TIM BALME plays MIKE, whose God-like power is derived from ULLR, the God of skill, hunt and duel.
As the eldest Johnson brother, Mike has been the de facto father since he was 21 and has brought up his younger brothers in the absence of both parents.
Having been freed of the shackles of his marriage, Mike is overcompensating wildly in his manly task of making up for lost time.
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About Tim Balme
In addition to his role as Mike, Tim Balme also worked as a storyliner and scriptwriter on the first and second series THE ALMIGHTY JOHNSONS.
Currently Head of Development at South Pacific Pictures, Tim Balme has a long involvement with the company, both as a writer and as an actor.
Tim recently starred in a recurring role on South Pacific Pictures’ hit drama series Nothing Trivial and wrote the screenplay for Stolen, a one-off telefeature for TV3 shot in early 2010.
From 2006 he worked as a storyliner and script writer on five series of Outrageous Fortune and in series six appeared in an explosive guest role.
In 2010 Tim also took to the stage as James K. Baxter in an Auckland Theatre Company production of Horseplay. The play was directed by THE ALMIGHTY JOHNSONS Producer, Simon Bennett and co-starred John Leigh.
Tim previously worked as a writer on the police drama series Interrogation, wrote a number of his own screenplays and also penned the acclaimed one-man play The Ballad of Jimmy Costello.
As an actor, Tim made his big screen debut as the lead actor in Peter Jackson’s Braindead and went on to a number of high profile television roles including South Pacific Pictures’ Shortland Street, Mercy Peak and Maddigan’s Quest. He has won many awards for his performances on stage and screen.