2005, NY International Film Festival patrons saw Krueger play Tom, the boss in "Caged". Krueger was the lead in the award winning short film "The Institution" in 2006, where he portrayed both Professor Camden and Parson Green, the psychotic killer. Again the psycho killer, Krueger was Tad Marcellus in "No One" in 2007.
2008 Chicago International Film Festival featured "They Can Sleep" with Tim as the pistol-whipping intruder. In "Batman: The Dark Night" when the Joker threatens Senator Leahy at knife-point, Tim's head appears to float between them. He earned his first SAG waiver working on The Devil Wears Prada in NY.
You can find Tim on TV where he played a defense lawyer on the History channel, a fire inspector on the Discovery channel, a detective in "Grave Justice" on TruTV, and Lead Detective Tym Burkee in an episode of "Under Cover" on Investigation Discovery, all products of Chicago based Towers Productions. Tim was also a secret service agent in several episodes of Prison Break.
Tim worked opposite Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage (Myth Busters) in an industrial for Insinkerator Corporation. Of his several TV commercials, the most visible is for Legal Helpers where Tim is the iron pumping gym rat who says "bankruptcy will ruin my credit".